RYNTOVT DESIGN - we are trying to create natural, laconic, environmental product with an intellect and feelings.
The beauty of the spring sprout, respecting the life for itself, spirit of the place, wisdom of the forest, love to the earth those are underlying principles of our work, our attitude to the nature and world. The major of all them sounds simply just : Got to go on the earth on the tiptoes.
Ecodesign is an - ecothought, ecolife, ecolove,and all what is united under the name “perceptual” Perceptual thinking, moral confession, the world vision in the whole…
We are all the parts of one entity, which we have to treat with honor and love. it’s all one unite system, where spirit and matters are closely interweaved. And the particular always reflects the general, where the man is united with the world to the very last molecule. According this philosophy Our creative work is based and our meaning content as well as attitude to work are formed. 20 years old experience let us to claim that such ideology has the right to exist. Willingness to live this day in conscious trim(be capable) lets to widen the borders of perception and action.
Architecting interior or subject, we are trying to create natural, laconic, environmental product with an intellect and feelings.
At the heart of each subject there is the culture of production, nature respect, gratitude to the material which gives the possibility to implement our major projects. The product which is the result of our creativity, first of all is an ecoculture bearer and spirituality.
We are feeling gratitude for those, who understand and share our principles, attitude and respect to this incredible world, where is all closely connected and an every action leaves a trace.
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Meter by meter we create new worlds. With trees growing in a living room and lamps in the size of a man. Where the bathroom can be in a glass box and tiles that repeat the form of a bird. We think that things have to amaze. We create art pleasant not only to look at, but also to live in.
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atelier oï - the apparition of emotions and of a contemplative mind frame are part of our creative process and approach.
atelier oï’s creations, always elegant and coherently conceived, express the desire for a harmonic and natural unity. They epitomize a “ po-ethic ” vision of creativity, to bring the individual closer to the elements, to nature, to the material and to emotions.
A rich spectrum of inspiration and different elements support the creative process: music, colours, light, scents and movement. Moreover, there is the possibility of drastically changing a perspective, of making unexpected use of a given shape, of venturing towards the thousands of facets of materials ...
The final purpose being to create a sense of pleasure and “ levitas ” by carefully addressing individual needs. Purist, minimalistic and always skilfully realised according to the most rigorous standards, atelier oï ’screations seduce by arousing emotions, memory, senses and conscience.
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Show us your breakfast and we'll show you your kitchen.
We are the architects focused on your needs.
We start every project by researching what it is you need
and how you live - and we finish with you being happy with the results of our cooperation even 20 years later.
mode:lina™ was founded in Poznań in 2009 by Paweł Garus and Jerzy Woźniak. Both architects were part of Liong Lie/123DV architectural studio in Rotterdam.
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Whilst the Memphis movement in the eighties attracted enormous attention around the world for its energy and flamboyance, Ettore Sottsass was simultaneously assembling a major design consultancy which he named Sottsass Associati. The studio was established in 1980 and gave the possibility to build architecture on a substantial scale as well as to design for large international industries.
Sottsass Associati, primarily an architectural practice, also designed elaborate stores and showrooms for Esprit, identities for Alessi, exhibitions, interiors, consumer electronics in Japan and furniture of all kinds.
The studio was based on the cultural guidance of Ettore Sottsass and the work was conducted by the talent and energy of its associates. Over the years the associates came and went often to open their own studios, these were young architects and designers which included:
Johanna Grawunder, Marco Zanini, Matteo Thun, Aldo Cibic,
Marco Susani, James Irvine, Mike Ryan, Gerry Taylor, Christoph Radl, Mario Milizia and Christopher Redfern.
Sottsass Associati are presently based in London and Milan and continue to sustain the work, philosophy and culture of the studio.
Visit the website: www.sottsass.it
At Liquid Mesh we create tailor-made, world-class architectural visualisations, animations and graphic solutions. We believe in creating brilliant concepts, artistic and accurate architectural renderings using the best available technology.
Our backgrounds in interior, architectural and graphic design allow us to understand and communicate the details required with each project.
