Through design, art and architectural society, there are creative companies that designate ideas and shape various projects to render as one whole creation. To answer people’ s curiosity, we executed to analyze their ability and existence as a creator- we call this the “Creative Factory” .
The 1990s was the beginning of an era when individual creative talents were free to shine on their own and designers continued to receive personal acclaim in the media. Now it seems the times are turning once again, as we feel on the verge of entering an era that once again seeks the cumulative abilities of organizations or groups over those of the individual. We at +81 have focused on both individuals and small units in the past, but this time we decided to give our attention to these larger assemblies that have grown so much during this chaotic era, giving rise to a seemingly endless stream of wonderful artwork. So, without any further ado, allow us to introduce a few of these ideal factories that fit the characteristics of the very rare and candid look that have grown greatly over the past decade.
Creators’ Interview
Architect / MVRDV, Thomas Eriksson Arkitekter, FRAME
Design / Base Design, 2x4, AKQA, Gestalten
Art / SANDWICH, Tom Sachs, TAR
Pick-up Artist / Haroshi, HEL YES!, Hideki Nakajima
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