Dates: 14 – 20 August 2016
Tutor(s): Peter Marigold
Type of workshop: Product / Material
Prices: From € 858 to € 1156 (incl. tuition, materials, food, accommodation)
In this workshop we will be working with unusual materials… weird materials… materials that have potential which perhaps have not found a use in the wider world. How can a formless, undefined material become inspiration for a greater design concept? Can we work together to develop and refine ideas based around such materials? From small acorns grow tall oak trees!
Peter Marigold is a designer and maker of objects. After completing the M.A. Design Products course at the RCA he established his studio concentrating on a wide variety of objects including furniture, products and interiors.
Working with both galleries and manufacturers his work is exhibited internationally including the MoMA New York, Design Museum Holon (Israel), Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and 21_21 Design Sight (Tokyo). Recent commissions include projects for Bloomberg, The Museum of Childhood (London), Oyuna (Mongolian Cashmere), and a porcelain collection for Meissen (Germany)
Following a workshop at Boisbuchet he launched the highly successful product FORMcard on Kickstarter that was funded by 816% with more than 2000 backers. This has gone on to be widely internationally distributed.