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Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1

Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1

Next week during the Milan Design Week Henzel Studio will preview an edited display of Henzel Studio Collaborations Volume #1, an exclusive collection of art rugs realized in close collaboration with twelve artists, including some of the most prominent and influential names in the contemporary art world. For fifteen years, Henzel Studio has created luxury handmade...
Hövding - the airbag for cyclists

Hövding – the airbag for cyclists

The talented people behind Hövding – the airbag for cyclists – have just made a nice short film about why cycle helmets are far from as safe as we think they are. The film highlights the gap between traditional cycle helmets and the new, radically different alternative, that is Hövding.
Wallpapers by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Engblad & Co

Wallpapers by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Engblad & Co

Our editor-in-chief David Carlson has for some time been working as acting group design director for WallVision. WallVision runs a number of Swedish and international premium wallpaper brands. One of David’s tasks has been to raise the wallpaper category to be more top-of-mind when it comes to design and architecture. In conjunction with the Milan Design...
DesignWright unveils new digital typeface

DesignWright unveils new digital typeface

British design firm DesignWright has created a new digital typeface for the 21st Century. The typeface is used in Script, which is a series of digital time pieces designed by Adrian and Jeremy Wright for Lexon. Since the seventies, the seven segment display has been the standard for any electrical product that displays numbers –...
Case studies by Benjamin Hubert

Case studies by Benjamin Hubert

Benjamin Hubert is according to David Report among the top industrial designers in the world. For a long time we have been attracted by Benjamin Huberts’ use of innovation in materials to meet human needs. Especially how he can work with technology without ending up in abstract technological solutions. We actually helped Benjamin with some words for...
Four Key Trends for Summer

Four Key Trends for Summer

Now that it’s finally spring, and temperatures are slowly, but surely rising, many of us are anticipating breaking out our spring and summer clothes. There’s something liberating mentally, as well as physically, about that first day of spring when you don’t need to wear your winter coat. Spring also means, of course, a new set...
David Carlson to present at Singapore Design Week

David Carlson to present at Singapore Design Week

David Carlson, editor-in-chief of David Report, will be involved in the upcoming Singapore Design Week, taking place March 10–16. Together with Tim Power and Claudio Colucci David will present at the Furniture Design Forum arranged by SingaPlural. The forum aims to encourage a cultural exchange of ideas, inspiration and instill a spirit of entrepreneurship among designers in Asia...
Jonas Dahlberg selected for July 22 Memorial Sites

Jonas Dahlberg selected for July 22 Memorial Sites

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg has been selected for July 22 Memorial Sites. KORO/Public Art Norway announced today that they have elected the Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg as winner of the competition ”Memorial sites after 22 July”. Jonas Dahlberg’s concept is based on the site at Sørbråten, with a good view towards Utøya. He proposes a...
Highway to hell

Highway to hell

The designer duo Studio Job are continuing their collaboration with the fashion brand Viktor & Rolf. For the show in Paris Studio Job transformed the catwalk into a grey tarmac road complete with white traffic markings and street lights.  
Sharp gastronomic vision, humour and interaction

Sharp gastronomic vision, humour and interaction

Sharp gastronomic vision, humour and interaction are elements that drive the dynamic food experiences created by Bo Lindegaard and Lasse Askov, the pioneering chefs behind the Copenhagen food agency I’m a KOMBO. Previously, they have challenged the concept of dining by collaborating with various creative industries and developed concepts with Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola, Cuban...
BAUX - functional and beautiful building materials

BAUX – functional and beautiful building materials

Träullit by Form Us With Love is the first product from the new Swedish brand BAUX which is founded on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful. The Träullit collection is in a number of vibrant colours and combines sound absorption with a natural capacity for heat and moisture regulation....