TRACY•TV – Milan Design Week 2017: Piet Hein Eek, Airbnb, Masterly and Tom Dixon

TRACY•TV – Milan Design Week 2017: Piet Hein Eek, Airbnb, Masterly and Tom Dixon

I went to the Milan Design Week, always the international hotspot for the design world – and 2017 was no exception. And… I started doing a video blog, a ‘vlog’. It’s fun to experiment with a new form of storytelling. This is the vlog for my first day, including Atelier010’s project Sugarrush, work by Piet Hein Eek, en exhibition in a 16th-century  villa curated by Airbnb, the Dutch exhibition Masterly and Tom Dixon’s collaboration with Ikea (behh).

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TRACY•TV – Milan Design Week 2017: Piet Hein Eek, Airbnb, Masterly and Tom Dixon

TRACY•TV – Milan Design Week 2017: Piet Hein Eek, Airbnb, Masterly and Tom Dixon

I went to the Milan Design Week, always the international hotspot for the design world – and 2017 was no exception. And… I started doing a video blog, a ‘vlog’. It’s fun to experiment with a new form of storytelling. This is the vlog for my first day, including Atelier010’s project Sugarrush, work by Piet Hein Eek, en exhibition in a 16th-century  villa curated by Airbnb, the Dutch exhibition Masterly and Tom Dixon’s collaboration with Ikea (behh). 

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Short&Sweet in Milaan: Christien Meindertsma

Short&Sweet in Milaan: Christien Meindertsma

Short&Sweet: een interview met designer Christien Meindertsma over haar project en boek “Bottom Ash Oberservatory”.

Christien Meindertsma: The material in waste is worth money, if you can separate it. That is the funny thing about waste: It’s not worth anything, unless you extract it and separate it. Therefore it’s also supposed to look like a rich material.

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Short&Sweet in Milan: Christien Meindertsma

Short&Sweet in Milan: Christien Meindertsma

For my interview series ‘Short&Sweet’ from Milan Design Week I talked with designer Christien Meindertsma about her project and book ‘Bottom Ash Observatory’.

Christien Meindertsma: The material in waste is worth money, if you can separate it. That is the funny thing about waste: It’s not worth anything, unless you extract it and separate it. Therefore it’s also supposed to look like a rich material.

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