Talk about the reason for the Common Things Book at THE STAGE during IMM Cologne. Thursday, 18 January in Hall 3.1. at 12:15 pm.
New year, new chair. Wood chair for Jan Kurtz will be presented at IMM Cologne in Hall 11.1 Stand A24.
In Arbeit exhibition, featuring unpublished three dimensional studies and prototypes by Thomas Schnur and Klemens Grund at Bismarckstraße 56 in Cologne.
From a small metal part at grandparent's courtyard to understanding as a key to a respectful dealing with the environment. Thomas Schnur is talking about his practice in Ethics for Design documentary from Gauthier Roussilhe.
New variations of Twist Table for Functionals will be presented in the frame of Generation Köln exhibition during Dutch Design Week. Including one version with a black glass table top and an outdoor version.
During Designers Open Leipzig, the Common Things Exhibition presents a collection of anonymous everyday objects of our industrialized world: objects that have become archetypes of particular functions due to their technical efficiency and global trade. In the framework program Thomas Schnur, Volker Albus and Jens Thiel, will lecture about the meaning, as well as our appropriation and relationship to these overlooked things.
Lützner Str. 91
The Common Things Book will be published by Trademark Publishing. It's first presentation will be at Frankfurter Buchmesse in Hall 4.1. | Stand H83.
Gravity Rack edited by Nomess Copenhagen and Rubber Table are selected for the 20 years anniversary exhibition from Salone Satellite. The show will take place at Fabbrica del Vapore, via Procaccini 4 during Milan Design Week.
Construct Table is now in production by Magazin. The Table is available in two sizes and three colors at the shops and the website.
During PASSAGEN Functionals will be presenting the Twist Dining Table at NODD Office, Marsilstein 6 in Cologne.
In the Common Things exhibition and the eponymous book, Thomas Schnur reflects on everyday objects that have become stereotypes of common use. Besides the book presentation, selected everyday objects are presented on furniture designed by Thomas Schnur, visualising a dialogue, between his research and practice.
Address: Bismarckstraße 68, Cologne
Thomas Schnur will exhibit 10 selected objects at the event "Klarheit und Form" - parallel to the ongoing exhibition "Bauhaus - Alles ist Design" at Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn.
The Exhibition From Object and Space displays furniture projects by Thomas Schnur in the store of Funktion Schnitt at Ehrenstraße 84 in Cologne. The Funktion Schnitt Store also designed by Thomas Schnur builds the perfect setting for this exhibition as it brings furniture and interior projects together so that the approach of the designer becomes visible.
Text and Photos for the column 'Meine Freunde / Meine Feinde' at issue 17 of the german domus magazine.
The exhibition Funktionsraum by Thomas Schnur and photographer Sven Lützenkirchen juxtapose furniture and photographic pieces, this giving rise to associative cross references that allow new perspectives on their work.
The group exhibition Objects in Between organized by Karoline Fesser, Kai Linke, Torsten Neeland, and Thomas Schnur presents 10 designers and their objects on the theme of in between.
The 7 Minute presentation Perspektivenwechsel is now available with english subtitles. The Speak was held at the frame of K Fair on the Fairstand from Bayer Material Science.
Nominated for Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2014. Together with Samuel Treindl for the submission of Construct Table & Construct Table Shelf.
Design Report Award 2014 Special Mention
Jury Members: Jurgen Bey, Marco Dessí, Yael Mer, Ludovica Palomba, Lars Quadejacob, Timo Salli, Carola Zwick
The group exhibition Objects and the Factory organized by Kai Linke, Karoline Fesser and Thomas Schnur presents 11 designers and their objects on the theme of factory.
In the 7 Minute presentation Thomas explains a part of his work under the titel Perspektivenwechsel. The Speak was held in german (translation will follow soon) at the frame of K Fair on the Fairstand from Bayer Material Science.