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md|4.2016
96 | ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Every year, the international design fair at
the Shanghai Exhibition Center is the
Mecca of Asian architects, interior
designers, dealers, investors and private
customers. In 2016, the focus was on
paper, stone and textiles – tradition goes
high tech.
In China, the phenomenon may be even
more pronounced than in other parts of
the world. It’s deemed rather cool to visit
exhibitions, and it is an absolute priority
among urban trendsetters. For quite some
time, curating exhibitions has not been
limited to museums but has also included
concept stores and shopping centers.Art
as a mass phenomenon does not make
do with professionals from the arts and
design scene alone.This entails conse-
quences for the conception of design fairs,
for instance Design Shanghai, which in the
past three years has established itself as
a high-grade event. In March each year,
collectors‘ pieces by international major
designers are on sale here for four days,
plus industrial products by furniture and
household-goods manufacturers.And if
you are looking for experimental work by
Chinese up-and-coming designers you will
get a good general picture here, too.
In my opinion, high-tech products, among
others, were interesting, playing with the
hand-made paper tradition, which is other-
wise rather associated with traditional cal-
ligraphy. Canadian manufacturer Molo, for
instance, presented its well-known folding
structure made of Tyvek, a poetic enact-
ment of light and shadow.A similar effect
can be observed in the case of the room
dividers byYang House, put together out
of thousands ofY-shaped modules, an
effective frame for the standard ‘Light of
Bamboo’ lamp whose oil-paper shade is
traditionally made in Tengchong in the
Showcase Design Shanghai
md correspondent JamyYang reports from
China
English translation from page 78
Our author JamyYang
studied product design in
China and graduated in
Germany with a master’s
degree in industrial design.
He worked at Siemens HQ for a while
before returning to China and founding
Yang Design in Shanghai in 2005, an
office for product strategies and design
consultancy. In 2007, the y-town design
label was established, catering for environ-
mental problems, human resources,
material studies and design experiments.
Among his qualifications are numerous
national and international design awards.
Yunnan province.
Stone and the texture of concrete and
marble also attracted attention, because
they are attractive to the eye and have
haptic qualities.The Blackrock and Wuu
studios presented small concrete objects
to be put on the table or hung on the wall;
Minjia Wang showed ‘Dancing Light’, made
of fine layers of translucent ceramics, and
the MVW designer twosome displayed a
marble stool and table of rose quartz.
The influence of traditional Chinese work-
manship and aesthetics is illustrated im-
pressively, also as far as textiles are con-
cerned. Currently the focus is on volume
and a kind of materiality that feels “true”
in some way.This was wonderfully demon-
strated by the filigree paper-and-wire
structure of the ‘Wireworks’ lamp by Atlas,
but also by the works of Keren Zhan and
Atelier Murmur.
Japanese artist and businessman Muraka-
mi Takashi one said that we are exposed
to and flooded by enormous amounts of
information in our everyday life. I think
that when we visit an exhibition, we are
looking for a strong impression and a
new experience.At Shanghai Design both
happens.
The two trained joiners got
to know each other when
studying product design in
Münster. In 2011, Florian
Kallus and Sebastian
Schneider established their shared studio
in Cologne. Since then the list of clients
has grown continuously, including Bolia,
Living Divani, Ligne Roset, Menu, Dreizehn-
grad, Magazin.
elements.The product designer assumed
this image of a sequence, two elements
with one support, for his ‘Rail’ table system
developed for Zeitraum.
The kaschkasch designer team has been
working successfully from the beginnings in
2011. Sebastian Schneider and Florian
Kallus understand each other, sometimes
even without words. Even when studying in
Münster, the two of them sensed that they
were on the same wavelength not only
from a human aspect but that their
perception of good design harmonizes.
They designed their final paper with a
view to joint freelance work with first
products for the Magazin manufacturer.
The decision to establish their company in
Cologne turned out to be a lucky choice.
Sebastian Schneider says enthusiastically
that “Being located in Cologne, you can
invite clients during fair time to visit the
studio and to discuss designs using
mock-ups.”When their portfolio expanded
and renowned manufacturers became
their clients, success set in.‘Rail’ is already
the second collaboration with Zeitraum.
The designers had the idea to develop a
table that would work both in a living-
room environment and in the contract
area, and it found open ears on the manu-
facturer’s part.With a view to Orgatec
2016, the system is planned to be com-
plemented by further components.The
surprising detail is the quick-release
element, which you would not expect “at
table”, but lives up
to its name and makes the addition of
extension leaves and their secure
attachment possible.Apart from the
“good chemistry”, the success of these
two young people is certainly thanks
to details such as this one.
