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MOA’12. OUR FUTURE IS (A) PRESENT.

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THE FUTURE IS (A) PRESENT. MOA’12 presents the skills of the new graduates of Aalto University, School of Art and Design. MOA means Master of Aalto, the concept includes not just an exhibition, but seminars, workshops and another activities to showcase research and study programs from the fields of art, technology, economics, architecture and design.

The tense of the exhibition is futurex rather than the present. Many of the projects presented aim to create a more functional, more sustainable future. The most participants names: Harri Niskanen, Fashion Designer. Tommi Moilanen, Service Designer. Khanittha Nualtaranee, Experimental Sculpture Artist. Jussi Laine, Designer + Architecture.

The exhibition place aesthetic is industrial, old factory of helsinki’s harbour and minimalist.

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Aalto University, School of Art And Design.

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Nº4. ÖÖ: WAS IT A DREAM?

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This year Helsinki is The World Design Capital. It is offering a diverse events around the city. I knew that Martin Gram, managing director of Snohetta Design// Norway and Henrietta Thompson, editor-a -large, Wallpaper//London were coming to Helsinki. I started looking for WDC2012 progamme and finally, I found ÖÖ: Was it a dream? event where this 2 design professionals would talk about Nordic excellent architecture and design. They inspired me a lot. I learnt of their design points of view and artworks.

ÖÖ: Was it a dream? was launched during London Design Festival 2010 a curated experience showroom bringing together design visionaries from Sweden, Denamrk, Norway, Iceland, Finland and Estonia. This May in Helsinki, the event explores the theme of Authentic Luxury: telling the new Nordic Artist and Designers.

KLUVVI Helsinki. Where the conferences took place.

Iranzu GuijarroIranzu GuijarroNorwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta

Iranzu GuijarroNorwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta

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iranzu GuijarroCraig Dykers, currently with renowned Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta

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Iranzu guijarroSofa designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen and made by Rud Rasmussen, 1942.

Iranzu guijarro‘Solaris’ striped cabinet by Habitek

Iranzu guijarroInside Alvar Aalto’s former studio in Munkkiniemi

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WE*DO Gallery is in Bangkok and iittala is a finnish glass/pottery brand. We*Do Gallery is the EXCLUSIVE Official representative of IITTALA in Bangkok. Here you can choose between all the new iittala 2012 Collection: Korento by Klaus Haapaniemi & Heikki Orvola, Birds by Toikka…

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The WE*DO Gallery is a mix of so many distinct, wonderful influences. Photography, Interior design, glass and pottery artworks. When you go in you breath Design and your eyes enjoy the beautiful details of the art. Francisco Polo and Markus Herchet, they create this special space. They are from Spain and Germany. They combine their different backgrounds in terms of work, interests and culture and We*Do Gallery came up.

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iittala, Timeless design since 1881.
What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, now celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people’s everyday lives. They believe objects should be distinctive, combinable and multi-functional, with lasting design that allows for individual use and expression. Kaj Franck and Alvar Aalto, still inspires them. They don’t just create beautiful objects. iittala 2012 Collection.

KORENTO BY Klaus Haapaniemi & Heikki Orvola.

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BIRDS BY Oiva Toikka

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ÖÖ: Was it a dream! World Capital of Design projects.

I enjoyed 3 conferences about 3 Architecture Studio (Finnish Tuomas Toivonen NOW , Estonian Ralf looke, Salto and Norwegian Martin Gram, Snohetta Design) Helsinki 2012, The world Capital of Design project is coming up…YESS!

I would like to introduce you one of Snohetta Design Project in Oslo! The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet House. Huge white – Frozen Glacier in the middle of the city! Inside the building is full of wooden structures which represents the warm environment.

OPERAHOUSE IN OSLO HARBOUR, 2008

The conceptual basis of the competition, and the final building, is a combination of this three elements – The wave wall, the factory and the carpet. Snohetta Design.

”The wave wall” Opera and ballet are young artforms in Norway. These artforms envolve in an international setting . The Bjørvika peninsula is part of a harbour city, which is historically the meeting point with the rest of the world.. The dividing line between the ground ’here’ and the water ‘there’is both a real and a symbolic threshold. This threshold is realised as a large wall on the line of the meeting between land and sea, Norway and the world, art and everyday life.

”The Factory” A detailed brief was developed as a basis for the competition. Snøhetta proposed that the production facitities of the operahouse should be realised as a self contained, rationally planned ‘factory’. This factory should be both functional and flexible during the planning phase as well as in later use. This flexibility has proved to be very important during the planning phase: a number of rooms and romm groups have been adjusted in collaboration with the end user. These changes have improved the buildings functionality without affecting the architecture.

”The Carpet” The competion brief stated that the operahouse should be of high architectural quality and should be monumental in it’s expression. One idea stood out as a legitimation of this monumentality: The concept of togetherness, joint ownership, easy and open access for all. To achieve a monumentality based on these notions we wished to make the opera accessible in the widest possible sense, by laying out a ‘carpet’ of horizontal and sloping surfaces on top of the building. This carpet has been given an articulated form, related to the cityscape. Monumentality is achieved through horizontal extension and not verticality.

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Este antiguo almacén ocupado por los comerciantes del té, ahora se ha convertido en una fábrica de ideas. El edificio TEA se encuentra en la calle Shoreditch esquina con Bethnal Street. Te lo encuentras de repente cuando paseas por la zona de Brick lane. A mí me pasó así y rápidamente quise saber que se cocía dentro.

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Estos días Londres, gracias a la celebración del Festival de Diseño cuenta con colecciones muy interesantes, visuales e inspiradoras en muchas de sus boutiques de Shoreditch, Clerkenwell, Firtzrovia, Brompton. Allí me fui a descubrir nuevos artístas y disfrutar de la belleza.

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