Posts

Against the Flow

Polarising design: "Squeeze" by Karim Rashid

“I do not seek. I find.” This saying adorns the canteen wall at Nimbus and is a perfect description of the company spirit. “Searching means wanting to find something that’s already known in something new. Whereas finding – that’s something totally new,” says Dietrich Brennenstuhl in explanation of his corporate philosophy. The firm’s founder and […]
Sigue leyendo

Nimbus and Rosso: Two Brands, One Vision

Rossoacoustic TP30 KNIT: A special knitting procedure allows even customised version with a personal touch. Photo: Frank Ockert

Lighting and acoustics are without doubt two of the essential factors in determining the comfort of an office as a workspace. In a career spanning more than 25 years so far, Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl has acquired great expertise in both of these fields. With his Nimbus brand, the Stuttgart architect and entrepreneur pioneered LED lighting […]
Sigue leyendo

Nimbus and Rosso: Two Brands, One Vision

Rossoacoustic TP30 KNIT: A special knitting procedure allows even customised version with a personal touch. Photo: Frank Ockert

Lighting and acoustics are without doubt two of the essential factors in determining the comfort of an office as a workspace. In a career spanning more than 25 years so far, Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl has acquired great expertise in both of these fields. With his Nimbus brand, the Stuttgart architect and entrepreneur pioneered LED lighting […]
Sigue leyendo

Nimbus and Rosso: Two Brands, One Vision

Powerhouse with a slender silhouette: the workplace luminaire Force One by Nimbus; rendering: DesignRaum

Lighting and acoustics are without doubt two of the essential factors in determining the comfort of an office as a workspace. In a career spanning more than 25 years so far, Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl has acquired great expertise in both of these fields. With his Nimbus brand, the Stuttgart architect and entrepreneur pioneered LED lighting […]
Sigue leyendo

And Now We Present… Our Top Stories Of 2012!

In a few short days, we’ll all bid adieu to 2012 and ring in a new year. Hurrah! But before we break out the horns and confetti and start popping the champagne, let’s take a moment to look back on the past 12 months in the wacky, wild world of architecture. We’ve already spotlighted the