Winner of Milano Design Award – Special Mention
“For the extraordinary visual impact, generated from an essential but courageous project, that creates a dialogue in harmony with the unique and suggestive context. The project also underlines effectively the delicate relation between craft and industry.”

Nominated for a German Design Award 2016

MINDCRAFT15 was exhibited 14 – 19 April 2015 at Chiostro Minore di San Simpliciano, via dei Cavalieri del Santo Sepolcro 3, 20121 Milano

Exhibition design and curation by GamFratesi.



Mindcraft15 works

The Castaway <br>by benandsebastian
The Castaway floats in between object and imprint, cast and mould, presence and absence... read more ...
Open 1, 2 and 3 <br>by Louise Campbell
A series of drawings exploring variations on a single set of rules... read more ...
InsideOut <br>by Rosa Tolnov Clausen
The wall hangings fuse present-day materials with traditional weaving techniques... read more ...
Fontanella <br>by Claydies
An installation with porcelain objects mimicking a champagne fountain... read more ...
Terroir <br>by Edvard-Steenfatt
The Terroir project involves a new material developed from seaweed and recycled paper... read more ...
Pedestal <br>by Halstrøm-Odgaard
A flat-pack design, consisting of lengths of Trevira fabric attached to a steel frame... read more ...
Basic Bar <br>by Ole Jensen
A basic bar for serving water, consisting of a plinth with a large jug and several cups... read more ...
Eiffel <br>by Jørgensen-Depping
A flexible shelving system in sand-cast aluminium and lacquered wood... read more ...
Tram <br>by Akiko Kuwahata
A combined tray and coffee table designed to fit into a narrow space... read more ...
Solid Table <br>by Cecilie Manz
A table with a solid Oregon pine frame, a heavy limestone slab and skirts that conceal the legs... read more ...
Selfie <br>by Eske Rex
Selfie is a wooden object with two shells and embedded magnets that pull towards each other... read more ...
Dish – Between Earth and Sky <br>by Tora Urup
A group of solid circular glass dishes, each with a unique character... read more ...
Umspiral <br>by Henrik Vibskov
A spiral-shaped sculptural object that lacks the functional purpose of the regular umbrella... read more ...
Point of View <br>by Jakob Wagner
A bench that changes character depending on the point of view... read more ...