‘the letter E is everywhere’ now on show at Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Mexico City (until August 9, 2013) provides an intimate look into the work of of the Berlin studio Manuel Raeder. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Centro de Diseño de Oaxaca (where it was first shown in late 2012).
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We planned the exhibition for visitors to enjoy by hanging many wind chimes from the canopy like fruits from a tree blowing in the wind from a blower and chiming in the background. On the first floor, the wooden framework creates a wall of nested chimes where each chime can be observed individually in detail.
Breaking from conventions of the typical showroom mono-culture, the curators Pöppler & Hofstetter are creating a lavish world poised at the intersection of interior architecture studio, fine art gallery and home furnishings boutique; embellished with an alchemical mix of hand selected design elements.
If to imagine the life of the space as a piece of fabrics it commences as a brand new one full of colour and flexibility. The time passes and the pattern turns pale as well as the traces of coffee become ingrained. People put the patches on it and our piece of fabrics inevitably transforms into new laces. The older the fabrics the deeper and more significant the transformation.
Within the existing shell of a retail tenancy on Chapel St we designed a series of intersecting surfaces and shapes that collectively create an interior envelope and backdrop for the display of bespoke products. The space is also designed to function as a working studio space for the visiting artists as required.
Commissioned by the Bank of Latvia, design studio H2E developed a multimedia exhibition devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the country’s national currency. For ‘Lsx20. Art Years of the National Currency’ in Riga, Latvia, H2E displayed currency designs and highlighted the artists responsible for the works.
COORDINATION ASIA chose to leave parts of the raw space untouched and highlighted original details on walls and floors. In contrast, a maze of mirrored pools was created to lead the way through the exhibition space and to showcase the shimmering design objects that seemingly flow on a thin layer of water.