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SHOWCASE
DESIGN
SHANGHAI
Shanghai
Die internationale Designmesse im Shanghai Exhibition Center ist alljährliches
Mekka der asiatischen Architekten, Interiordesigner, Händler, Investoren und Privatkunden.
2016 lagen Papier, Stein und Textilien im Trend – tradition goes high tech.
English translation on page 96
md-Korrespondent JamyYang berichtet aus China
In China ist das Phänomen vielleicht
noch ausgeprägter als andernorts in
der Welt: Der Besuch von Ausstellun-
gen gilt als ziemlich cool und genießt
beim urbanen Trendsetter absolute
Prio. Längst beschränkt sich das Kura-
tieren vonAusstellungen nicht mehr auf
Museen, sondern schließt Konzept-
stores und Einkaufszentren ein. Kunst
als Massenphänomen begnügt sich nicht
mit den Profis aus der Kunst- und
Designszene. Das hat Konsequenzen
für die Konzeption von Designmessen,
beispielsweise der Design Shanghai, die
sich in den letzten drei Jahren als hoch-
karätiges Event etabliert hat. Jeden
März kommen dort für vier Tage
Sammlerstücke von internationalen
Designgrößen zum Verkauf, aber auch
Industrieprodukte von Möbel- und
Haushaltswarenherstellern. Auch wer
experimentelle Arbeiten von chinesi-
schen Nachwuchsdesignern sucht,
erhält hier einen guten Überblick.
Interessant waren meiner Meinung
nach unter anderem Hightech-Produk-
te, die in gewisser Weise mit der Tradi-
tion von handgeschöpftem Papier
Unser Autor studierte
in China Produktdesign,
absolvierte in Deutsch-
land den Master in
Industriedesign, arbeitete
zunächst im Siemens HQ,
bevor er nach China
zurückkehrte und 2005
in Shanghai das ‘Yang Design, Büro für Produkt-
strategien und Designberatung' gründete.
2007 folgte das Designlabel ‘y-town' für
Umweltfragen, Human Resources, Material-
studien und Designexperimente. JamyYang
qualifiziert sich mit mehr als 40 nationalen und
internationalen Designauszeichnungen.
1JAMYYANG
spielen, das man sonst eher mit tradi-
tioneller Kalligraphie in Verbindung
bringt. So präsentierte der kanadische
Hersteller Molo seine bekannte
Faltstruktur aus Tyvek, eine poetische
Inszenierung von Licht und Schatten.
Ähnlich der Effekt auch bei den Raum-
teilern vonYang House, die aus Hunder-
ten von Y-Modulen zusammengesetzt
waren – ein effektvoller Rahmen für die
Stehleuchte ‘Light of Bamboo’, deren
Schirm aus Ölpapier traditionell in
Tengchong in der Provinz Yunnan her-
gestellt wird.
Auch Stein und die Textur von Beton
oder Marmor fielen auf, weil attraktiv
fürs Auge und mit haptischen Qualitä-
ten: Die Studios Blackrock und Wuu
stellten kleine Betonobjekte vor, für
den Schreibtisch oder an die Wand,
Minjia Wang ein ‘Dancing Light’ aus fei-
nen Schichten transluzenter Keramik,
das Designerduo MVW Marmorhocker
und Marmortisch aus Rosenquarz.
Eindrucksvoll zeigte sich der Einfluss
traditioneller chinesischer Handwerk-
lichkeit und Ästhetik auch im textilen
Bereich. Aktuell geht es um Volumen
und eine Materialität, die sich irgendwie
“echt” anfühlt. Wunderbar demons-
trierten das die filigrane Papier- und
Drahtstruktur der Leuchte ‘Wire-
works’ von Atlas, aber auch Arbeiten
von Keren Zhang und Atelier Murmur.
Der japanische Künstler und Geschäfts-
mann Murakami Takashi hat einmal
gesagt, dass wir in unserem Alltag zur
Genüge mit Informationen überflutet
werden. Ich denke, wenn wir eine
Ausstellung besuchen, wünschen wir
uns einen starken Eindruck und eine
neue Erfahrung. Auf der Shanghai
Design passiert beides.
78 | LETTER FROM …
“DerEinflusstraditionellerchinesischerTechnikenistspürbar”
md|4.2016
Moderne mischt sich mit Tradition: Installation ‘Y Shape Furniture System’ und ‘Light of Bamboo’, entworfen von JamyYang. Foto: Chaohong Fu
Leuchte ‘ Wireworks’ von Atlas, eine filigrane
Papier- und Drahtstruktur. Foto: Xiaojing Huang
Keramikgefäße mit Strukturen traditioneller
Textilien von Atelier Murmur.
Keren Zhang bildet auf ihren Gefäßen und
Teekannen das Gefieder des Eisvogels nach.
