Nº 256
Water

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Editorial
Text: Stephan Ott

Design.

The definitive end for the printed edition of the Brockhaus Lexikon was announced in August 2014. And with it the end of an era of a history of culture and design stretching over 200 years and 21 editions. Even if the intention is to continue publishing the Brockhaus online for a while and adapt it to modern updating demands, Wikipedia, its great competitor and undisputed research darling of the Internet community, has long dictated the timing. Now, the printed Brockhaus is not the first product to be hastened by the fate of general demise. Had the Dead Media project, initiated by Bruce Sterling in 1995, been carried out regularly, it would still register prominent access, and even beyond the media world, more and more products are affected by digital disbandment and displacement.

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Research

Text: Anja Neidhardt

The Research category offers an insight into the latest research projects from different fields of design. Thereby projects range from materials to apps and product development at universities, design agencies and research institutes.

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Keine Science-Fiction.


It’s Reality

Interview: Ann-Katrin Gehrmann

For over 30 years, Jacques Rougerie has been working on spectacular projects designed mostly for extreme environments such as the oceans or outer space. After collaborations with NASA and numerous institutes working to promote a responsible approach to handling the seas, three years ago, the architect and oceanograph helped establish the Fondation Jacques Rougerie, a foundation set up to help young people realise their ideas. Here, we talk to the French visionary about his wonderful world of underwater architecture.

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Jenseits vom Tellerrand.


Portrait Savvy Studio

Text: Norman Kietzmann

For the designers of the Mexican Savvy Studio, compartmentalized thinking is not an option. They design restaurants, bars, shops and hotels – from the name to the business card to the interior. But rather than being an obligation, working across disciplines is something they really enjoy.

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Focus: Water

Mit dem Sieb schöpfen

Scooping Water

 

Textiles in Water Sports

 

Vom Wasser auf den Laufsteg

Bonding, Neoprene and PU Couture

 

Kalifornien –

Running on Empty

 

Landscape of Gravity

Kirsi Enkovaara

 

The Circulating Resource Water

 

Der Stoff der Zukunft

Made from the Bast

 

Keine Science-Fiction

It’s Reality

 

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Preview Biennale Interieur

Design Duos

 

Jenseits vom Tellerrand

Portrait Savvy Studio

 

Discourse

The Words for Design

 

Wo Ideen artikuliert werden

Biennial of Graphic Design in Brno

 

User Experience Research und Design

 

Carte Blanche

Nicolas Ritter: The Cloud

 

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New books, DVDs, magazines, websites and apps

 

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Kunst und Design. Eine Affäre