Publicity


In landscape

Svavarssafn Art Museum´s winter exhibition. 06.11.2019-06.03.2020. A landscape gives a picture of a life that has taken place, is taking place and can even give a glimpse into the future.
Art work by:
Ásgrímur Jónsson, Efnasmiðjan; Elín Sigríður Harðardóttir og Inga Kristín Guðlaugsdóttir, Einar Þorsteinn Ásgeirsson, Guðmundur Einarsson, Jón Þorleifsson, Sara Björg Bjarnadóttir, Svavar Guðnason, Sigurður Einarsson og Thomas Pausz.



Mæna 2019

Mæna is a magazine about design and architecture, it is beeing published and designed of third year students in graphic design at the department of design and architecture at The Iceland University of The Arts. The Lupine Project is one of the subjects in the 2019 issue.

Five materials that could help us design a more sustainable future

Designer Seetal Solanki has released a book exploring natural and manmade materials that could be used to reduce human impact on the planet. In a Dezeen exclusive, she picks out five of the most innovative examples. The lupine material is one of the five examples.

Why Materials Matter  

Responsible Design for a Better World by Seetal Solanki. What does it mean to live in a material world? This book tackles these questions by focusing on various issues that human beings face and by discussing potential materials-related solutions. The Lupine Project is one of the projects in this book.

Designing for the Future

On June 13, The Nordic House. A seminar on current trends and concepts in interior design.
The Lupine Project was invited on behalf of the Iceland University of the Arts.


HA-07

The Lupine Project was in HA, Magazine on Icelandic design and arcitecture, this spring.

QEF

Annual Conference

on Integrating research into undergraduate learning was held by Rannis, at Reykjavik University in May. The Lupine Project was one of the Icelandic examples to be introduced.

DesignMars 2018 at LHÍ.
Matis X LHÍ Food Design and Food Venture Creation
https://honnunarmars.is/dagskra/food-design-and-food-venture-creation


All the universities in Iceland introduced their study programmes on 3.mars 2018. The Lupine Project was displayed at The Iceland Academy of the Arts.