Archive for October, 2011
One of our favorite parts about moving in to our new space is picking out the furniture. Many of the new pieces are from Herman Miller and it felt like Christmas when all the boxes arrived.
The unboxing begins.
Here are pairs of Eames Aluminum Management Chairs.
Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chairs, perfect for our upstairs lounge.
A lineup of Aerons from small to large.
Yves Behar’s SAYL chairs for one of the conference rooms.
We love the simplicity of the Setu Side chairs. The instruction manual says, “Sit down.”
The Herman Miller showroom is just down the street, but now we have our own mini showroom at Hello!
Announcing the new site for UCLA Architecture and Urban Design. Hello joined forces with the world-renowned faculty including Chair and acclaimed architect Hitoshi Abe, who asked Hello to communicate the school’s program and mission through a new digital destination.
UCLA A.UD is a unique institution dedicated to training exceptional scholars with international programs around the world. The school believes in using the power of research to redefine the architecture and design industry. The faculty, comprised of active members of the global architecture community such as Neil Denari, Greg Lynn and Thom Mayne, is given the spotlight on the site.
We built the site in HTML5 so both students and faculty are able to access it across all platforms to learn about the different course programs and classes offered. To make the site a daily destination, news, events and student work are featured prominently on the homepage.
We outgrew our former studio and spent the last couple months building and designing a new one. Although a few details are still coming together, here’s a glimpse of our space. Drop by and say hello.
We’re excited to see the work of two of our clients, Herman Miller and the LACMA, come together at the California Design, 1930–1965: “Living in a Modern Way” exhibition. The exhibition is the first major study on California mid-century modern design that includes a relocated Eames House Living Room that brings over 425 pieces designed by Charles and Ray Eames to life. The exhibition is a treasure trove of seminal design masterpieces with an entire display of every style Eames chair from 1939 to 1998. Watch a video on how they packed up all the Eames designs here.
The exhibition is open now until March 25th and is a must-see for all mid-century modern design lovers.
[Photos via the Curbed]