• Erin Tallman

    Erin Tallman is a journalist and the Editor in Chief for ArchiExpo e-magazine. She contributes to other online publications and, as an author, has already published her first novel.

    A few months prior to the Maison&Objet in Singapore, on November 15, 2016, its organizer SAFI announced the suspension of Asian and American editions to focus on Paris-based events and the promising launch of the digital platform MAISON&OBJET and MORE (MOM). While it has been a challenge to find international success,...

    One of Netflix’s stars in its upcoming series Abstract: The Art of Design, Bjarke Ingels finds the door to architecture projects now open to him in France after the completion of his Meca building in Bordeaux, where he gave a speech on February 1, 2017. A theatre full of eager listeners, Ingels went beyond the Meca and...

    ArchiExpo e-Magazine held its webinar discussion Disrupting the Hotel Industry on March 13, 2017, with a special focus on interior design. Last year’s Sleep Set competition, whose complex and important theme Sinus-Milieus got us thinking about the possible transformation in hotel design. Joel Butler, event manager at...

    Spanish artist and designer Cristian Zuzunaga showcased his work which includes print, letterpress, photography, sculpture, textile and furniture design. He started some years ago with a range of home textiles and today he collaborates with selected European craft businesses to produce seating furniture, tables and...

    IMM Cologne collaborated with blickfang and Heimatdesign to organize a new addition to this year’s fair in Hall 1, the Designers Market. Products exhibited in the Designers Market were available for sale on public days, unlike Halls 2 to 11, where direct sales are not permitted. The Designers Market by international...

    Contrary to the previous year’s Das Haus demonstration of sensual indulgence by Sebastian Herkner, U.S. designer Todd Bracher settled with the essentials for his “Das Haus – Interiors on Stage,” provoking visitors to wonder what’s actually needed to live. Instead of representing the traditional home, Bracher developed...

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    New York designer Todd Bracher taught us with his Das Haus creation this year at IMM that one of the three major necessities for living is rest and relaxation. Although his point highlighted the space itself and not so much furniture, a lot can be said about textiles, materials and composition to make the...

    The energy efficiency of a building depends on the energy expended to ensure the energy needs of its occupants (domestic hot water, air conditioning, etc.). The greater the energy efficiency, the less energy is spent. Karim Beddiar, head of research and innovation at the CESI Group, has published the book Intelligent...

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    “The stories down here are incredible,” Paul Sehnert, director of development management for Pennovation Center, told ArchiExpo e-magazine before a guided tour of the building. “[One innovator is working on] genetically engineered lettuce to be used as a drug delivery system. It could change human history. This is not...

    OpenVSP is a parametric aircraft geometry tool that allows users to create a 3-D model of an aircraft defined by common engineering parameters. This model can be processed into formats suitable for engineering analysis. Beginning in the early 1990s, J.R. Gloudemans and others developed for NASA what we now know as the...

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