Iconic Design

Pictures taken at Morgan Works London by Rittergut & Runnymede What makes a design iconic? To me, it’s about being different, daring, and not trying to fit into a mold. A few months ago, we saw some very beautiful Morgans up close at Morgan Works London in...

Asking for Nothingness

Image: Asking for Nothingness by Navin Rawanchaikul at National Gallery Singapore. Taken by Rittergut & Runnymede Navin Rawanchaikul is an artist born in Thailand we came across in Singapore in 2018. The image shows the installation Asking for Nothingness, part of...

The Spun Chair

Image: Spun Chair by Heatherwick Studio / Magis Official at The Design Museum, taken by Rittergut & Runnymede Is it a spinning top or a vessel turned out of clay? Well, its a bit of both. One of the first prototypes was made from plywood and clay. The Spun Chair...

A Wave of Artefacts

Image credits: Tang Shipwreck Collection, on display at the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore (2018). Image by Rittergut & Runnymede The 9-th century Tang Shipwreck, also known as the Belitung Shipwreck or Batu Hitam (meaning “black rock”) Shipwreck, held...

Design legends

Image taken at The Design Museum London by Rittergut & Runnymede. ​These 2 legends of 20th-century design hardly need an introduction… A truly inspiring husband and wife team, their names are always mentioned in conjunction. On our last visit to the Design...