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"Award winning Moscow-based designer Dima Loginoff is “the rising star of product design” according to a world famous magazine INTERNI. Dima has designed for world famous brands such as VitrA, Elle Decoration, Studio Italia Design, Axo Light and others, and won numerous international awards including iF product design award and Red Dot product design award, International Design Award, Artemide “Best Lighting Design” competition, Design And Design and many others. The designer has been a two-times nominee for a prestigious Young Designer of the Year award at the ELLE DECO International Design Award.”

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Sleeping Biscuit

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biscuit (unglazed porcelain) table lamp concept

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Lets Say The Lamp

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suspension lamp concept

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Mountain View

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suspension lamp concept

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visit Dima Loginoff’s site for more…

Dima Loginoff | object design

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  • 03.11.2014
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Know Canada by Bruce Mau Design and Studio 360

About:

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, an arts and culture radio program with over a half-million listeners across the US, (produced by WNYC Radio and Public Radio International) recently approached BMD to participate in a series of segments they call “Redesigns”.

For the last several years Studio 360 has been looking at one big idea, taking its ubiquitous but arguably imperfect or outmoded design and putting new options on the table. For the next redesign — at the suggestion of a listener in Saskatoon, Studio 360 is redesigning Canada. More specifically they’d like to fix the image problem Canada has in the US. As part of this process they enlisted Bruce Mau Design to rethink how Canada appears in the world, creating a new identity for the 21st century, free of the traditional clichés.”

Design Statement:

Canada has an image problem in the US.

When Americans think of Canada, stale and often cliché ideas and imagery come to mind. Images like maple syrup, hockey, snow and lots of it. These images don’t pay homage to the intellectual, creative and social contributions that Canada makes as a country on a global scale. These clichés do not accurately depict the 21st Century Canada.

In our redesign, we begin with an assertion that Americans simply don’t understand Canada. Our view is that Canada doesn’t need a redesign; rather, Americans need to be educated.

To that end, our new Canadian brand highlights the country’s potential, and addresses the dynamic exchange of ideas, creativity, natural resources and people.

To express the country’s openness, flexibility and diverse points of view, we’ve created a visual language that leverages the two red bars on either side of the Canadian flag. These red bars act as a container for a rich array of viewpoints, imagery and ultimately, understanding.

Design Presentation:

View BMD’s full design presentation here.

Bruce Mau Design | branding

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  • 07.15.2012
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