The Last London Salon by Ineke Hans: Furniture & The Future
16 September—24 September 2017
As part of the pop-up programme, curated by Jane Withers for The Brompton Design District, Ineke Hans presents The Last London Salon, the conclusion of her two-year long Salon Projects, investigating new perspectives for design through events and discussions. These projects show an interesting case study of issues and topics that define the status quo of furniture design, design in general and the position of the designer in 2016-17. They also contain interesting facts for the future.
Max Lamb’s Marmoreal chair has been selected as part of this collection of visionary objects, projects and strategies that aim to inspire in future directions for furniture design.
Other designers and writers that participated in the salons include: Nina Tolstrup, Industrial Facility, Frank Kolkman, Opendesk, Pearsonlloyd, Piet Hein Eek, Martino Gamper, Marjan van Aubel, Benjamin Hubert, Michael Marriott, Anne van der Zwaag, John Thackara, Ineke Hans, Richard Vijgen, James Shaw, Isokon and Micaella Pedros. Exhibition design by Paula Arntzen.
Souvenirs: New New York Icons
We’re proud to support Storefront for Art and Architecture in their exhibition, Souvenirs: New New York Icons.
The second iteration of Storefront’s model show, commissions 59+ objects that redefine New York’s iconic imagery. Inspired by each of the city’s Community Districts, more than 59 artists, architects, and designers have reimagined the referential images that constitute the global perception of the city, proposing new understandings of the urban experience. The exhibition design by Mos Architects features unfinished slabs of our Marmoreal black designed by Max Lamb.
Exhibit Columbus with Formafantasma
Dzek is pleased to be participating in the inaugural Exhibit Columbus exhibition series with Formafantasma.
Exhibit Columbus is an annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community that alternates programming between symposium and exhibition years. With the inaugural symposium having taken place in autumn 2016 and its first exhibition coming this autumn, Exhibit Columbus seeks to celebrate Columbus’ design heritage, while making it relevant to new audiences.
2017 AD Great Design Awards
Architectural Digest has awarded Dzek a Great Design Award 2017 for the Max Lamb designed, Marmoreal Black. The award is also connected to the magazine’s coverage of great bathroom design and includes the RP Miller designed Marmoreal bathroom which can be seen here in our case studies.
Makers & Brothers Collaboration
We are very pleased to continue our Makers & Brothers collaboration with a new Marmoreal black board. Skilfully cut and honed, these boards are perfect on the dining table and are available exclusively on the Makers & Brothers website.
Alix Browne from W Magazine recently revealed the top 10 items on her Christmas wish list and had this to say about Marmoreal:
“If Santa really loved me, he’d drop the British designer Max Lamb down my chimney to do over my entire bathroom in Marmoreal. But I am willing to settle for Lamb’s cool Marmoreal cutting board.”
Möbel und Architektur
Marmoreal By Max Lamb X Dzek
16 September - 13 November
AM MA Möbel + Architektur
Potsdamer Str. 77
Dzek will be exhibiting Marmoreal by Max Lamb in Berlin design arbiter, Andreas Murkudis’s new furniture and architecture outpost.
Swiss Institute Annual
Architecture and Design Series:
Second Edition, Pavillion de L’Esprit Nouveau: A 21st Century Show Home,
Curated by Felix Burrichter
September 24–November 8, 2015
Swiss Institute / CONTEMPORARY ART
18 Wooster Street
New York NY 10013
We are delighted to be a part of the Swiss Institute’s 2nd Edition of its Annual Architecture and Design Series entitled PAVILLON DE L’ESPRIT NOUVEAU: A 21st Century Show Home. Curated by Felix Burrichter, the editor and creative director of award-winning architecture and design magazine PIN–UP, the exhibition channels the visionary irreverence of Le Corbusier for a 21st century take on domesticity.
When Swiss-born architect Le Corbusier participated in the 1925 Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, his contribution – the original Pavillon de l’Esprit Nouveau – caused an uproar among the fair’s organizers. In a commercial trade show intended to facilitate the promotion of the Art Déco style, his aesthetic was dismissed as antithetical. In retrospect, however, Le Corbusier’s Pavillon de L’Esprit Nouveau acted as a manifesto that introduced revolutionary design concepts, such as building standardization, mass-production as it applies to furnishings and interiors, and the mechanization of the home. These ideas would resonate for decades to come, largely influencing post-war housing schemes and décor throughout the rest of the 20th century.
In homage to the original Pavillon de l’Esprit Nouveau, Burrichter’s exhibition acts as a conceptual show home for the 21st century. Ninety years after the original debuted in Paris, this contemporary PAVILLON DE L’ESPRIT NOUVEAU explores new modes of domesticity, as well as innovation in furniture design, where craft co-exists with computational expertise. The exhibition features over 30 international designers and artists, most of whom are participating with specially commissioned works. All featured pieces bear key elements in either fabrication or material that highlight industrial progress made in the last 15 years such as laser-cutting, 3D-printing, advanced LED-technology, non-woven textiles, and ultra-light carbon-fiber.
In addition to serving as a platform for new design, PAVILLON DE L’ESPRIT NOUVEAU is also an interactive, architectural experience. Divided into softly delineated zones, each increasing in levels of privacy, the exhibition design by architect and artist Shawn Maximo makes use of digital rendering technology and Chroma key compositing. The 21st century show home incorporates scenarios of different domestic environments, exploring the blurred lines in a culture of digital escapism and surveillance.
In the characteristically confident words of Le Corbusier, the Pavillon’s 2015 iteration at Swiss Institute aims to capture “a turning point in the design of modern interiors and a milestone in the evolution of architecture.”
The exhibition will include works by:
Lindsey Adelman, Nanu Al-Hamad, Aranda\Lasch, Alessandro Bava, Josh Bitelli, Camille Blin, Laureline Galliot, Konstantin Grcic, Paul Kopkau, Kram/Weisshaar, Joris Laarman, Max Lamb, Le Corbusier, Piero Lissoni, Philippe Malouin, Shawn Maximo, Jasper Morrison, Jonathan Muecke, Marlie Mul, Ifeanyi Oganwu, Leon Ransmeier, Sean Raspet, Jessi Reaves, Guto Requena, RO/LU, Rossi Bianchi, Julika Rudelius, Soft Baroque, Robert Stadler, Ian Stell, Katie Stout, Elisa Strozyk, Studio Drift, Patricia Urquiola, Christian Wassmann, Bethan Laura Wood.
Max Lamb and Brent Dzekciorius to speak at the V&A on Future Materials during the London Design Festival.
Future Luxury – Session 1:
Victoria & Albert Museum
The Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre
Monday, 21 September 2015
As part of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s “Future Luxury” talk series, Max Lamb and Brent Dzekciorius, Jane Withers and Daisy Ginsberg have been invited to speak on Future Materials.
While certain materials have an enduring relationship to the idea of luxury due to their perennially high cost, changing ecological, technological, economic and social conditions all have an impact on the public perception of value. Could materials that we take for granted as universally accessible today become key markers of exclusive access and class distinction in the near future? Will science play a key role in developing the luxury materials of tomorrow? Will growing concerns about sustainability and resources drive invention or generate new interest in old technologies and techniques? Speakers will include Max Lamb and Brent Dzekciorius, Jane Withers and Daisy Ginsberg.
Booking is essential
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