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The Invisible Store of Happiness at Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 - an insight

The Invisible Store of Happiness at Clerkenwell Design Week 2015 - an insight

A Conversation with Laura Ellen Bacon & Sebastian Cox | The Invisible Store of Happiness, Clerkenwell Design Week 2015

Differences in approach: A Conversation with Laura Ellen Bacon & Sebastian Cox

Rotunda Serotina for Wallpaper* Handmade 2015

Rotunda Serotina for Wallpaper* Handmade 2015

'Paul's Shed' by Nathalie de Leval with Paul Smith, The Wish List, LDF 2014

In a collaboration between AHEC and Benchmark for London Design Festival, Paul Smith commissions Nathalie de Leval to create 'Paul's Shed'; a shed made out o.

Apex Tables by Hunting and Narud @cdwfestival

Apex Tables by Hunting and Narud

Runcible by Mathias Hahn. Made out of American hard maple #design

Runcible by Mathias Hahn. Made out of American hard maple

Shift Series by Ed Swan @cdwfestival #wood #design

Shift Series by Ed Swan

Claroscuro by Liliana Ovalle @cdwfestival @piedrita #design #wood

Claroscuro consists of two benches assembled from linear arrangements of tulipwood battens to explore the contrast between shade, light and form.

»Timber Wave«  For the 2011 London Design Festival, the American Hardwood Export Council asked Amanda Levete Architects to design a temporary installation at the entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum. The idea was to use American red oak to create a giant piece of furniture that would extend the museum into the public realm. The annual London Design Festival creates a platform for designers to explore materials in new ways.    Architects: AL_A (Amanda Levete Architects), London

A remarkable collaboration between AHEC, AL_A, Arup and Cowley Timberwork, the 'Timber Wave' is an investigation of just how far the technology of designing in wood can be pushed.


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