American Design - 15 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Born in Washington, DC in 1980, Bee Brittain studied industrial design at Parsons, earned a BA in philosophy from New York University, followed by an architecture degree from The Architectural Association in London. Brittain's work experience has been similarly varied as her education. She was Lead Designer at architecture firm WORK AC then shifted focus to design luxury door hardware for manufacturer H. Theophile. After years acting as Design Director at Lindsey Adelman Studio, she started her own product design studio in 2011. Brittain draws from these different modes of thinking and synthesizes them into a new whole, creating relationships between normally disparate elements. The aim is to create work towards which there is both an immediate sensual reaction to its form and material, as well as a more gradual appreciation of a larger idea. Brittain's work is currently shown at Matter, The Future Perfect, and Assembly New Nee a Washington en 1980, Bee Brittain a etudie le design industriel a Parsons, elle a obtenu un baccalaureat en philosophie a I'Universite de New York, suivi d'un diplome d'architecture a ('Architectural Association de Londres. Les experiences de travail de Bee Brittain, ont ete aussi variees que ses etudes. Elle a ete chef de projet dans le cabinet d'architecture WORK AC, puis s'est concentree sur le design de quincaillerie de luxe pour les portes chez le fabricant H. Theophile. Apres plusieurs annees en tant que directrice de la section design au Studio Lindsey Adelman, elle lance son propre studio de design produits en 2011. Bee puise dans ses differents modes de pensees et les synthetise en creant des relations entre des elements a priori differents. Son but est de creer des reactions et des sentations immediates entre les formes et les materiaux, tout en favorisant une approche plus conceptuelle. Les creations de Bee Brittain, sont actuellement exposes a New York chez Matter, Future Perfect et Assembly. BANANA REPUBLIC

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Brad was born in Philadelphia where he was immersed in a world of art and design. His grandfather was a noted industrial designer and his father is highly recognized for his large-scale art installations that can be found throu- ghout North America. He received his Masters' degree from Pratt Institute's in 2005. That year, Brad was reco- gnized by Wallpaper* Magazine as one of the «Ten Most Wanted" emerging designers in the world (July/August 2005). After obtaining Brad immediately opened his own design studio. In only a few years, Ascalon's work has been exhibited globally, from Milan's Salone...

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Founded in 2005 by Zoe Coombes and David Boira, Cmmnwlth is a furniture, art and design studio based in New York City. Harnessing a new fluidity enabled by machine languages, Cmmnwlth's interests are as material and emotional as they are technical. The studio has been commissioned by culture-driven clients such as Issey Miyake, Warp Records, and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and currently produces designs for the new American furniture label 'MatterMade'. Working within the worlds of contemporary art and industrial furniture design, Cmmnwlth aims to produce work that embodies a sense of elegant...

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DAVID WEEKS David Weeks studied painting and sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he earned a BFA in 1990. Weeks worked in the studio of jeweler Ted Muehling before founding David Weeks Studio in 1996. David designs products such as lighting, furniture, home acces- sories and toys. Weeks's designs have been used in projects at Lincoln Center, Barneys, Saks Fifth Avenue and W Hotels. Winner of multiple awards and honors, Weeks most recently was nominated for the Designpreis Deutschland 2010, Germany's highest design award. He received the Good Design Award in 2008 for his Sculpt...

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FORT STANDARD Fort Standard is a contemporary design studio founded in 2011 by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings. Having studied Industrial Design together at New York's Pratt Institute and The Bauhaus University in Weimar Germany, their work is a fusion of craft-based backgrounds and progressive design valor. Timeless materials paired with advanced technologies create exciting results carving themselves a unique position within the industry. Focusing on domestic products and furniture, their attention to detail, materials and connections generate value through design executed in a refreshing "warm-contemporary"...

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Jason was born in 1971 in NYC. He received a BA from Indiana University in 93 and an MFA from NY Academy of Art in 95. Between 1995 and 2001, he worked as a studio assistant for Jeff Koons, and a designer for Karim Rashid. In 2001, Jason started his own design studio. Jason has been called a jack-of-all-trades and a multi- tasker. He designs everything from furniture to interiors and he works in a multitude mediums. Jason's designs often draw on everyday aspects of American culture to create contemporary design objects that could just as easily be Jason has had exhibitions in Tokyo, Milan, NY,...

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JEFF MILLER Jeff Miller was born in 1968 in New York City. He studied Industrial Design at Carnegie Mellon Univer- sity, Pittsburgh, PA Graduating with University and Department Honors in In 1991 he joined ECCO Design in New York, eventually holding the VP of Design position. For more than a decade he was involved in product development for numerous global brands including : Apple, Colgate, Corning, Daewoo, Estee Lauder, Gillette, Herman Miller, LG Electronics, Motorola, OXO, Procter & Gamble, Timex In 2002 Jeff established his own practice. Blending his esearch-driven consulting background, with...

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Joe Doucet's mantra is simple: Everything communicates. Consequently, as a designer, inventor, artist and auteur, his work deftly hybridizes function and visual appeal while conveying layers of meaning and message. Being driven by an insatiable curiosity, Doucet believes that design and, more importantly, a designer's thought process can play a larger role in innovation and problem solving, as well as aesthetics, whether that be for brands, their product portfolios or for a broader social context. His portfolio therefore encompasses furniture, consumer electronics, corporate identity, jewelry,...

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