Exhibitions and Events

Rescued Chairs by Nina Tolstrup & David David

These Rescued chairs by Nina Tolstrup have been upholstered in striking fabrics made in collaboration with British designer David David. On show in the Collection Room at contemporary design gallery 19 Greek Street, the chairs are part of a wider collection by Tolstrup called Re-Imagine, where existing, discarded furniture is recycled to make new sustainable pieces. Read the rest of this entry »

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You may ask, where has the Lin of Lin Morris been? Well, I’ve been busy planning an event in New York City that will auction off items from some of our favorite designers to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. Among those favorites is UM Project, who stepped up to the challenge that we tasked them with: make new pieces out of debris and refuse from the storm. Some of the hardest hit areas were the homes of Brooklyn’s design best, and François Chambard, the lovable genius behind UM was insistent that a portion of his proceeds go directly to those designers who were devastated by the flood waters.

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Scottish designer Catherine Aitken has won this year’s Time to Design new talent award  with a collection of seating made with colourful cotton cord.

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Dewar Glassware by David Derksen is the Flask Vase, Flask Light and Dewar Light designed for Objects for Sale, an exhibit during Dutch Design Week 2012. The collection is the result of a continuing investigation into the beauty, form and manufacturing techniques found in scientific glassware. Read the rest of this entry »