PEAKS
— Hansel Schloupt2016 more infos

Peaks is a game for children. They learn to build objects using simple, plastic cylinders and little wooden boards of different sizes. Gaps at different heights and sloping surfaces inspire them to experiment and try to stop their creations from toppling. A game that strikes a balance between materials and how easy they are to stack.

Glass Type
— Giulio Parini2015 more infos

Working with glassblower Matteo Gonet, the industrial designer Giulio Parini breathed new life into an old technique for treating glass surfaces. Letters made from graphite powder were worked onto the glass in its viscous state, creating glass objects with a distinctive look.

Hypercollection
— EGLI STUDIO2016 more infos

Viva La Doccia
— Kollektiv Vier2015 more infos

Textile designers Mirjam Huwiler, Johanna Widmer and Eva Zuberbühler have created a range of shower curtains. The collection features distinctive depictions of mountain scenery, primeval forests and underwater worlds, all crafted from fragments of old pictures.

MONOLITHS
— Dimitri Bähler2013 more infos

The European Ceramic Workcentre (EKWC) in the Netherlands is home to some huge kilns. During his three-month residency, industrial designer Dimitri Bähler set himself the task of taking up an entire oven to produce not kitchenware but monolithic furniture. These are now used as counters and coffee tables at the venue.