El nuevo lenguaje de los abanicos febrero 10, 2017Posted by jagf in ecodiseño, feria, Graphic design, Industrial design.
Tags: abanico, Ambiente Frankfurt, ana yago, di-abani, palmito sense, sanserif creatius, sanserif.es, Talents
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Abanicos troquelados, taburetes plegables palillos orientales de vidrio y fundas artesanales para dispositivos electrónicos son los ejes que centrarán la presencia de Sanserif.es en Ambiente Frankfurt
Los diseñadores valencianos Sanserif Creatius han sido seleccionados para el área de talentos (Talents) de la próxima edición de la Feria Ambiente Frankfurt. Ana Yago y José Antonio Giménez estarán presentes en el Talents Fashion Accessories (Hall 9 Level 2 E02E), desde el 10 al 14 de febrero de 2017, con un stand propio.
Entre las piezas más innovadoras que presentara Sanserif Creatius, destaca la colección Palmito Sense & Palmito City, un proyecto que recupera el lenguaje tradicional del palmito -abanico- valenciano como complemento unisex. Una línea de abanicos que incorpora expresiones coloquiales, onomatopeyas y palabras con doble intención que incitan a la comunicación visual y ayudan a romper el hielo en el primer contacto entre los jóvenes. Diseño: Sanserif.es · Produce: Di-Abani
Design sul piatto è presentato presso l’Istituto Cervantes in occasione della celebrazione Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano abril 3, 2015Posted by jagf in exhibition, Gastronomy, Industrial design.
Tags: adcv, Bern H. Knöller, Diseño al plato, Instituto Cervantes de Milán, Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano, sanserif creatius, Ufer
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L’esposizione Diseño al plato organizzata dall’Associazione di Disegnatori della Comunità Valenciana (Spagna) si basa sul lavoro dei disegnatori grafici e del prodotto nel mondo della ristorazione gastronomica. La mostra raduna, da un lato, progetti grafici che spaziano dall’identità corporativa alle immagini, passando attraverso insegne, cartelloni, fogli… tutto ciò che ingloba l’immagine del marchio di uno stabilimento dedicato alla gastronomia.
Ufer by Sanserif.es + Bern H. Knöller + Sara Sorribes
Dall’altro lato, raccoglio i 14 progetti realizzati da squadre creative composte da disegnatori dell’ADCV, chef e artigiani, e che hanno visto come risultato 14 recipienti disegnati specificamente per l’occasione e 14 creazioni culinarie inedite.
Design TV interviews Ineke hans marzo 5, 2015Posted by jagf in ecodesign, Industrial design.
Tags: Design TV, Ineke hans
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Design TV interviews Ineke Hans at the Designers&Design.
A Plate that evokes the encounter between the sea and the shore febrero 9, 2015Posted by jagf in craftsmanship, exhibition, Gastronomy, Industrial design.
Tags: adcv, Alejandro del Toro, Bank of Food of Valencia, Bern H. Knöller, Diseño al plato, J. Sorribes Vidrio, Restaurante Riff, sanserif creatius, Ufer, valencia disseny week, Valencia Habitat Fair, Vicente Patiño
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The mellow rice with European eels, beetroot and dill of the chef of the RiFF restaurant, Bern H. Knöller, is the cornerstone on which the Valencian designers Sanserif Creatius have conceived Ufer, a plate made of craft glass that evokes the encounter between the sea and the shore, conceived to present a recipe with local scent. A unique piece that is part of the exhibition Design to the plate, that is held until the next month of March in the “Sala Estudi General” (General Study Room) of “La Nau” (The Ship).
Ufer –shore in German- is an eccentric plate, made with a piece of glass of great purity destined to jewellery, and the wings of which are used as a canvas to cover the culinary creation that it holds, at the same time that they recreate that dim and ethereal space impregnated with foam and salt from the Mediterranean coast, as the designer and director of Sanserif Creatius, Ana Yago, has explained.
In fact, in this plate, the inclination of the basin allows the disposition of the gastronomic proposal not to be altered and, at the same time, plays with that sensation of shore, a limit between the imagination of the plate and the space that holds it. Thus, a new visual effect is created but, above all, the consumer pick up even the last portion with no effort, as the main objective of the design is to improve the functionality of the object, in the words of Ana Yago. A minimalist plate that does not expect to decorate but to extol the content.
In addition, and to reinforce the popularity of the piece, this has been made with a piece of glass that is born in the heart of Villena, and that goes all over our geography to flow into the Mediterranean sea, as the designer has pointed out, who has collaborated in this occasion with the glazier Sara Sorribes.
Ufer is part of a selection of 14 recipients conceived specifically for the occasion by creators of the Association of Designers of the Valencian Community (ADCV) for many other unpublished culinary creations of highly regarded chefs established in our autonomy, case of Vicente Patiño, Alejandro del Toro and Bernd H. Knöller himself, amongst others, and that have been produced by craftsmen of the Craftsmanship Centre of the Valencian Community.
Charitable purpose. The exhibition Design to the plate is part of the cultural events organized by the ADCV and the Valencia Disseny Week that are parallel to the Habitat Fair, and counts on the collaboration of the University of Valencia (UV-EG), the Craftsmanship Centre of the Valencian Community, the Technology Lab of Food of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), the gastronomic association “A-cuinar” and “Nos Vemos” in Valencia.
The objective is to show the ability of Valencian design and its presence in a thriving sector as the gastronomic, with proposals towards the improvement of the experience of the client that wants to taste a traditional meal or a reinterpretation of it carried out by the large number of representatives of haute cuisine that are present in our area. And, also, it is an event with a charitable aspect, as every creation of this project will be auctioned publicly and the raised funds will be destined to the Bank of Food of Valencia.
Avi Reichental: What’s next in 3D printing octubre 2, 2014Posted by jagf in Industrial design, Talks.
Tags: 3d printing, Avi Reichental, ted talks
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Just like his beloved grandfather, Avi Reichental is a maker of things. The difference is, now he can use 3D printers to make almost anything, out of almost any material. Reichental tours us through the possibilities of 3D printing, for everything from printed candy to highly custom sneakers. More info at TED talks
Foro Alfa: Industrial design shortens the crisis julio 7, 2014Posted by jagf in Industrial design, Talks.
Tags: crisis, ford, foro alfa, jose a gimenez, sanserif creatius
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Foro Alfa · 03/07/2014
Advance: (···) This is not what we see today in firms and businesses. It is as if they had forgotten that the trade of industrial designers emerged at a time when our early machines could mutilate or kill their operators. And that given this situation, some governments—Austria was at the forefront of such revolutions—enacted laws to regulate labour safety, making it compulsory, for instance, to place splash pans around gears (···) More at Foro Alfa