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London based Product Designer Mathias Hahn was born 1977 in Germany, and graduated from Essen University, Germany, as Diplom Designer for Industrial Design in 2004. During his studies in Germany he worked as a freelance designer on several projects with industry and gained experience in the Product Design department of Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, Germany. Since his move to London he graduated from the MA Design Products course at the Royal College of Art under Ron Arad in 2006 and worked as a freelance designer for Tom Dixon. Late 2006 he was one of the founding members of OKAY studio.Mathias is attracted by the material integrity and longevity of everyday objects – in opposition to fast, ephemeral product consumption. His recent work explores traditional technologies and materials, while introducing basic mechanical principles and applications.Transforming these into simple but useful objects he takes a twisted angle at familiar object categories, in order to find new fields of application.

Coatlight
Wooden Chair
A Vase

E8 – table
Lantern – height adjustable light

Scantling Lamp – ceiling lamp
Scantling Lamp – floor lamp

 

To read more go to : Mathias Hahn

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White Billion Chairs


Structures/Facades

Bucket Vase


Drawer Side Tables

 

To read more got to : Tina Roeder

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Take a seat

Landmarks of Chair Design is an all-new survey of highly original and important seating designs by the renowned authorities on the subject Charlotte and Peter Fiell. Showcasing over 1000 chairs by the some of world’s greatest designers, from Alvar Aalto to Marco Zanuso, this comprehensive work traces the fascinating history of the modern chair and explains why it has become such an important cultural phenomenon.

Grete Jalk’s  lounge chair 1968

An essential guide to the material world

This book traces the development of plastics through a wide range of product types, while highlighting the extraordinary form-giving potential of these wondrous materials. Plastic Dreams is an essential guide to material culture and a must-have publication for all lovers of plastic and design aficionados.

The Ericofon 

From Bauhaus to our house

Masterpieces of German Design is the first of a series of books dedicated to the national design outputs of specific countries. Celebrating the remarkable contribution of Germany to the world of manufactured products, this publication traces the twists and turns of German design from Jugendstil and the Bauhaus to Postwar and Late Modern, and beyond.

Cantilever Chair :Konstantin Grcic 2008

An essential sourcebook

Tools for Living is a book all about ‘ultimates’ – the ultimate things designed for the home – from chef knives and pots and pans, to door handles and bathroom taps, to home-office furniture and garden tools. Well-designed objects not only have superior performance but also look better and last longer, which ultimately means that they are more sustainable and provide better value for money. They also give the user a satisfying sense of reliability – they are the household tools that we use on a daily basis, which enhance life.

Enzo Mari’s desk calendar

to read more go to : Fiell Publishing

(images & text taken from http://www.fiell.com/page/our-books/design )