Design Exhibition, Design Talks, Designer Performances

Sep

23-27

2015

Thu 11am–8pm, Fri-Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 11am-8pm

Free Event

http://matterofstuff.com

http://thehospitalclub.com

Exhibition

Matter Of Stuff, the architecture studio and online design gallery-shop, will present an exhibition celebrating works by its roster of European designers. The exhibition will show the concepts and processes behind the works through a programme of talks, video presentations and live performances.

Matter Of Stuff, the architecture studio and online design gallery-shop, will present an exhibition celebrating works by its roster of European designers during The London Design Festival 2015.

The exhibition at London’s renowned The Hospital Club will show the concept and stories as well as the processes and methodologies explored by the designers in their work. Matter Of Stuff will also present a varied programme of talks, video presentations and live performances throughout the festival.

Designer Marlene Huissoud will explore the process behind her work using glass blowing techniques on propolis while Silo Studio will present its collection of colourful bowls through a live making presentation exploring Newton’s bucket experiment, from where it derived inspiration. Showcasing pieces with Matter Of Stuff for the fist time, Italian manufacturer Toscari will display metal vases and a range of dining and side tables.

Other designers and studios taking part in the exhibition include
: 
Verreum,
 Lasvit, Handmade Industrials, Exnovo, Bower, Shira Keret, Elisa Strozyk, Pia Wustenberg,
 Milena Kling,
 Mio Karo,
 Brooksbank & Collins, Ariane Prin,
 Carlos Ortega Design, Novocastrian,
 Dafi Reis Doron, Studio DeForm.

Matter Of Stuff founders and exhibition curators Simona Auteri and Sofia Steffenoni comment: “The Matter of Stuff philosophy is about shedding light on the intellectual and practical applications through which precious objects are realised. We want to stimulate interest in processes and in ideas and we hope
this exhibition will act as a catalyst for a shift in how a finished product is thought about.”

Matter of Stuff

Matter of Stuff is an architecture studio and an online design gallery-shop.


MOS is founded by architects and curators Simona Auteri and Sofia Steffenoni, who realise the importance of the people behind the products they represent and the enormous amount of time, knowledge and expertise that is spent developing a finished product by artists, designers and fabricators.
Their aim is to develop a community of designers and manufacturers with a culture where craftsmanship is at the heart of any creation, be it a space or a product.


The name Matter of Stuff reflects the company’s passion for materiality and the importance of prime materials as the base of everyday objects. As well as an e-commerce site, the MOS website is an informative platform where customers and design lovers are able to get insight into the creating process behind the objects on sale. Matter of Stuff’s range of products combine cutting­ edge techniques with traditional craftsmanship and creativity.

Founders Simona Auteri and Sofia Steffenoni comment: 
‘We select designers and manufacturers on the base of their talent and know­how with the vision of creating a community where new collaborations are made possible.
 We are so used to having fast accessibility to so many products that we hardly stop and think about how that particular object was made, assuming it just came out of a box. 
Matter of Stuff challenge that assumption, and want to unveil the story and process of making behind each product we sell.”

Matter of Stuff takes on a selection of architecture and interior design projects, offering its clients a fully comprehensive consultation, from architecture to interior design and furnishing services.
 MOS caters to the very highest level of excellence, tailoring exclusive concepts to the client’s personal vision and requirement.

Founders Simona Auteri and Sofia Steffenoni are UK registered architects.

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