“The role of a designer today is to make the world a better place. By replacing the clutter of poorly designed objects with beautiful, high performing ones that are hopefully sustainable, ergonomic, and sensible yet seductive, we reduce the stress in our environments.”
Sustainable furnishings designer Karim Rashid is set to open a large scale exhibition of his most sustainable designs and give a lecture opening night titled “Analogue vs Digital”. The exhibition will focus on Rashid’s designs that are environmentally responsible and eco-conscious.
There will be over 200 award-winning objects and original sketches. Expect to see Rashid’s re-usable Bobble water bottle, the Garbino waste can, his reconfigurable furniture for BoConcept, the utilitarian lighting for Artemide and Fontana Arte, as well as his high-tech products for Asus and SirinLabs.
Following the lecture opening night Rashid will host a party with DJ Jas Nasty. For more information about the exhibition, the lecture and the launch party see below.
October 11, 2018 – February 10, 2019
October 10, 2018 | 6 – 10 PM
Ottawa Art Gallery
50 Mackenzie King Bridge,
Ottawa, ON, K1N 0C5, Canada
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