Interview by Ruth Amelung // Apr. 04, 2016
I am sitting in a typical Kreuzberg café, white tiled with a wooden, slightly industrial interior flair. It’s just before noon on a grey Wednesday, but it isn’t very busy. An americano in front of me, I’m waiting…[read on]
Interview by TL Andrews – in Berlin; Friday, Jan. 08, 2016.
The fashion world is not exactly known for its profound reflections on the human condition. Most of the industry can at best be described as superficial, exploitative of women, and destructive to the environment and workers in developing countries. There are, however, a few voices crying out in the wilderness, drawing attention to…[read on…]
Blog entry by Clare Ros – in Berlin; Friday, June 24, 2011.
Transalpino 2011 explores the complex landscape of production places between the two capitals of design, Milan and Berlin. On their journey from one to the other city, nine Berlin based designers were visiting different companies and manufactures, which represent a certain region, its culture and tradition. Within the one-year project the aim was to develop product ideas that mix up the potentials from different regions and, as a result, stand for the landscape of production in between Milan and Berlin.
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