Our clients range from international names to niche markets, creating bespoke solutions for each project.
When we get under the skin of a project we challenge the usual, commonplace and average. Our unique combination of creativity, energy and insight ensures that our next piece of work is always the best.
The golden thread that runs through all we do is our belief in building strong and lasting relationships with our clients. It means investing time and effort in making sure we really do understand your project, customers and markets.
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We see ourselves as solution providers, completely immersed in design, with a clear ambition to turn dreams into reality.
Our desire for innovation and pursuit of creative solutions to complex issues helps set out a path that leads to new summits and continued achievement.
Working together as a team comes naturally to us, and we’ve embraced it at every level, from our Co-CEOs to our studios and project teams.
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Exciting, fluid, functional.This is the language that distinguishes Marco Piva’s architectural creations, product design and interior design.
The effort in material research and technology, the value of differentiation, the design innovation, lead the establishment of Studiodada Associates, whose production becomes one of the most representative of the period of Radical Design.
In the ’80s opens Studio Marco Piva, whose work ranges from large projects to architectural interior design, to industrial design. A traveller and a designer, an innovator who is educated in rational approaches, Marco Piva studies and creates design solutions which are pervaded by stylistic freedom and compositional sobriety.
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Georges Mohasseb, thanks to his experimentation of materials and textures, looks always for the best possible and most sensible combinations to execute his designs.
The use of wood is always prominent and remains in many of Georges Mohasseb ’s designs due to its connectivity, liveliness and texture of this material.
Georges has constant search for materiality and immateriality that characterizes his designing approach for a strong identity for all and each project he has developed. Either they are architectural, furniture and/or lighting design projects, Georges’s main concerns is to create a limited number of timeless designs maintaining a high level of craftsmanship and a complex expression of materials through their sensory experience including the color, shape, texture and smell as well.
Georges Mohasseb is born in 05 June 1973 and lives in Beirut, Lebanon. Georges got MA architecture the Catholic University of America Washington DC, USA.
Georges has been working as an architect and designer for sixteen Years. Through his professional experience and intensive workshops.
He mastered wood furniture making techniques prominent in each of his designs. Georges ‘s passion for design has brought him to teach in many renowned academic institutions in Europe and in the U.S.
He recently set up his company and he is working on several projects for Europe and the Middle East.
The Mies Society’s job is to help the visiting public look at and appreciate Mies’ contribution—his bold willingness to break with tradition in order to create something entirely new.
Illinois Institute of Technology.
One of the most influential architects of the twentieth century and director of IIT's College of Architecture for 20 years, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe expressed his modernist vision in the IIT campus, which he designed in the 1940s and 1950s. As the steward of Mies' legacy, IIT is committed to restoring his masterworks.
Enhancing educational programs for our students.
Through the flexible and modular plan created by Mies, his buildings transform to meet the needs of current students by providing opportunities for collaboration and interdisciplinary partnerships as well as supporting IIT's unique new educational programs.
Reinforcing Chicago's international reputation for architectural distinction.
Chicago has a rich architectural history and continues to be at the forefront of architecture and design. Along with such masterpieces as Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and SOM's Willis Tower, the IIT campus exemplifies the city's world-class architecture. The IIT campus is a showcase for the design solutions that Mies and his followers pioneered - solutions that transformed the city spaces and skylines of the world. Architecture and design enthusiasts come from across the globe to see the historic campus and bold new buildings by Rem Koolhaas and Helmut Jahn.
About Mies van der Rohe
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969), a German-born architect and educator, is widely acknowledged as one of the 20th century's greatest architects. By emphasizing open space and revealing the industrial materials used in construction, he helped define modern architecture.
Our built environment is meant to be lived in. Mies' buildings, beyond merely affecting our lives, endow them with greater significance and beauty. His buildings radiate the confidence, rationality, and elegance of their creator and, free of ornamentation and excess, confess the essential elements of our lives. In our time, where there is no limit to excess, Mies' reductionist approach is as pertinent as ever. As we reduce the distractions and focus on the essential elements of our environment and ourselves, we find they are great, intricate, and beautiful. Less is more.
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