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Dallas Center for Architecture
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Sep 28, 2017
A Life in the Making
Carl Bass began building, making from a very young age with erector sets. This snowballed as he grew. He later moved on to making things out of wood. Now he's devoted to making tools that help people to develop creations of their own. In A Life in the Making from Tokyo Vol. 108, he explains all.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on February 18th, 2017.
Recycled Skateboards, Repurposed Dreams
BY SHEENA CROOKES
@ VOL 16
ON DEC 05, 2013
Sheena Crookes has been working in the skateboarding industry for nearly a decade, and is constantly inspired by the stories that come with the broken skateboards she gathers to produce her works of jewelry. Sheena started SkateBetty to spread her skateboard accessories and the stories that go with them around the world.
Nashville Design Lab
BY DAVID GRISHAM
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 14, 2014
David Grisham is an architect in Nashville who ventured into making custom mailboxes for people around the United States. He explains the processes and surprises through his continuing journey as an entrepreneur. He started off very small but now has built his own business called Nashville Design Lab. To see more of his work visit https://www.etsy.com/shop/NashvilleDesignLab#
Learning from Nature
BY JOSH HUMPHREY
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 20, 2015
Good design makes great music. Josh Humphrey talks about the work that he has done in his career. His passion for woodwork and appreciation for nature became evident as he speaks about choosing materials and how much that can influence the design an artist creates.
Boisseliers du Rif
BY JEAN-MARC RIF
@ VOL 21
ON DEC 10, 2014
“Our specialty is our ability to offer customized products to discerning clients using both traditional and modern craftsmanship techniques” says Jean-Marc Rif about Boisseliers du Rif, a business his family has been running since 1913! This third generation wood works and furniture manufacturer tells us about the benefits of specializing in skilled manual labor…Let’s (re)discover the art of craftsmanship in the 21st century!
Aller guten Dinge sind drei
BY SIMON MOOSBRUGGER
@ VOL 9
ON MAY 12, 2016
Simon MOosbrugger, Johannes NIgsch und Pius KAufmann sind MO-NI-KA. Das Ziel der drei jungen Vorarlberger ist es, Handwerk, Architektur und Design zu vereinen. Sie bündeln ihr Wissen, ergänzen sich gegenseitig und produzieren qualitativ hochwertige Möbel sowie Möbel- und Innenausbau. Ihr Herz schlägt für Massivholz aus der Region. Die drei Bregenzerwälder sind momentan hauptsächlich in Wien tätig. www.mo-ni-ka.com
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
South China Morning Post Covers PKN Hong Kong
PechaKucha Night in Hong Kong Vol. 5 happens tonight (June 17) at One Bar -- have a look at the flyer -- and it's great to see that the event garnered some coverage in the days leading up to the latest edition in HK's leading English newspaper, the South China Morning Post. We love this quote, from co-organizer Oriana Reich: PechaKucha is part of an awakening that Hong Kong and the design community is having about the need to be more open and more willing to give different people an opportunity to share what they do. It's a sign that people want to come out of the woodwork, that they sense there's something going on. Hong Kong has some pretty exceptional talent. It deserves a PechaKucha.
PechaKucha Night Manchester Vol. 19 - 'Lessons'
PechaKucha Night Manchester Vol. 19 - 'Lessons' We're going back to school for PechaKucha Night Manchester Vol. 19. Inspired by the start of the new academic term, we thought we'd focus on what lessons our speakers can teach us over the course of the evening. So if you've ever fancied learning how to be a calligraphist or wondered about whether we can or should love robots, or had aspirations of being a comedian, then this PechaKucha is for you. All of our speakers will be taking the PechaKucha 20x20 challenge: 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide, no stopping. For Vol. 19 we're going to PLANT, NOMA's latest development following the awesome Pilcrow Pub, now overseen by our friends, and PechaKucha alumni, OH OK Ltd. PLANT offers everyone the chance to learn a new skill through their wonderful array of free and cheap workshops. The only condition: whatever you do has to make Manchester greater. On the night you'll get to play with ceramics and see PLANT NOMA'S drawing robot in action. Plus, we'll have Emma Reynolds who will draw your portrait in 3 minutes. And finally, our resident photographer Fiona Finchett will be presenting her latest exhibition on the wall space around the venue. So get down early to check out all that's on offer. The doors open at 19:00 and the talks start at 19:30. We'll have a beer break just after 20:00. The talks should be finished by around 21:00 where you'll have a chance to mingle afterwards before inevitably heading across to The Pilcrow Pub for last orders. Speakers Joyce Lee - Calligraphist Chris Tavner - Comedian Dr Scott Midson - Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Lincoln Theological Institute Matthew Shribman - Science Presenter, Innovation Consultant, Musician and Tutor Rhys Archer - Researcher PhD student and founder, Women of Science Duncan Craig - Founder, Survivors Manchester Matthew Holmes - The Derelict Explorer Sue Platt and Robert Hamilton - The Society of the Spectacles Thanks Thanks as ever to our paper sponsors, G . F Smith. About PLANT, NOMA PLANT is a neighbourhood design studio. Inside you'll find woodwork, ceramics, and sewing, wood, clay, and cloth. Through workshops, masterclasses and exhibitions in collaboration with you, the public, we hope to give something back to the city. Something that will make Manchester an even better place to be.