SOUNDWAVE PANELS - VILLAGE BY CLAESSON, KOIVISTO, RUNE.
Soundwave Village: an architecturally inspired sound absorber and wall panel by Claesson Koivisto Rune
The highly regarded architectural and design firm Claesson Koivisto Rune presents two new series forspring 2009 for OFFECCT, continuing the companies’ long and successful collaboration. ClaessonKoivisto and Rune themselves see a clear connection between their many architectural assignments andtheir new product design for OFFECCT. It was the successful pairing of architecture and design thatprompted the inspiration for the new Soundwave Village sound panels and the Etage coffee table series.
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Urban Jungle Stockholm
The first time Eero Koivisto, Brand Consultant for MOD's favorite line Offecct, came across Slobodan Dizel and Thomas Sate they were simply a couple of graffiti artists that were tagging trains and walls in Sweden. A couple of years later, he heard that they'd started a graffiti school and design studio with the slogan "We declare war on walls". Fast forward a few years, when Eero stumbled across their new offices in a small back street of Stockholm and they'd become Wall Design and were painting murals on the walls of shops and offices.
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At this year's Stockholm
Furniture Fair, an ambitious project organized
by Offecct was an exhibition called The Residence in
association with Bang & Olufsen and Hufvudstaden, in
a beautiful apartment from the turn of last century
in central Stockholm.
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Tensta Konsthall installation
FRONT (see modpeople)have
designed an installation for the Tensta Konsthall, an
institution that initiates and advances aesthetic, practical
and theoretical issues that concern the contemporary
art scene both locally and internationally.
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Los Angeles, CA
Designer: Davis Krumins, Davis Inc.
P6 Restaurant & Lounge enjoys it's status as one
of the highest volume establishments between Los Angeles
and Santa Barbara.
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New York, NY
The new Highline Restaurant (named for the abandoned,
elevated train tracks that run nearby) in the hip Meatpacking
District of NYC adds yet another notch in the belt of
the people who brought us Peep, Spice and SEA.
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