79

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Trends from design shanghai

  • 1. md|4.2016 96 | ENGLISH TRANSLATION Every year, the international design fair at the Shanghai Exhibition Center is the Mecca of Asian architects, interior designers, dealers, investors and private customers. In 2016, the focus was on paper, stone and textiles – tradition goes high tech. In China, the phenomenon may be even more pronounced than in other parts of the world. It’s deemed rather cool to visit exhibitions, and it is an absolute priority among urban trendsetters. For quite some time, curating exhibitions has not been limited to museums but has also included concept stores and shopping centers.Art as a mass phenomenon does not make do with professionals from the arts and design scene alone.This entails conse- quences for the conception of design fairs, for instance Design Shanghai, which in the past three years has established itself as a high-grade event. In March each year, collectors‘ pieces by international major designers are on sale here for four days, plus industrial products by furniture and household-goods manufacturers.And if you are looking for experimental work by Chinese up-and-coming designers you will get a good general picture here, too. In my opinion, high-tech products, among others, were interesting, playing with the hand-made paper tradition, which is other- wise rather associated with traditional cal- ligraphy. Canadian manufacturer Molo, for instance, presented its well-known folding structure made of Tyvek, a poetic enact- ment of light and shadow.A similar effect can be observed in the case of the room dividers byYang House, put together out of thousands ofY-shaped modules, an effective frame for the standard ‘Light of Bamboo’ lamp whose oil-paper shade is traditionally made in Tengchong in the Showcase Design Shanghai md correspondent JamyYang reports from China English translation from page 78 Our author JamyYang studied product design in China and graduated in Germany with a master’s degree in industrial design. He worked at Siemens HQ for a while before returning to China and founding Yang Design in Shanghai in 2005, an office for product strategies and design consultancy. In 2007, the y-town design label was established, catering for environ- mental problems, human resources, material studies and design experiments. Among his qualifications are numerous national and international design awards. Yunnan province. Stone and the texture of concrete and marble also attracted attention, because they are attractive to the eye and have haptic qualities.The Blackrock and Wuu studios presented small concrete objects to be put on the table or hung on the wall; Minjia Wang showed ‘Dancing Light’, made of fine layers of translucent ceramics, and the MVW designer twosome displayed a marble stool and table of rose quartz. The influence of traditional Chinese work- manship and aesthetics is illustrated im- pressively, also as far as textiles are con- cerned. Currently the focus is on volume and a kind of materiality that feels “true” in some way.This was wonderfully demon- strated by the filigree paper-and-wire structure of the ‘Wireworks’ lamp by Atlas, but also by the works of Keren Zhan and Atelier Murmur. Japanese artist and businessman Muraka- mi Takashi one said that we are exposed to and flooded by enormous amounts of information in our everyday life. I think that when we visit an exhibition, we are looking for a strong impression and a new experience.At Shanghai Design both happens. The two trained joiners got to know each other when studying product design in Münster. In 2011, Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider established their shared studio in Cologne. Since then the list of clients has grown continuously, including Bolia, Living Divani, Ligne Roset, Menu, Dreizehn- grad, Magazin. elements.The product designer assumed this image of a sequence, two elements with one support, for his ‘Rail’ table system developed for Zeitraum. The kaschkasch designer team has been working successfully from the beginnings in 2011. Sebastian Schneider and Florian Kallus understand each other, sometimes even without words. Even when studying in Münster, the two of them sensed that they were on the same wavelength not only from a human aspect but that their perception of good design harmonizes. They designed their final paper with a view to joint freelance work with first products for the Magazin manufacturer. The decision to establish their company in Cologne turned out to be a lucky choice. Sebastian Schneider says enthusiastically that “Being located in Cologne, you can invite clients during fair time to visit the studio and to discuss designs using mock-ups.”When their portfolio expanded and renowned manufacturers became their clients, success set in.‘Rail’ is already the second collaboration with Zeitraum. The designers had the idea to develop a table that would work both in a living- room environment and in the contract area, and it found open ears on the manu- facturer’s part.With a view to Orgatec 2016, the system is planned to be com- plemented by further components.The surprising detail is the quick-release element, which you would not expect “at table”, but lives up to its name and makes the addition of extension leaves and their secure attachment possible.Apart from the “good chemistry”, the success of these two young people is certainly thanks to details such as this one. Author: Katharina Feuer
