Hide and Seek ist die erste größere Soloausstellung des niederländischen Designers Maarten Baas (*1978). Baas ist einer der einflussreichsten Designer des frühen 21. Jahrhunderts. Seine konzeptuellen, humorvollen, rebellischen und theatralischen Arbeiten oszillieren an den Schnittpunkten von Kunst und Design. Es werden Stücke aus seiner ‘Clay-Collection’-Kollektion und ‘Grandfather Clock’ sowie seiner Abschlussarbeit ‘Smoke gezeigt, die ihm […]

Die Preisverleihungen mit der Präsentation der Preisträger­ zum Neunten und Zehnten Gebot ­ finden am 26. Mai 2017 bzw. 27. Oktober 2017 im Martin-Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstraße 7, 10963 Berlin, statt. DEKALOG ist ein Projekt der Guardini Stiftung und der Stiftung St. Matthäus im Rahmen der Initiative LUTHER 2017 – 500 JAHRE REFORMATION der Evangelischen Kirche in […]

This exhibition presents more than 4.000 unpublished sketches and realized design creations by Philippe Starck. The exhibition also includes 30 of some of the most iconic objects he has designed, including his bathroom tap AXOR Starck Organic. “Starck, who defines himself as a ‘naïve utopist,’ transports us to the heart of his creative process through […]

DANISH DESIGN NOW presents a rich selection from a wide spectrum of contemporary Danish design. You will see furniture, product design, graphic design, fashion and design for public spaces. Everything has been designed in the 21st century by talented and influential Danish designers. The exhibition includes “superobjects” within the crafts of ceramics, glass, and jewelry […]

Join us for an exciting trip through the history of fashion and fabric, from peasant-style lace and silk embroidery to Haute Couture. You can experience everything from rococo dresses from the 1700s to Holger Blom creations in silk taffeta, a sea of quirky and refined accessories, contemporary Danish fashion stars like Anne-Sofie Madsen and Henrik […]

“Designed in California” is the new “Made in Italy”. While California’s mid-century modernism is well documented, this is the first exhibition to examine its current global reach. Picking up the story in the 1960s, the exhibition charts the journey from the counterculture to Silicon Valley’s tech culture. http://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/california-designing-freedom