11 July 2007
09 July 2007
05 July 2007
03 July 2007
Katia R.Glossmann and Xavier Tutó
Stoefchen | 2006
Material: metallic facets.
Stoefchen combines light and use with its facets form that allows to warm up plates, teapots...being able to confuse like a table lamp.
Slices | 2007
Material: plywood with graphic applications.
Award: 2nd Prize Manacor Design Competition | 2007 Majorca, Spain.
A chair with graphic applications in plywood layers, an interpretation of ornamental wood engravings, proposing a present solution with fragments of history.
Event: Spazio Aperti 05 at the Romanian Academy in Rome
Material: LED bicycle lights
Presented by Beijing Youth Weekly at the Ke Center For Contemporary Art, Shanghai
Curated by Whitescape Foundation
Material: Water, Steel and Plastic
02 July 2007
29 June 2007
Amy Sun. MIT Center for Bits and Atoms. Boston
Tomas Diéz. Fab Lab. Barcelona
Victor Vina. Fab Lab. Barcelona
1.Thomas Tsang. Architecture. Italy
2.Marco Ricci. Architecture. Italy
3.Katia R.Glossmann. Industrial design. Barcelona
4.Xavier Tutó. Industrial design. Barcelona
5.Raquel Asensio. Industrial design. Barcelona.
6.Albert Morera. Industrial design. Barcelona
7.Guillermo Oriol. Industrial design. Barcelona
8.Emmanouil Zaroukas. Architecture. Greece
9.Chrysokona Mavrou. Architecture. Greece
10.Vasileios Ntovros. Architecture. Greece
11.Daniel Ibañez. Architecture. Madrid
New workshop at Fab Lab Bcn in collaboration with MIT
July 2-6, 2007
Amy Sun from MIT Center for Bits and Atoms will be in Fab Lab Bcn to run the workshop '4x8', creating objects from a 4x8 feet sheet of plywood. The entries will aim to achieve excellence through the development of creative concepts, researching innovative digital fabrication processes and adding intelligence and interactivity through the application of sensors, actuators and microcontrollers.
All entries will be displayed and judged at a special exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
10-15 participants: product designers, interaction designers, architects, and other creative minds.