German designer Christoph Seyferth has created the latest installation for the Design Museum Tank, its Thames-side outdoor gallery. The second in the Living in a Tank series, Domesticated Landscape explores novel ways of providing sleeping and seating space within small domestic interiors. Made from a felt-covered steel framework, the surface undulates with ‘hillocks and hollows’ – moulded multi-purpose curves designed to act as pillows, backrests or even tables. Seyferth’s creation follows Jerszy Seymour’s Bonnie and Clyde, an alternative look at ‘play’ featuring the stripped-out interior of a 1985 Ford Escort. Domesticated Landscape is on show from 22 November until 21 January 2003 at the Design Museum, London SE1.
Announced at this year’s Adobe Max conference, designers and illustrators will be able to use the image editing and design software on a touchscreen device in 2019.
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