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News 18 . Dec . 2020
News
What do you believe is the future when it comes to using cork in museums?

As museums around the world are looking for additional ways to incorporate sustainable elements into their institutions, the diversity of uses cork offers to help achieve an eco-label status without visually compromising an exhibition makes cork a futuristic product, already available in the present. This is a raw mate…

28 . Mar . 2018
Insulation with cork in the Zeitz Museum

Acousticork cork underlay and agglomerated cork and rubber underscreeds are the materials responsible for the excellent insulation characteristics of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town.

22 . Oct . 2021
Insulation with cork in the Zeitz Museum

Acousticork cork underlay and agglomerated cork and rubber underscreeds are the materials responsible for the excellent insulation characteristics of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town.

News 25 . Jul . 2017
News
Cork poufs invite you to take a break at the Skissernas Museum

There are three and they draw the attention of those who pass by one of the areas of the Skissernas Museum, in Sweden.

News 16 . Mar . 2020
News
In the scope of a partnership with Vitra Design Museum, Amorim Cork Composites has produced 3,200 agglomerated cork pieces for the exhibitio…

The partnership between Amorim Cork Composites and Vitra Design Museum (VDM) - one of the world’s most important design museums – has brought over 3,200 agglomerated cork pieces to Weil am Rhein, Germany. The blocks are being used in the exhibition Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors. They have made it pos…

29 . Dec . 2017
Museum Tower at Centennial Hill, Atlanta, GA

AcoustiCORK R60The Dakota 850 Piedmont Ave, Atlanta

News 25 . Jul . 2017
News
Mega cork installation in the inauguration of the Natural History Museum in Tel Aviv

"Blocks" is the name of the mega installation by the designer Rona Meyuchas-Koblenz.

Case Studies 10 . Oct . 2018
Case Studies
SUPERFLEX

The Danish collective SUPERFLEX was set up in 1993 in Copenhagen by Jakob Fenger, Bjornstjerne Christiansen and Rasmus Nielsen. The group is internationally recognized for its interest in urban spaces and the way in which it uses art to question contemporary society and culture. The collective’s work has been exhibite…

Notícias 27 . Sep . 2019
Notícias
Nacho Carbonell

Born in Spain in 1980, Nacho Carbonell graduated in 2003 from Cardenal Herrera C.E.U. University in Spain before studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven. After graduating, Carbonell immediately began to make his name in the design world with his Evolution collection in 2009, for which he received a Design Beazley nomi…

News 25 . Jul . 2017
News
Cork presented in new installation of MAAT in Lisbon

A sensorial experience at APQHome – MAAT, by Ana Pérez-Quiroga.

08 . Jan . 2019
Where to buy

The products from the decoration, home and office ranges of Amorim Cork Composites are available for purchase at museum shops, interior design and furniture stores, as well as a range of online outlets. Construction materials, do-it-yourself products and leisure products are sold in specialist stores.

08 . Jan . 2019
BIG-GAME

BIG-GAME BIG-GAME is a design studio founded in 2004 by Grégoire Jeanmonod (CH), Elric Petit (BE) and Augustin Scott de Martinville (FR). Currently based in Lausanne, BIG-GAME develops furniture, lighting and objects for companies such as Karimoku, Moustache or Galerie Kreo. The trio, who like the terms “descriptive ge…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Filipe Larcão Industrial designer Filipe Alarcão trained at the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts and Domus Academy in Milan, where he remained after completing his Master's degree, working with Michele De Lucchi (95-97). Working from his Lisbon-based studio, he develops his own projects in furniture, urban equipment, lighti…

Case Studies 14 . Nov . 2018
Case Studies
Campana Studio

Founded in 1983, in Sao Paulo, by the brothers Fernando (1961) and Humberto Campana (1953), the Campana Studio became famous for its design of intriguing and creative pieces of furniture, such as the Vermelha or Favela armchairs. The work of the two designers incorporates the idea of transformation and reinvention, usi…

26 . Oct . 2017
TATE MODERN IS LINED WITH CORK IN AN INSTALLATION DESIGNED BY SUPERFLEX.

Visitors to the "Hyundai Commission: SUPERFLEX: One Two Three Swing!" are now able to walk along a colossal cork installation, presented in the Tate Modern - one of the world's most respected contemporary art institutions. About 5,000 m2 of an innovative cork composite have been applied in Turbine Hall - an iconic spac…

News 19 . Aug . 2020
News
About Marco Sousa Santos

With a career that spans three decades, Marco Sousa Santos is a Product Design graduate from the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts. A founding member of breakthrough Portuguese studio Protodesign (99/01) and cultural platform experimentadesign (98), he founded his own studio in 2002, collaborating with the likes of Tronconi…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Marco Sousa Santos With a career that spans three decades, Marco Sousa Santos is a Product Design graduate from the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts. A founding member of breakthrough Portuguese studio Protodesign (99/01) and cultural platform experimentadesign (98), he founded his own studio in 2002, working with the likes…

News 20 . Jun . 2019
News
PIN-UP

PIN-UP is a prestigious architecture and design magazine, based in New York. It was founded in 2006 by Felix Burrichter. The magazine regularly interviews renowned architects, complemented by critical essays and photography portfolios on contemporary architecture, art and design. In 2011, the Art Directors Club awarded…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Miguel Vieira Batista Since 2000, Miguel Vieira Baptista, trained at IADE Lisbon and the Glasgow School of Art, has combined his main activity as a product designer with a host of projects in exhibition and interior design commissioned by experimentadesign and the Lisbon Fashion Week, among others. He has also curated…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Fernando Brízio Fernando Brízio graduated in Product Design (1996) from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon, where he lives and works. He has developed products for industry and small-scale handmade production, along with exhibitions, sets, interior and public spaces for companies and organizations such as Droog, Schréd…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Raw Edges Under the name Raw Edges, Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay work towards a common goal: to create objects that have never been seen before. Yael's main focus lies in turning two-dimensional sheet materials into curvaceous functional forms, whereas Shay is fascinated by how things move, function and react. Since the…

08 . Jan . 2019
Designer

Fernando Brízido Fernando Brízio graduated in Product Design (1996) from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Lisbon, where he lives and works. He has developed products for industry and small-scale handmade production, along with exhibitions, sets, interior and public spaces for companies and organizations such as Droog, Schré…

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