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STUDIO PASCAL HOWE • Covered Identity - Side Table

Like forerunners, the ’Dining Table’ and ’Side Table’ report of the new collection ’Covered Identity’ of Pascal Howe. In contrast to living beings, objects have no self-defined identity. The identity is given and interpreted from the outside without any reflection or examine experience. This was the inspiration for ’Covered Identity’. Shapes that you would never find in nature and colours that covers every texture. One identity is disappearing that another one can exist. A canvas emerges to tell a story of a stranger.
It was a priority to design the shape with only using basic geometrical forms whilst following a strict geometrical principle. Besides the tabletop, every element is made of the same rectangular profile.

The Dining Table is available lengths like 210cm and 250cm and five different colours.

AWARDS
GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2015 NOMINEE
Covered Identity - Dining Table
Nominated by the German Design Council

On our webpages you will find more informations.

www.acme-supplies.com
www.pascalhowe.com

PHOTOGRAPHER
Cosima Hanebeck
http://cargocollective.com/wwwcosimahanebeckcom

ABOUT PASCAL HOWE
Pascal Howe was born in 1981 in Delmenhorst a city close to Bremen in the North West of Germany. He founded his company after finishing his studies at the University of Arts in Bremen 2013 as well completing an apprenticeship for a goldsmith. In 2015 himself and Moritz Putzier together founded ACME SUPPLiES. ACME SUPPLiES is based around an online platform, presenting works of various artists and designers for sale as well as creating a network between them for collaboration. “ACME SUPPLiES should be understood as more like a network that presents work rooted from original processes and not just current trends.“ Howe’s portfolio ranges from design of the everyday piece to works that are the visualisations of concepts. He considers his works more as something integral and blurs the separations between the different fields of design. Cheekily, he describes his work as “Something between Pop Art and Bauhaus.“

#StudioPascalHowe #PascalHowe #ACMESUPPLiES #furnitures #tables #diningtables #design #Berlin #sidetable
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Tadaaa...big thank you to the team of mintroom. There is true and deep love between mintroom, Studio Pascal Howe and acme SUPPLiES
From now on you can buy our new side table 'No.19' on mintroom as well.
Check out our products on the webpage -> http://www.mintroom.de/youth-design/brands/acme-supplies
‪#‎acmesupplies‬ ‪#‎mintroom‬ ‪#‎studiopascalhowe‬
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This year for the first time on show at the imm cologne 2016 - ACME SUPPLiES & STUDIO PASCAL HOWE presenting works of Pascal Howe and Moritz Putzier. We warmly welcome you to meet with us and to discover our works in hall 4.2, stand 017 until the 24th of January.
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IM WEISSEN ROESSL

The operetta "Im Weißen Rössl - The White Horse Inn" was staged six times in 2009 at the Shakespeare Company in Bremen/Germany. It was written by Ralph Benatzky and was first performed in 1930. The plot unfolds inside and around the hotel "Weißes Rössl" in Sankt Wolfgang located in the Salzkammergut region of Austria.

The protagonists arrive step by step in the White Horse Inn; between lush alpine meadows and the azure water of the Wolfgangsee in a romantic holiday atmosphere, the feelings grow and break out until everyone has found the right partner. The banal actions and music are devoid completely of kitsch. The basic structure of the visual concept created by Choon Ja Meinberg and Pascal Howe broke from the original. From a distance the fictional world fulfills every demand of kitsch, but the details become visible when viewed up close. The costumes were made of fine rib underwear stitched to resemble traditional and stereotypical clothing. The tree is only a fragile and ephemeral arrangement of old cables; the green is made of cable-fixers and the lush alpine meadows are only a projection that could not exist without human intervention.
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YEAR
2009

STAGE
Anselm Stälin
Annika Tritschler
Marthe Trottnow
me

COSTUME
Choon Ja Meinberg
Jasmin Thater
myself

SCREEN ANIMATIONS
Helene Maus
and i

DIRECTOR
Gregor Horres

PHOTOS
Eike Harder

#StudioPascalHowe #operetta #art #design #Berlin #Bremen
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LEFT HIND LEG OF URSA MAJOR

The fashion performance "Left Hind Leg of Ursa Major" was shown at the old listed production facilities of Kaffee Haag in Bremen/Germany on 2. July in 2010.
With the performance Pascal Howe wanted to create a framework for the different collections of the fashion designers Eva Baramsky, Elena Clausen, Hanna Sin Gebauer, Isa Griese and Julia Preckel that originated independently of each other.

He was inspired by the room that was nearly dark. Merely the tabular ceiling lamps set some light in the dark space, that seemed to be lifeless. Like stars in the universe, forerunners of life, the lamps also proclaim life surrounded by the black inside the facilities. A light-space in the form of Ursa Major, who surrounded the models with its seemingly unreal, soft and cold-white light originating from the lamps. Projecting the shadows, sanctioning the models energy to flow. Nearly weightlessly the models were led to the motion detectors from the "left hind leg" to the torso. Surrounded by a backdrop of sound between music and an acoustic atmosphere created by both cellists Matthias Boutros and Lynda Cortis. A phonetic that was amplified even stronger by the hall and it's stone walls, building up, ever more powerful and connecting with the environment as a whole. With the phonetics and the collection, the choreography changed fluently. Like interaction between celestial bodies, every model referred to each other. After the departure of all the collaborators, the Cellos fade out leaving only recognition for related ambient noise and the existence of an audience.

