Hay Festival 2012, Segovia
Over three hundred volunteers and students from the City of Segovia helped to break a record in AHEC's biggest collaborative project yet. Forming a human chain running over 200m up the hill from the Roman Aqueduct to the Segovia Design School in Casa de los Picos, the local volunteers helped to transport crafted American tulipwood blocks in a project devised by Architect Fermin Gonzalez Blanco and his students at IE University. Using Gonzalez Blanco's patented a system called 'Lupo' the students created two complementary structures at the festival -- 'Acueducto' and 'Esponja'.
The Making Process - FIVE for Clerkenwell Design Week 2014
FIVE is the collaboration of AHEC and OKAY Studio for Clerkenwell Design Week 2014. In this video we look at the making process at Adam Kershaw's workshop and his views on the project. The five...
The Final Film - FIVE
AHEC introduces the whole story of FIVE. The designers talk about their projects and design ideas and what they think of the final results.
TULOU Screen by Peter Marigold and Andrew Haythornthwaite
The Tulou dividing screen is a playful dialogue between the two dimensionality of a flat surface screen and the three dimensional individual triangles made from curved and cupped tulipwood that...
APEX Tables by Hunting & Narud
In a reverse from the norm, glass vessels encase and support hardwood cones in Hunting & Narud’s Apex...
SHIFT SERIES by Ed Swan
Using a pentagon as the primitive form enabled Ed Swan to make each side of the tables and stools in the Shift Series from different American hardwoods in various orientations.
- RUNCIBLE by Mathias Hahn« ‹ 1 2 3 4 5 › »
Focusing on kitchen products and their origins, Mathias Hahn chose to concentrate on essential and versatile utensils for preparing and serving food. Each piece in the collection represents a ...
- RUNCIBLE by Mathias Hahn