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GEO—DESIGN

Onomatopee Z0030

The GEO—DESIGN exhibition platform explores the social, economic, territorial, and geopolitical forces shaping design today. Launched in 2018 by Design Academy Eindhoven, it generates original research into complex contemporary systems in the form of design explorations and investigations.

Publication

Onomatopee Z0030, Martina Muzi, Jeannette Petrik, 2020

GEO–DESIGN: Sand. The Building Block of Modernity

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GEO—DESIGN: Sand.showcases original research-based projects which explore sand as one of the most critical elements of our everyday lives — from altered to artificial landscapes, from entrepreneurs to multinational corporations, from historic failures to new frontiers of design.

The Building Block of Modernity features nine original research-based projects and one ongoing research from alumni of Design Academy Eindhoven: Rawad Baaklini, Soline Bredin, Elissa Brunato, Matteo Dal Lago, Christoph Dichmann, Lucas Dubois, Romain Laval, Tiiu Meiner, Leo Orta, Bich Tran Quang, Anna Diljá Sigur›ardóttir, Baiba Soma, Wu Yanjin and Atelier NL.

 

 

Type
selfcover
Dimensions
148 x 210 mm / 5.8 x 8.3 inches (portrait)
Pages
48
ISBN
978-94-93148-46-8
Editor
Martina Muzi and Jeannette Petrik
Author
Rawad Baaklini and Tiiu Meier, Christoph Dichmann and Elissa Brunato, Anna Diljá Sigurðardóttir by Jeannette Petrik Matteo Dal Lago, Yanjin Wu by Tamar Shafrir
Graphic
Bureau Pas Pareil (Soline Bredin and Lucas Dubois)
Artist
Rawad Baaklini, Soline Bredin, Elissa Brunato, Matteo Dal Lago, Christoph Dichmann, Lucas Dubois, Romain Laval, Tiiu Meiner, Leo Orta, Bich Tran Quang, Anna Diljá Sigur›ardóttir, Baiba Soma, Wu Yanjin and Atelier NL
Language
English
Release date
17/10/2020
Binding
saddle stitched
Paper
inner pages Munken Lynx 135 gsm, cover Invercote G one side coated 240 gsm
Edition
3500, of which 1750 though Onomatopee
Color
full color
Printer
NPN, Breda (NL)
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