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KREAFUNK

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KREAFUNK
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KREAFUNK is a Danish lifestyle brand that designs and sells speakers, headphones, power banks & everyday accessories. With a simple philosophy: “Life shouldn’t be an eternal strive for perfection, we celebrate and embrace the diversity of an ordinary everiday life”. You don’t need a design-stuffed home to impress. You don’t have to be picture-perfect to be cool. Forget perfection! Good vibes. That is what it’s all about. KREAFUNK is for real people, living real lives. For those who really knows how to tune in on the good life.

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Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival

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Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival 
La Triennale di Milano
March 1 – September 1, 2019

The XXII Triennale di Milano, Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, highlights the concept of restorative design and studies the state of the threads that connect humans to their natural environments – some frayed, others altogether severed. In exploring architecture and design objects and concepts at all scales and in all materials, Broken Nature celebrates design’s ability to offer powerful insight into the key issues of our age, moving beyond pious deference and inconclusive anxiety.

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COCO – Larose Guyon

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Larose Guyon – COCO

Coco is a tribute to Gabrielle Chasnel, famously known as Coco Chanel. In the 1930s, she became the first woman to launch a fine jewellery. Chanel never left home without her pearls – she used them not only as jewellery, but as accents sewn into her light, diaphanous evening gowns.

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David Adjaye: Making Memory

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David Adjaye: Making Memory
The Design Museum
Until May 5, 2019

How can a building shape our perception of events – and how can architecture, rather than words, be used to tell stories? Discover new monuments and memorials by celebrated British – Ghanaian architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE. Get a first peek at ongoing work and explore the influences behind the highly acclaimed Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. and more.

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Designing Women

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Designing Women
The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
September 28, 2018 – March 24, 2019

Spanning nearly 40 years, from 1980 to 2018, Designing Women highlights the ongoing role of female designers as a dynamic and critical force in shaping contemporary design culture. From fashion design, contemporary jewellery, and product design, to architecture and digital innovation, Designing Women draws from the NGV Collection to showcase over 50 significant works of design -across diverse creative fields all united by their female authorship.

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Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

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Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
The Design Museum
April 26, 2019 – September 15, 2019

Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. One of the must-see cultural events of 2019 according to the BBC, Time Out London, Evening Standard, Dazed Digital and more. Britain is where Kubrick created the battlefields of Vietnam for Full Metal Jacket (1987), an orbiting space station for 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), and Dr Strangelove’s War Room (1964).

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THE HAAS BROTHERS: “FERNGULLY”

THE HAAS BROTHERS: "FERNGULLY"Image courtesy of Zachary Balber, The Bass, Miami Beach

THE HAAS BROTHERS: “FERNGULLY”
THE BASS
December 05, 2018 – April 21, 2019

The Haas Brothers, twins Nikolai and Simon Haas, are artists/designers/creative producers based in Los Angeles. Their works of art and objects are situated between the contexts of art and design, frequently departing from the functional, and moving towards the exclusively sculptural. Playful and sometimes irreverent, they create furniture and sculptural objects in the form of anthropomorphic hairy chaises, fantastical beaded chairs and fungi, and hand-layered liquid clay accretion vases that explore themes of mathematics, science and nature, sexuality, nostalgia and social equity.

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