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The Stage: Todd Bracher about his vision of “Das Haus 2017”

Illustration: Todd Bracher
Illustration: Todd Bracher

Todd Bracher reconfigures the elements of home living in “Das Haus” at the imm cologne 2017. Offset cubes, a roof that seems to float above the building and a luminaire that evokes the sun or moon hovers in between. The US designer Todd Bracher paints a picture of a future way of living, the structure of which is determined not by a sequence of traditional spaces but by spaces geared towards the needs and wants of modern people. What this exactly means will he tell us at his lectures at The Stage.

Photo: Lutz Sternstein
Photo: Lutz Sternstein
Todd Bracher is widely regarded as one of the leading lights of the American design scene. The son of a carpenter, he was born in New York in 1974 and later graduated from the city’s renowned Pratt Institute with a degree in design. Copenhagen, Milan, Paris, London to name just a few stations in Europe before he settled in Brooklyn again in 2007 to focus on his own studio , which he had founded in 1999. From his New York base, he collaborates with leading design brands all over the world, including Cappellini, Fritz Hansen, Herman Miller, Humanscale, Issey Miyake, Swarovski, Zanotta and 3M.

Lecture: Das Haus 2017: Todd Bracher presents his transatlantic Vision of Living
Speaker: Todd Bracher
Date: 16th and 17th January 2017
Time: each 10:45 am
Place: The Stage, hall 3.1, D002

The complete programme you will find here.