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tranSglass® is included in the permanent collection of MoMA New York. Since its launch, tranSglass® has become one of Artecnica’s best-selling items. With its recycled origins and sleek, fluid design, tranSglass® conveys a positive attitude towards the environment, affirmed as an Artecnica Design With Conscience project. With the help of Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization providing assistance to artisans worldwide, Artecnica collaborated with Guatemalan craftsmen to bring Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje’s designs to the market. Combining old-world craftsmanship and sophisticated design, each tranSglass® vessel is a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. Introducing the new tranSglass® collection. Recycled radiance takes on exciting new shapes and forms. Building on the tranSglass® signature aesthetic, the new collection features vases, candle holders, carafes and tumblers crafted from recycled bottles.
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05 Articles about Artecnica, Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden
Between the poles
Companies bring in designers to join forces with craftsmen to develop new products, which are subsequently produced in structurally-weak regions. Such approaches are quick to label themselves sustainable, as advocates of ethical consumption. But which projects have actually been consistently done through the years? A selection of ten examples between industry and craftsmanship.› To the article
The exhibition entitled "Ideen sitzen / Ideas that sit well" at Hamburg's Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe invites visitors to peruse chairs, armchairs and sofas. The tour of the museum swiftly morphs into a voyage of discovery through the history of interior design, if not even the history of ideas and cultural history of recent decades.
Stephen Burks - or The readymade spirit
Marcel Duchamp's famous readymades are objects which have been removed from the sphere of the useful and placed in a new context. For US designer Stephen Burks, this "multiple use" and the fact that our perception influences the intuitive use of an object are highly inspiring.› To the article