One of the first projects I developed while working with ALM Project:
The Axial Tilt Share Plate is produced by Rosenthal and can be found in SFMoMA’s fine dining restaurant In Situ
Photo by Philippe Fragniere
Photos of Lily Pads by Elliott Burns
Likely taken in the Adirondacks in the 1960’s – 1970’s
Saved since kid days
In 2014 ECAL’s Master of Product Design class teamed up with Scott to develop a commuter bicycle.
Here are a few process photos for our group’s development.
Our team was comprised of Thomas Burns, Kasia Kempa, and Lucas Frank.
Here we are visiting Scott HQ, learning about bicycles.
Presenting to Scott Bicycles
As explained by D Neutra (son of R J Neutra) the Reunion House (2440 Earl St, LA, CA) was built as a spec house while the VDL was being repaired after a fire. The Reunion House was designed to accommodate an older family, after children have moved. There was a guest room for the children, and this is the origin of the house’s name.
Currently the house is well lived in by D Neutra and his wife.
Long horizontal brickwork (and tile in the kitchen) similar to some FLW brickwork.
Dion explaining the kitchen cabinet pulls…
The bathroom features a horizontal mirror with standard mirror cabinets floating in front. Also, clear story windows look through to an adjoining interior room.
Living room vibes…
Dion explains the significance of his sliding glass door, which leads to the patio. Largest? First?
Very nice galvanized exterior lamp