Bodies in Motion made its world premiere at Milan Design Week 2019. As part of the event's annual celebration of style, creativity and innovation, the experiential installation captivated over 15,000 individuals from around the world. Here a few highlights:
Bodies in Motion was recently named a Finalist for the SXSW 2020 Art Program. Learn more about the program and the full list of finalists.
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Humanscale leverages new technology and functional design to transform traditional offices into active, intelligent workspaces. As the leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance ergonomic products, Humanscale improves the health and comfort of work life.
Committed to making a net positive impact on the earth as well as its customers, Humanscale’s products are designed with a focus on function, simplicity and longevity.
From being a part of the permanent collection at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum to receiving Red Dot recognition for its products, Humanscale has garnered global attention for its design ingenuity and impact.
Todd Bracher is a designer and strategist, known for his irreducibly complex approach to design. His work, which ranges from furniture and objects to lighting and architecture, strikes a rigorous balance between art and functionality, driven by science, nature and truth.
His studio, founded in 1999 and based in New York City, focuses on brand differentiation for clients including 3M, Cappellini, Fritz Hansen, Georg Jensen, Humanscale, Issey Miyake, and Jaguar, drawing upon the experience and expert network that Todd has built over two decades, including 10 years working, teaching and living in Copenhagen, Milan, London and Paris.
Todd has been honored as a Top 100 Global Design Influencer by Wallpaper* Magazine, two-time International Designer of the Year, and has received numerous Red Dot’s Best of the Best Awards for product design.
Studio TheGreenEyl is a design and research practice based in Berlin and New York. They create exhibitions, installations, objects, images, interactions and algorithms. In order to engage with an audience of diverse backgrounds, they aim to translate complex topics into tangible, visceral and aesthetic experiences.
The studio was founded in 2009 and has since worked internationally with partners from culture, industry and research, such as the Jewish Museum Berlin, the MIT Media Lab, Carl Zeiss, Disney Research and Universal Music. Their work has been exhibited at the MoMA New York, Ars Electronica Linz, Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin and at the Design Museum London.