April 2010


Sage Hospital – Senegal

Samstag, 17. April 2010

Senegal

The Sage Hospital is located in the Senegal 80km south of Dakar.

Initiated by two stewardesses members and friends of the Sage Club Berlin and diephotodesigner.de founded the non-profit association Sage Hospital e.V. in 2003. They declared to support the hospital for 10 years.

Now the house is reconditioned for the second time and equiped with an ambulance, needed technik and consumer goods. The team of Dr. Amie Labou and 6 nurses care for about 700 patients per month. Beside this they especialliy care for babys and children. So there are born about 60 babys ervery year.

To generate money for this project the Sage Club in cooperation with diephotodesigner.de and Manteuffel Entertainment yearly organised charity events like partys, open-air & classical concerts and art exhibitons in Berlin and Hamburg. Further a lot of private people spend money and equipment for the project.

Only by the assistance of many people a permanent success and thus an assistance for local humans is possible.

(mehr …)

New website for Sage Hospital

Samstag, 17. April 2010

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Together with Branko May (./bin/branko.de) diephotodesigner.de concepted and designed the new website of the Sage Hospital. It shows informations about the project, the team and what happend in the last years. In more than 120 articles in three languages you can see about 780 pictures sorted by themes.

Please visit and support Sage Hospital:
www.sagehospital.de

Fuori Salone in Milan | Lamp Collection „Malva“

Mittwoch, 14. April 2010

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diephotodesgner.de produced an image serie of the new lamp collection „Malva“ for the presentation at the exhibition „Made in Berlin 2010“ during the actual design week in Milan.

ett la benn designed the lights inspired by the natural qualities of cellulose and viscose: The objects are generated by the forming of moistened sponge cloth and its subsequent hardening by air drying on a mould.

The translation of this customary material into individual design pieces through basic processes of forming and drying measures up to the highest demands in sustainability and eco friendliness: all objects are compostable.

BMW engeniering and office building, Munich

Samstag, 10. April 2010

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Architecture: Plajer&Franz Studio