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Geek Reflective Derby | Kangaroo Island | South Australia

By Tracey Neuls EAST Posted: 2017-03-14

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Alice Prier wearing Tracey Neuls Geek Reflective Grey Derby shoes while visiting Kangaroo Island in South Australia. To read more about her adventures, follow the link here.

SAMPLE 4th & 5th March

By Jane Posted: 2017-02-28

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Hemingway Design present SAMPLE, a celebration of the start of the each new season through fresh produce and modern craftsmanship. A well curated showcase of creatives from worlds of fashion, beauty, art, design and homeware. Designer Tracey Neuls will have a selection of archive shoes and current styles at sample sale prices.

Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March
10am-5pm
Lots of size 37’s and prime sizes available
Prices from £50
CASH ONLY

Facebook Event Page

SAMPLE WEBSITE

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Tracey Neuls and The Cycling Store

By Tracey Neuls EAST Posted: 2016-12-07

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Ideas For Cyclists, the Telegraph

By Jane Posted: 2016-12-06

the cycling Store Tracey neuls Hackney St.cloudTell him you want a pair! Send him the link as a hint!

TORD BOONTJE, MANABU SHIMADA AND YAMAHA AT TRACEY NEULS

By Tracey Neuls EAST Posted: 2016-11-30

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Hairy Creature Speakers Exhibition took place 14th – 20th November an exhibition of extraordinary speaker prototypes designed by Studio Tord Boontje.

These prototypes were based on Yamaha’s Interior Audio Relit; LSX-70 and LSX-170. Tord’s design approach suggests a new perception of the beauty between industrial products and crafts, whilst keeping the lighting function and 360 degree sound system the same.

A kinetic 12.2ch soundscape, exclusively composed by sonic artist Manabu Shimada, was played using the 14 speakers. This composition consisted of two parts, a musique concrète soundscape using Yamaha field recordings, and a postmodern minimal music for piano and string quartet, inspired by the material of Hairy Creature Speakers.

More information regarding the exhibition see here.

Tord Boontje / Yamaha at Tracey Neuls

By Jane Posted: 2016-11-17

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What is the perfect design for the fusion of light and sound?

Hairy Creature Speakers is an exhibition of extraordinary speaker prototypes designed by Studio Tord Boontje.

These prototypes were based on Yamaha’s Interior Audio Relit; LSX-70 and LSX-170. Tord’s design approach suggests a new perception of the beauty between industrial products and crafts, whilst keeping the lighting function and 360 degree sound system the same.

We will exhibit two different types of speakers. Both speakers are prototypes embellished with horsehair, wood, yarn, sisal, plastics, acrylic, brass and crystals.

“Studio Tord Boontje has transformed these industrially produced speakers into handcrafted objects. This approach to technology stems from the studio’s desire to make everyday objects warm, characterful and materially interesting. ” says Bontje.

A kinetic 12.2ch soundscape, exclusively composed by sonic artist Manabu Shimada, will be played using the 14 speakers from the 18th to 20th November. This composition consists of two parts, a musique concrète soundscape using Yamaha field recordings, and a postmodern minimal music for piano and string quartet, inspired by the material of Hairy Creature Speakers.

Courtesy of Tracey Neuls, Yamaha Design Studio London will hold this exhibition at Tracey Neuls Marylebone. The speakers will be exhibited alongside distinctive shoes handmade by skilled craftspeople, with carefully chosen materials.

Event information

Title                Hairy Creature Speakers

Dates               Monday 14th November – Sunday 20th November 2016

Times              11:00–18:30

(on November 19th 12:00–18:00 / on November 20th 12:00-17:00)

Venue              Tracey Neuls Marylebone, 29 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2NQ

Entry              Free of charge

Evening Party      17th November 2016

Special Website

About Tord Boontje

Tord Boontje is known for his expression of romanticism in contemporary design. Some of his designs are whimsical and light-hearted; at the same time they can connect with strong emotions.

“I’m interested in creating elements for everyday life that are exciting and uplifting to live with,” says Boontje. With a strong interest in storytelling, nature, decoration, materials and technology, his work has an experimental approach. The results can vary from the ornate to the minimal, from the handcrafted to made-by-robots.

Tord Boontje Website

About Manabu Shimada

Manabu Shimada is a Japanese sonic artist based in London and Tokyo. His artistic work includes performances, installations and exhibitions; taking place predominantly in Europe. His technical expertise has allowed him to work as a composer and sound designer for many years, with companies such as Audi, Pioneer, BBC, Toyota and EMI. A showcase of Shimada’s creative work from his time spent in Europe, Pieces for her, was released in July 2016 on label Sounds et al.

Manabu Shimada

About Tracey Neuls

“Good design is something you feel as well as you see” – Tracey Neuls

Distinctive forms seen in the Tracey Neuls collections are all originally sculpted in clay by Tracey herself. This is rare; creating atelier quality, craftsmanship and individuality in a world where this often overlooked. Tracey Neuls launched her label in 2000. This Canadian born, London based designer, is known for her confident silhouettes that embody a sense of timelessness and with over 30 iconic collections to date, Neuls is a true expert in footwear. Tracey Neuls designs for the wearer, comfort is never compromised and her inspirations remain personal, conceptual and rebellious. Fuelled by Tracey’s passion for sculpture and good design.

About Yamaha Design Studio London

Today, London is recognized as one of the most vibrant and creative cities in the world. The city is a gathering point for creative minds to collaborate and exchange ideas in many different genres and disciplines. Yamaha Design Studio London has been contributing to such interdisciplinary discussions in this exciting city since 2005.

Yamaha Website

Gene in Japan

By Tracey Neuls Posted: 2016-11-15

Gene in Japan

Idn: International School News

By Jane Posted: 2016-11-04

Tracey Neuls Idn MagazineIdN magazine is an international publication for creative people on a mission to amplify and unify the design community. Spreading the Tracey Neuls School News…

Point 6 | Tracey Neuls | Morag Myerscough

By Jane Posted: 2016-10-28

Morag Myerscough, Tracey Neuls, point6 What a pleasant piece of writing about our Art Class with Morag Myerscough, thank you so much POINT6.

Simple things Mag

By Tracey Neuls Posted: 2016-10-28

Art Objects Tracey NeulsSpot the Red Denis and George Chelsea boot featured in Rachel Hazell’s @simplethingsmag, taking a peek into her house interior. Thank you Rachel Hazell – we’re in good company alongside @stockbridgeedinburgh @smithandgertrude @dicksedinburgh @moletamunro and @rondebik. Article by @claregogerty.