Impressions from a quiet saturday in the lower east lab – we just love our berlin lab!
It serves really, really well as design studio, creative learning space, co-working space, home for Camillo’s Cafeteria and Camillo’s Paladar, workshop room, class room for our urban safari’s – and meeting space for a lot of inspiring people. Thanks for divine intervention.
Impressions from the Lower East Lab
A stack of pictures from the Lower East Lab from a sunny Tuesday in February.
The lab is really a thrill as a design studio on a quiet, concentrated and cosy working day, and for a hectic and noisy one as well. Last week we had a big dinner, more than 20 people had a joyful Wednesday evening in Camillo’s Cafeteria, with food, wine and the good talks. Next week a group from Switzerland will join the creative forces here in Berlin, transform the lab into a creative learning space and work on their “new business“.
A lot of stuff is going on right now, and you are very welcome to come by, if you want to enjoy the lab for real.
Our place is very suitable for creative meetings, a workshop, co-working for some days, good talks, for coffee-drinking and a lot more.European Ceramic Context 2014
“European Ceramic Context 2014 forms part of a biennial symposium for European contemporary glass and ceramics on the island of Bornholm in Denmark. Through comprehensive exhibitions, workshops, master classes and lectures, an opportunity will arise to discuss and present the best of contemporary European ceramics today.” (text from the website)
Lower East have worked for this event since 2008. We created the visual identity, designed the websites, catalogues, posters, postcards, invitations etc. During the process, we always have an inspiring dialogue and cooperation with the director of the Biennial Susanne Jøker Johnsen.
For the European Ceramic Context 2014, which opens 13th September we already designed the website, postcards and posters. For the visual identity we developed a new colour scheme, ending up with a beautiful set of colours ranging from lavender over light and dark violet to a warm clay-grey and a dark liver-brown. For the poster graphics we have been playing around with the clay figures by Danish artist Louise Birch. On the poster we imagined, that the figures were in an exhibition space – exploring art, meeting each other, relaxing and enjoying a bit of yoga in between conferences and workshops. They are full of humour and we love them.
Read much more about European Ceramic Context 2014 on the website. We recommend you to visit Bornholm in September 2014 to see the fantastic exhibitions or maybe take part in a conference, workshop etc. Enjoy!
Bornholm Biennials for contemporary European glass and ceramics are jointly organized by Bornholm Art Museum, The Royal Danish Academy, School of Design Bornholm and Grønbechs Gård.