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form 233 – July/ August 2010

Cover Story: Attention Berlin!
Berlin is considered the capital of creativity. Numerous renowned designers, ranging from Mario Lombardo through Eike König to Hella Jongerius, have moved there in recent years. Not to mention the huge number of young creative minds from all over the world who love the flair of the city – as well as the cheap rents. On 36 pages, we present a cross-section of the Berlin design scene, introduce to you young talents and speak with prominent people who have moved to the city; we will have a look at street art, hotels, book stores and galleries, However, all this enthusiasm aside, we also will also address the following questions: How is Berlin’s design industry is doing? Is it really true that working conditions and the quality of life in the German metropolis are better than elsewhere? A critical look at the statistics provides some answers….

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Discourse: Creating Spaces
Just like anyone else, we cannot avoid the topic of soccer! The renowned German cultural theorist Klaus Theweleit, based in Freiburg, speaks about the analogous and digital mutability of soccer – about tangents, nets and closed spaces on the playing field.

Making of: Inspired by Nature
Studio Hausen from Berlin consists of two passionate design “scientists”. We report on one of their successful experiments, which shows how polyurethane foam and technical textiles can be turned into an extravagant armchair – and what organic microstructures have to do with it all.





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