UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

UNIQLO HEATTECH

UNIQLO HEATTECH

Client: Uniqlo
Design: Dean Brown with Anyways
Photography: Joshua Preston
Date: January 2017

A series of Interior installations for Uniqlo's UK Flagship Store that celebrated the HeatTech Range. We partnered with the creative agency Anyways to deliver a warm and engaging retail experience that lead shoppers from street level to the concept Attic.  The three key areas - Window, Title Wall and Display Tables struck a balance between evocative and informative. Shoppers were invited to bask in the warmth of HeatTech whilst learning about its technical benefits.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing.

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Photography: Shek Po Kwan
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: April 2014

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Photography: Shek Po Kwan
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: April 2014

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Photography: Shek Po Kwan
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: April 2014

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Photography: Shek Po Kwan
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: April 2014

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Photography: Shek Po Kwan
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Date: April 2014

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

HOT & COLD

HOT & COLD

Client: Daikin
Date: April 2014
Credits: Fabrica Design Team

A conceptual representation of temperature, and an experiential journey through a series of multi-sensory artistic and sculptural installations that “give shape” to air, inviting visitors to participate in an immersive laboratory of hot and cold experiences.  Among the works exhibited, a kinetic installation in which moving feathers in a range of shapes, colours, and graphic patterns evoke the seasonal migration of exotic birds; meanwhile, tropical plants take shape in a series of ice compositions creating a path throughout the space. Venus and Neptune, respectively the hottest and coldest planets in the Solar System, become the inspiration for an acoustic experience, built from sampling the climatic sounds of these contrasting planets. 

RESERVOIR RUG

RESERVOIR RUG

Client: Taiping
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica) 
Photography: Paul Graves
Date: May 2013

Reservoir Rug takes inspiration from flowing water - collecting in a series of wall mounted containers, falling fluidly from one to another, eventually pouring out onto the floor and rippling into a deep pool. The concept is inspired by the depth and subtlety of the textile production and expresses the natural potential of a carpet to move gracefully from the wall to the floor, where it typically belongs.  Reservoir Rug is part of of a carpet collection by Fabrica Design Department for Tai Ping, exhibited during Paris Designers Days 2013.

RESERVOIR RUG

RESERVOIR RUG

Client: Taiping
Design: Dean Brown (Fabrica) 
Photography: Paul Graves
Date: May 2013

Reservoir Rug takes inspiration from flowing water - collecting in a series of wall mounted containers, falling fluidly from one to another, eventually pouring out onto the floor and rippling into a deep pool. The concept is inspired by the depth and subtlety of the textile production and expresses the natural potential of a carpet to move gracefully from the wall to the floor, where it typically belongs.  Reservoir Rug is part of of a carpet collection by Fabrica Design Department for Tai Ping, exhibited during Paris Designers Days 2013.

MOBILE MUSEUM

MOBILE MUSEUM

Design: Dean Brown & Philip Bone (Fabrica) 
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: April 2011 - Ongoing

The Mobile Museum is a traveling museum, with contents contributed by people from all over the world. Unlike a conventional Museum the collection is always changing, with every new location dictating a new curatorial theme. The content is sourced from an international community of artists, designers and photographers. Since it’s humble origins in April 2011 the Mobile Museum has been hosted in Milan, London, Brussels, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Beijing and Hong Kong. 

MOBILE MUSEUM

MOBILE MUSEUM

Design: Dean Brown & Philip Bone (Fabrica) 
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: April 2011 - Ongoing

The Mobile Museum is a traveling museum, with contents contributed by people from all over the world. Unlike a conventional Museum the collection is always changing, with every new location dictating a new curatorial theme. The content is sourced from an international community of artists, designers and photographers. Since it’s humble origins in April 2011 the Mobile Museum has been hosted in Milan, London, Brussels, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Beijing and Hong Kong. 

MOBILE MUSEUM

MOBILE MUSEUM

Design: Dean Brown & Philip Bone (Fabrica) 
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: April 2011 - Ongoing

The Mobile Museum is a traveling museum, with contents contributed by people from all over the world. Unlike a conventional Museum the collection is always changing, with every new location dictating a new curatorial theme. The content is sourced from an international community of artists, designers and photographers. Since it’s humble origins in April 2011 the Mobile Museum has been hosted in Milan, London, Brussels, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Beijing and Hong Kong. 

MOBILE MUSEUM

MOBILE MUSEUM

Design: Dean Brown & Philip Bone (Fabrica) 
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: April 2011 - Ongoing

The Mobile Museum is a traveling museum, with contents contributed by people from all over the world. Unlike a conventional Museum the collection is always changing, with every new location dictating a new curatorial theme. The content is sourced from an international community of artists, designers and photographers. Since it’s humble origins in April 2011 the Mobile Museum has been hosted in Milan, London, Brussels, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Beijing and Hong Kong. 

 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

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Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians. 

OBJET PREFERE

OBJET PREFERE

Client: Grand Hornu Images 
Design: Fabrica Design Team
Photography: Gustavo Millon
Date: May 2011

A knife, train journeys, a brooch, a beer glass and a book collection are just some of the revealing objects that have inspired Objet Préféré, a unique collection of 15 pieces of furniture created following a workshop between young Fabrica designers and personnel – craftsmen, technicians, office staff – of the Grand-Hornu Images cultural centre in Belgium. An intense and rewarding week of exchanges, brainstorming, interviews and photographic sessions on the theme "Favourite Objects", which led to the creation of 15 pieces of furniture that represent a perfect fusion between the creative and design talent of young artist-researchers from the Benetton Group's communication research centre, and the expert skills of Grand-Hornu technicians.