kawamura-ganjavian presents DESKSHELL, a desk divider for the new open working environments where the levels of privacy are reduced.
kawamura-ganjavian have been appointed 1st year studio directors at the ALICE laboratory, the chair held by professor Dieter Dietz in the EPFL school of architecture in Lausanne. We are thrillled about this collaboration with one of the leading and most innovative academic centers in Europe, and look forward to an exciting academic experience with the students.
kawamura-ganjavian are proud to present a new video about their Infomab10 pavilion which was installed at Paseo de Recoletos in central Madrid during the public arts festival Madrid Abierto and is currently located at the Matadero cultural centre (Madrid).
kawamura-ganjavian are proud to announce that our product IRIS louver has won the first prize in the Gandía-Blasco design award. IRIS louver is an adjustable modular louver system that filters light in a hypnotic way.
kawamura-ganjavian are glad to announce their participation at the exhibition Talk to Me which took place at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. The show, curated by Paola Antonelli, elaborates on the theme of communication between people and objects.
kawamura-ganjavian presents PARRAMYD, a modular system thus, we can create a structure that guides the way a plant grows inside our homes and office enviroments.
kawamura-ganjavian were invited to run a workshop during the Offdesign festival organized by CEU University. The workshop took place at the Gandía Blasco's Head Quarters in Valencia. The workshop explored the relationship between outdoors spaces and working enviroments.
kawamura-ganjavian submitted their entry for a new primary school, sports hall, and afterschool in Monthey, Switzerland.
kawamura-ganjavian presents TRABLE, a collection of low stackable tables. Their colored bottom side projects a subtle tone to the one below.
kawamura-ganjavian submitted their entry for a new school canteen, community hall and community archive in Carouge, Switzerland.
kawamura-ganjavian have been invited once again to be part of the Boisbuchet Summer Workshops Program 2012 organized by the Vitra Design Museum and Centre Pompidu. Our workshop, entitled "Slow Down Parasites" will enable experimentation in the idyllic Domain de Boisbouchet through appropriation, occupation and parasiting. Our goal will be to fabricate micro-environments which help boost the idle qualities of the domain.
kawamura-ganjavian submitted their entry for a new complex at the CFF train station in Sierre, Switzerland. The project includes a bus station, a sports hall and a school.
MINI GIRAFFE is an unusual magazine rack. Its triangular profile allows the magazines to be stacked in a very intuitive way and helps mark our favourite page. Mini Giraffe disappears underneath the stack of paper as if it weren’t there.