Jerszy Seymour Amateurtopia
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Berlin born and –based designer Jerszy Seymour studied engineering at South Bank Polytechnic 1987 -1990 and industrial design at the Royal College of Art 1991 - 1993. Whilst living in Milan he started his own experimental projects including ´House in a Box´ in 2002, ´Scum´ in 2003 - and the clothing concept ‘Tape´ in 2003. These and other on going experimental and conceptual projects form the central thrust of his work. He sees design as the creation of situations, as the general relationship we have with the built world, the natural world, other people and ourselves, and as much about the inhabitation of the planet as the inhabitation of the mind
His work spans from playing with the industrial and post-industrial produced object, actions, interventions and installations, covering a range of mediums and materials, objects, film, performance, music and writing.
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The chair resulted from a conceptual series of exhibitions and environments in which Seymour explored the possibility of Amateur Society, using wax both as a construction material and as a metaphor for the creative energy and ability in all people. While it even passed the top-level structure tests for contract furniture, it did not whisper or talk, but yelled, offering a seat to Utopia, fully repairable, affordable, and 100% biodegradable.
Jerszy Seymour Amateurtopia
Rudolf Belling
The e-scooter Boom
Alessandro Mendini 1931-2019
S tables
Vico Magistretti
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
klub katarakt 12
Michael Schoner
German Art since 1960
The Bauhaus Revolution
In Orbit
20th Century Italian Tables
Robert Slezak
Poul Hundevad and the Guldhøj chair
BASILE ARTECO "Coquetier" design Paolo Ulian
Jorge Zalszupin and L'Atelier
Luigi Colani
Jindrich Halabala, United Arts and Crafts
Sketching: Bellini, Castiglioni, Colombo, Mari, Magistretti, Munari, Ponti, Sottsass
AG Frozoni: We need to aim at essential things
Erwin Poell: Naturwissenschaft + Technik
101 x 101
Angelo Mangiarotti
Carlo Mollino: Tables and Chairs
Janine Abraham & Dirk Jan Rol
German Painting after the 1960s
Studio Pousti
Alessio Bassan
constructing meaning in 3 steps
Oskar Schlemmer: Das Triadische Ballett
The Sea by Emil Nolde
FLOW by Lazerian
Bender Chair
Afflicted Objects
Cutting Edge
Versuchsaufbau A
Laucke Siebein, Amsterdam and Berlin
B3 / Wassily
Permanent Objects
Spin it again
The Value Of Worthless
Hans Poelzig: Architecture as Gesamtkunstwerk
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Pryor Console
Material zur elementaren Gestaltung
Time Bandits
Le Moigne
バガボンド summer collection
Schlör car
The medium is the message
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
The apartment of Pierre Charpin
Alessandro Stabile
A Mirror Darkly
Hiroyuki Tanaka
Daniel Lorch
Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel
A Chair Thing
Geometry Stool
4P1B Milan
The New Social
DIY Design
Artek + Vitra : Micasa, SP
Structure and Movement: Gerhard von Graevenitz
Wooden Cloth
Japanese Swiss Greek
Jordi López Aguiló
Public Paper
Noam Weiner
Feeling Good
Imminent Reality