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Olafur Eliasson Danish-Icelandic artist known for employing elemental materials such as light, water, and air temperature to enhance the viewer’s experience. In 1995 he established Studio Olafur Eliasson in Berlin, a laboratory for spatial research. From a small team in 1995, when Eliasson first moved to Berlin, Studio Olafur Eliasson has slowly grown to its current structure in response to the possibility of generating a wide range of projects. The studio now consists of a team of about 35 people, from craftsmen and specialised technicians, to architects, artists, archivists and art historians, cooks, and administrators. They work with Eliasson to experiment, develop, produce, and install artworks, projects, and exhibitions, as well as archiving, communicating, and contextualising his work. Additional to the artworks realised in-house, Eliasson and his studio contract structural engineers and other specialists, and collaborate with curators, cultural practitioners, and scientists.

Din blinde passager, UTOPIA project, Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst, Denmark.
Your atmospheric colour atlas 2009
your eye activity field.

Your welcome reflected
One-way colour tunnel, 2007
Take Your Time,2.009.
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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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