https://vimeo.com/21290236


YEAR
2 July 2010

PHOTOS
Rachel Pasztor
Susanne Petzold
Pascal Howe

MOVIE
Julian Hölscher
Pascal Howe

MUSIC
Matthias Boutros
Lynda Cortis

LEFT HIND LEG OF URSA MAJOR

#StudioPascalHowe #MoritzPutzier #fashion #performance #Berlin
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STUDIO PASCAL HOWE • VDI 2860 - The Worker

Everyone has their own zeitgeist; Pascal Howe's is – just like Pacman – firmly rooted in the Atari 2600 console world of tavhe 80s. He seems to have lost the fight against the invaders from the TV set, who have infiltrated his brain cells. Instead, he has created his own world, a world in which he is the boss.

“I am a child of the 80s and 90s”, he states about himself. His ideas emerge from the past and the present; they are influenced by nostalgic memories about his childhood as well as film and music. The Worker, a fusion between object and lamp is also the connection between dysfunction and function and the first piece of the collection VDI 2860. VDI is the official abbreviation of the German Engineers' Association and 2860 refers to the guideline, which describes the prerequisites a machine needs to fulfil to be classed as a robot.

Howe's inspiration for this collection came as he was shopping around for a turntable. His attention turned to the RPM1.3 from Pro-Ject. "When you look at it, you can immediately see how it works; the technology is not hidden from the user." And this concept is used by Howe in his work; technology plays a vital role and influences the design process itself. He wants to change a space's atmosphere and give it a surrealistic feel. With The Worker he not only discovered his fascination for technical details, but also for vinyl toys. “For years I wanted to do something in this style, and this project has given me the opportunity to do this”, he says. Vinyl toys, also known as art toys or design toys, are colourful plastic figures originating from the graffiti scene. The focus is always to use shape and colour to reflect the figure’s character. With The Worker however, that is stretched over four metres high, Howe wants to visualise his space-philosophy and not to create something only for decoration.


YEAR
2013

MATERIAL
cnc-cutted wood
acrylic paint

SIZE
normal / 1,20m x 1,20m x 2,40m
stretched / 1,20m x 1,20m x 3,60m

PHOTOS
Cosima Hanebeck

#ACMESUPPLiES #PascalHowe #furniture #furnitures #lamp #design #Berlin
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2015-10-30
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Cluster Dots

Without being limited to any specific form or function, the Cluster Dots are something in between a shelf and a closet. The dots turn your wall into a storage space for everyday objects in just a few steps. Things like notes, magazines, clothes, shoes or kitchen utensils can be hung or held behind the stretched line. The design can be implemented in a number of ways. Your choice of items determines the character of your personal Cluster Dots installation.
The design was made of the Berlin-based designer Pascal Howe and the Bremen-based designer Moritz Putzier.

The Cluster Dots are available in four different colours.

On our webpages you will find more informations.

www.acme-supplies.com
www.pascalhowe.com
www.moritzputzier.com

PHOTOGRAPHER
Dominik Wagner - http://dominik-wagner-photography.com/
Caspar Sessler - http://www.caspar-sessler.de/

#ACMESUPPLiES #PascalHowe #MoritzPutzier #furniture #furnitures #closet #shelf #design #Berlin
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STUDIO PASCAL HOWE • Covered Identity - Dining Table

Like forerunners, the ’Dining Table’ and ’Side Table’ report of the new collection ’Covered Identity’ of Pascal Howe. In contrast to living beings, objects have no self-defined identity. The identity is given and interpreted from the outside without any reflection or examine experience. This was the inspiration for ’Covered Identity’. Shapes that you would never find in nature and colours that covers every texture. One identity is disappearing that another one can exist. A canvas emerges to tell a story of a stranger.
It was a priority to design the shape with only using basic geometrical forms whilst following a strict geometrical principle. Besides the tabletop, every element is made of the same rectangular profile.

The Dining Table is available lengths like 210cm and 250cm and five different colours.

AWARDS
GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2015 NOMINEE
Covered Identity - Dining Table
Nominated by the German Design Council

On our webpages you will find more informations.

www.acme-supplies.com
www.pascalhowe.com

PHOTOGRAPHER
Cosima Hanebeck
http://cargocollective.com/wwwcosimahanebeckcom

ABOUT PASCAL HOWE
Pascal Howe was born in 1981 in Delmenhorst a city close to Bremen in the North West of Germany. He founded his company after finishing his studies at the University of Arts in Bremen 2013 as well completing an apprenticeship for a goldsmith. In 2015 himself and Moritz Putzier together founded ACME SUPPLiES. ACME SUPPLiES is based around an online platform, presenting works of various artists and designers for sale as well as creating a network between them for collaboration. “ACME SUPPLiES should be understood as more like a network that presents work rooted from original processes and not just current trends.“ Howe’s portfolio ranges from design of the everyday piece to works that are the visualisations of concepts. He considers his works more as something integral and blurs the separations between the different fields of design. Cheekily, he describes his work as “Something between Pop Art and Bauhaus.“

#StudioPascalHowe #PascalHowe #ACMESUPPLiES #furnitures #tables #diningtables #design #Berlin
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