Dsignedby Says Ciao to Milano Design week with Obranch and Table T
Leading design house on OLED and LED combined designs, dsignedby will be exhibiting at Nhow hotel (Address: Via Tortona, 35, 20144 Milan, Italy) lobby during the Tortona Around Design week April 8-13th . Coming from the deep roots of architectural design, architect and designer Irena Kilibarda has mastered the art of combining the simplicity with classic touches and added the high tech OLED lighting tiles in her designs. With its international success, dsignedby design company will say “ciao” to Milano design week for the 4th time with the following products.
Glenda Lopez S/S14 “The Fancy Popcorn” (Valencia, Spain)
Jewelry designer Glenda Lopez launches her new collection S/S14 “The Fancy Popcorn” in which four enamelled colours merge with gold plated pieces. The Fancy Popcorn is a sweet evocaction to childhood, a fantasy of delicate delicious flavours, elevated to their highest level, the most exquisite, Jewels. All this within an extraodinary fantasy setting, which incorporates a world where the impossible becomes possible, popcorn is converted to jewelry. A dosis of pure sweetness in small delicate pieces, but extremely appetising.
The Tokyo Designers Week is going to presents Tokyo creativity and technology in design, art, avant-garde fashion, music, media art and sushi. Organized by NPO Design Association (Japan), it will connect with more than 60 DESIGN WEEKs in the world, starting from this year’s exhibition in Milan. Under the theme of “TOKYO IMAGINE”, this exhibition will be comprised of various contents expressing Tokyo. The contents include “Oh! Furoshiki Exhibition”, “Ito Jakuchu Inspired Exhibition”, “Things for Japanese Food”, “TOKYO CREATIVE Exhibition” by Japanese companies “TOKYO CREATORS Exhibition” by professional designers, and “SUSHI POWER PARTY”.
"The package design of food or groceries in general is supposed to appeal to different senses than that for tools or fashion. Every brand we develop and design depends on its basic idea, so in the first place you shouldn’t divide things into different categories – you never know what will be your final solution."
“I think that food design unites viewers in a shared experience, elevates the substance above mere consumption and elicits smell, touch and taste without asking the user to directly utilise those senses. I try to use it symbolically, so that it maintains legibility to viewers and realistically to appeal to culinary appreciators.”
Yale University School of Art: In Black and Gold (New Haven, USA)
An unique collection of various typefaces and design elements has been an ongoing project for the Yale University Art Gallery, and it provides tremendous inspiration for students and visitors alike each season.