Mathieu Lehanneur

Solo Show in Boussu, Belgium
Posted by Gestalten—12/2012

The Grand-Hornu Images is dedicating an exhibition to the works of the french designer and rising star of the global creative scene, Mathieu Lehanneur. The exhibit begins on December 9th, runs until March 31st and is entitled “Choses”.

Lehanneur conceives breakthrough work at the nexus of design and the human body, bionic structures, geometrical forms, and both the rational and irrational sides of science. He shapes aesthetic objects that provide astounding insight into the complexity of organic systems as well as cleverly address and comment on social issues. His first monograph is a cutting-edge collection of his creative explorations in the areas of interior design, product design, and art. 

Mathieu Lehanneur

Posted by Gestalten—07/2012
Melding rational forms with poetry, Mathieu Lehanneur has become a rising star of a new generation of designers.
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Two-Day Workshop with Joost Grootens

Creative Mapping and Editorial Design with Head of the Master Information Design at Design Academy Eindhoven
Posted—08/2014

Great Kitchens from Gestalten Books

We have selected some of our favorite kitchen designs from our architecture books of the past year.
Posted by Gestalten—08/2014

The Four Dimensions of Sustainable Development

Sustainable architecture has to think further than just ecological issues, the architect Hans Drexler argues.
Posted by Gestalten—08/2014

"We see traveling as a family as a great benefit, not a challenge"

An interview with Adam and Emily Harteau of Our Open Road, who embarked on a road trip when their child was born—and have been going ever since.
Posted by Gestalten—08/2014

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