Curatored by felix._Giles_Anderson + Goad, the Australian pavilion at Venice Biennale features real-world scale virtual models of unrealized projects in the last 100 years.
Italian firm Zanotta present the Undercover sofa by Anna von Schewen, an unexpected tailor-made and customizable collection that shows both internal and external textiles parts.
Japanese designer Jun Murakoshi presented BLOOM a delightful collection of vases that plays with a warm tension between blown-glass and cotton thread.
The Colour Globe lamps by Scholten & Baijings inaugurate a new collaboration with Moooi in the name of refinement and transparency.
NLXL browsed through Studio Job archives to present a wallpaper collection that pays homage to the estabilished design team.
Milan Design Week days can be experienced combining creative exploration with palate-teasing sessions. ArchiPanic shortlisted a small selection of what we consider the more convivial and unconventional meeting points and food-design related projects in town, from breakfast to late night cocktails.
From september 2014 the iconic architecture and design Italian magazine will be relaunched both on line and on paper under the editorship of Silvia Botti.
45° Lamp by Tuomas Auvinen for MUUTO exploits un-used corner spaces with a unconventional yet functional style.
Citizen debuts at Milan Design Week with “LIGHT is TIME”, a mesmerizing installation at Triennale developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects together with CITIZEN’s in-house design team.
Note design studio presents Rise sofa for Fogia, the soft upholstered shape rests on top of a base in wood effusing a warm and cozy Scandinavian feel.
Foster+Partners designs UAE pavilion at Milan Expo in 2015 combining ancient planning principles with Masdar City’s sustainable masterplan in Abu Dhabi.
FOG by Front Design for Zero is the lamp that resembles a fluctuating, mist-shrouded planet, a hovering globe that glows mystically in the room.
GamFratesi is Guest of Honour at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014. The Danish-Italian design studio literally blends arts and crafts with a perfectly balanced lounge area.
Lightwork Design premiers at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014 with handcrafted lighting projects that reveal the pure simplicity of raw materials.
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014: students of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design explore beyond the border of conventional textile furniture.
Maison&Objet teamed up wit Tasarim Publishing Group invited six rising talents from Instanbul to present their work at the Parisian international deco & design fair.
Inga Sempe completed Ruché, Ligne Roset’s bed collection, with a softly asymmetric one-armed chair able to bring together minimalism and tradition, softness and compactness.
Maison&Objet is ready to fly oversea with two international editions at Marina Bay Sands Expo in Singapore and at the “Gateway” to the Americas: Miami.
Landscape, Heliotropic and Beyond: these are 2014 design keywords according to Maison & Objet trend watchers at the ELSEWHERE exhibition.
MANTIS lighting by Bernard Schottlander for dcw. éditions counterweights and balances volumes and lines just like Alexander Calder’s artworks.
The Manta Underwater Room is the breath-taking floating project in the Indian Ocean that literally immerse guests in a responsible touristic experience with the lively murmur of the reef.
Arbutus+Denman created unique tiles that feature hand laced cords and add a layer of depth to any wall
The World Architecture Festival awarded the townhouses project by Somdoon Architects that integrates living spaces within greenery, conveying a sense of community in a residential suburb on the north of Bangkok.
Ventura Lambrate call for entries for Milan Design Week 2014, deadline 10 january 2014. Photos, link and video.
The next evolution in biking has finally arrived. With two third of our planet covered by water and one billion of bicycles, the BayCycle project is launching a next frontier: water biking.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean designed the Australian Garden, a natural park and a botanic path that shows how water shapes the country’s landscape.
CLUSTER has documented how individuals and communities are redefining trough protest and “slow encroachment” the meaning and the structure of Cairo public spaces.
He likes to call them CENEPULs, but they are not just lamps. Louis-Marie Planquette conceives and handcrafts unique lightings recycling early XX century antics and giving them a new life as timeless creations.
Established & Sons presents the range of resin and wood furniture according to an exquisite Japanese minimalist style
How would you define a brilliant idea that seems simple or easy after it has been revealed? Check the new drawer system of CARTESIA desk by Colors.