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At Tomorrow PR, we always look forward to Stockholm Design Week which took place earlier this month from 5-11 February. The fair itself is situated just outside the city centre and showcases work from over 700 companies - a mixture of Scandinavian companies and international design brands. This year several of our clients were present. Brdr. Krüger presented a range of pieces at their stand including the special preview of the ARV chair and table designed by Studio David Thulstrup » more
While in Paris last week for Maison et Objet, I headed off to the wonderful Frank Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne of the 16th arrondissement of Paris to see Being Modern: MoMA in Paris. This spectacular exhibition celebrates 90 years of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York by presenting over 200 works from the museum’s collection. » more
Leading international design and architecture PR agency, Tomorrow PR is looking for a talented intern to work with its team of experts on some of the world’s most exciting design projects in 2018. The paid internship would kick-off on 05 March and would run for three months. » more
January is one of the busiest months for Team Tomorrow and our design and architecture clients preparing for key international design fairs such as IMM and Stockholm Furniture Fair and of course, Salone del Mobile. This month I took a break from the desk to check out Lumiere London, the free annual festival of light taking place in the city from 18 - 21 January. I joined the crowds and explored the eleven installations in and around Kings Cross and Granary Square and was not disappointed. » more
On my recent trip to Barcelona I was excited to finally be able to visit Casa Vicens, the first house ever designed by Antoni Gaudí, as it finally opened to the public. Designed in 1885, just three years after he graduated, Casa Vicens, was designed as a summerhouse for the real estate broker Mantel Vicens. I first stumbled across it on a visit to Barcelona a few years ago as I wandered the quiet neighbourhood of Gracia, where it is located. I was immediately moved by the architecture and have often returned to marvel at the Moorish, Oriental and Catalan Modernisme styles » more
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