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'Memorabilia' Showcases Unique Eco-Designs within a Gorgeous Medieval Monastery at Liege's Reciprocity Biennale

by , 10/18/12

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Memorabili’s scenographers and local eco-designers Kaspar Hamacher and Matylda Krzykowski exhibited ¨Display Case¨, a set of 12 solid oak containers made from fallen trees. The storage system can display or hide personal souvenirs.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

“Megaphone” by Milan Polytechnic graduates En & Is is a sculptural amplifier for iPhone / iPods made from ceramic. Shaped like a horn, the natural amplifier rests on a wooden flat-pack frame to make the most of musical vibrations.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Belgian Raphaël Charles’ “Multiple” is a transformable coffee table made from of a series of locally sourced beech poles that can be reconfigured again and again thanks it used of magnets.

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