  • 2. Special Travelling: Future Hotel Schani Wien Hotel Nomad Basel, Swiss Lounges Zürich Airport Reviews Light + Building: Schönes neues Licht Salone del Mobile: In der (Un)Ruhe liegt die Kraft Projects Petitfils Residenz Hollywood Hills/USA 4.2016 www.md-mag.com Interior | Design | Architecture Deutschland EUR 18,80 EURO countries EUR 19.90 Schweiz CHF 24.50 Dänemark DK 120.00 UK Pfund 11.50 USA $ 10.95 Australien AUD 13.95
  • 3. md|4.2016 SHOWCASE DESIGN SHANGHAI Shanghai Die internationale Designmesse im Shanghai Exhibition Center ist alljährliches Mekka der asiatischen Architekten, Interiordesigner, Händler, Investoren und Privatkunden. 2016 lagen Papier, Stein und Textilien im Trend – tradition goes high tech. English translation on page 96 md-Korrespondent JamyYang berichtet aus China In China ist das Phänomen vielleicht noch ausgeprägter als andernorts in der Welt: Der Besuch von Ausstellun- gen gilt als ziemlich cool und genießt beim urbanen Trendsetter absolute Prio. Längst beschränkt sich das Kura- tieren vonAusstellungen nicht mehr auf Museen, sondern schließt Konzept- stores und Einkaufszentren ein. Kunst als Massenphänomen begnügt sich nicht mit den Profis aus der Kunst- und Designszene. Das hat Konsequenzen für die Konzeption von Designmessen, beispielsweise der Design Shanghai, die sich in den letzten drei Jahren als hoch- karätiges Event etabliert hat. Jeden März kommen dort für vier Tage Sammlerstücke von internationalen Designgrößen zum Verkauf, aber auch Industrieprodukte von Möbel- und Haushaltswarenherstellern. Auch wer experimentelle Arbeiten von chinesi- schen Nachwuchsdesignern sucht, erhält hier einen guten Überblick. Interessant waren meiner Meinung nach unter anderem Hightech-Produk- te, die in gewisser Weise mit der Tradi- tion von handgeschöpftem Papier Unser Autor studierte in China Produktdesign, absolvierte in Deutsch- land den Master in Industriedesign, arbeitete zunächst im Siemens HQ, bevor er nach China zurückkehrte und 2005 in Shanghai das ‘Yang Design, Büro für Produkt- strategien und Designberatung' gründete. 2007 folgte das Designlabel ‘y-town' für Umweltfragen, Human Resources, Material- studien und Designexperimente. JamyYang qualifiziert sich mit mehr als 40 nationalen und internationalen Designauszeichnungen. 1JAMYYANG spielen, das man sonst eher mit tradi- tioneller Kalligraphie in Verbindung bringt. So präsentierte der kanadische Hersteller Molo seine bekannte Faltstruktur aus Tyvek, eine poetische Inszenierung von Licht und Schatten. Ähnlich der Effekt auch bei den Raum- teilern vonYang House, die aus Hunder- ten von Y-Modulen zusammengesetzt waren – ein effektvoller Rahmen für die Stehleuchte ‘Light of Bamboo’, deren Schirm aus Ölpapier traditionell in Tengchong in der Provinz Yunnan her- gestellt wird. Auch Stein und die Textur von Beton oder Marmor fielen auf, weil attraktiv fürs Auge und mit haptischen Qualitä- ten: Die Studios Blackrock und Wuu stellten kleine Betonobjekte vor, für den Schreibtisch oder an die Wand, Minjia Wang ein ‘Dancing Light’ aus fei- nen Schichten transluzenter Keramik, das Designerduo MVW Marmorhocker und Marmortisch aus Rosenquarz. Eindrucksvoll zeigte sich der Einfluss traditioneller chinesischer Handwerk- lichkeit und Ästhetik auch im textilen Bereich. Aktuell geht es um Volumen und eine Materialität, die sich irgendwie “echt” anfühlt. Wunderbar demons- trierten das die filigrane Papier- und Drahtstruktur der Leuchte ‘Wire- works’ von Atlas, aber auch Arbeiten von Keren Zhang und Atelier Murmur. Der japanische Künstler und Geschäfts- mann Murakami Takashi hat einmal gesagt, dass wir in unserem Alltag zur Genüge mit Informationen überflutet werden. Ich denke, wenn wir eine Ausstellung besuchen, wünschen wir uns einen starken Eindruck und eine neue Erfahrung. Auf der Shanghai Design passiert beides. 78 | LETTER FROM …
  • 4. “DerEinflusstraditionellerchinesischerTechnikenistspürbar” md|4.2016 Moderne mischt sich mit Tradition: Installation ‘Y Shape Furniture System’ und ‘Light of Bamboo’, entworfen von JamyYang. Foto: Chaohong Fu Leuchte ‘ Wireworks’ von Atlas, eine filigrane Papier- und Drahtstruktur. Foto: Xiaojing Huang Keramikgefäße mit Strukturen traditioneller Textilien von Atelier Murmur. Keren Zhang bildet auf ihren Gefäßen und Teekannen das Gefieder des Eisvogels nach. 79