• Iskos—Berlin
    ISKOS—BERLIN Design is a partnership of Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos. The company works within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. The firm was only established in late 2010, but Boris and Aleksej have been working together for a number of years. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej was employed as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation has allowed them to develop a shared philosophy of design.
  • Jeremy Berlin
    During Jeremy Berlin's last trip to the wilds of eastern West Virginia to meet the homeowners of Tree House, his burgeoning interest in prefab got an arcadian short in the arm. It also prompted the Washington DC-based writer and editor to rethink his recent housing decision: Was taking up residence in a Fin-de-siècle Beaux Arts building the right one? The jury's still out.
  • Peter Spellman Architecture
    PETER SPELLMAN ARCHITECTURE (PSA) is a full-service, green building design focused, firm based in Santa Cruz, CA. Our work centers on sustainable design solutions for single and multi-family residences, live-work lofts and commercial projects. The office is involved in a variety of complimentary services including: development strategies, master-planning, interiors/furniture design and prefabrication. Our projects range in scale from the smallest remodel to technically complex commercial and multi-unit residential developments.
  • IONDESIGN Berlin
    IONDESIGN is the studio for 3-dimensional design, founded by Anja Götz and Christoph Fleckenstein in 1993 in Berlin. Today 7 designers and architects are working for clients in Germany and Europe. Our work spreads across disciplines and connects interior, graphic / web, product, packaging, public, exhibition design and architecture. "The content determines the form" is the motto. IONDESIGN aims at the utility of the product and not the formalistic style. In close collaboration with the client and other project participants the base is defined and is used as the focal point of our work. During the intensive development period, all angles and problems are discussed and viewed with the aim to find finally the perfect solution. Our aim is to find a global and all-embracing solution instead of just designing one single product. By following our motto, that utility leads the design process, we are able to create successful and useful objects, which include all ergonomic, technical, economical and aesthetic angles. We call it "The ION-Way of Thinking". There are no borders between the disciplines. Our work has been exhibited on a national and international level and several projects received numerous national and international awards, e.g. RedDot, iF and nominations for the "Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany", the GOOD DESIGN Award of Japan, the Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum and the inclusion in the permanent collection of the renowned DESIGN MUSEUM in London.
  • Ema Peter
    Ema is the principle of Ema Peter Photography. In the past 8 years she has works with some of the largest architectural, interior design and engineering firms in North America.
  • Peter Bennetts
    Peter Bennetts was born in 1967 in Sydney, Australia. He studied photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. His initial pursuit of environmental reportage assignments has led Peter to photograph features all over the world including Argentina, Austria, Chile & Easter Island, China, France, French Polynesia, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, West Papua, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Spain, Solomon Islands, Thailand, U.A.E., U.K., U.S.A. and Vanuatu. He has particularly focussed his camera on the island nation of Tuvalu, whose coral atolls are especially vulnerable to a changing climate. Environmental reportage led to Peter’s burgeoning interest in the constructed environment and since 1997 Peter has been photographing the pre-eminent architecture and design of both his home country of Australia and in the international arena. His work in the field of architecture, interiors and graphic design has allowed Peter to indulge his passion for great design in all its forms. His work regularly features in the Australian publications Architecture Australia, Artichoke, Inside, AR and Monument and he is a frequent contributor to Wallpaper, Frame, Mark, Dwell, Domus, Casabella and other international publications. His photography has appeared in numerous books including four monographs and the two volumes of the Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture. His architectural images have been described as having “a remarkable crystalline stillness” and he is known for his “straight-shooting” style of architectural photography, focussing on the formal, material and atmospheric qualities of a project. He maintains a keen interest in environmental concerns and keeps the Leica at hand. Peter lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife; architect Rowena Hockin, and their two young sons.
  • Peter Vondelinde
    Peter Vondelinde is a Minneapolis/St.Paul-based architectural photographer and filmmaker.
  • Peter Bowles
    Peter Bowles founded Original BTC in 1990. In his lighting designs, Bowles focuses on industrial styling, and the relaxed, familiar look of traditional pieces. Bowles was trained as a carpenter and had close interaction with Minty Furniture of Oxford where his grandfather was chairman and Cosmo Designs, a lighting company launched in 1960 by his father. This experience led Bowles to ultimately found his own lighting company in 1990, designing lights with distinctive inspirations, from antique lamps used to keep chicks warm to searchlights on the back of a toy truck.

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