The first genderless voice technology and retail space but also a gender-free furniture and pioneering beauty brands… Archipanic explores the ‘neutral’ leading trend going beyond stereotypes.
Design Indaba competition 2019: a topsy-turvy blue love-seat, African and Bauhaus-inspired furniture and bridal colorful dresses and are among the 10 selected projects competing for South Africa’s Most Beautiful Object at Cape Town’s design week.
A chair inviting to seat on an open palm and spider lamps with hand-shaped lampshades. Crosby Studios creates Ultraviolet and hands-full furniture inspired by the Radical Design movement.
Papal robes from the Vatican and designs by Alexander McQueen, Versace, Yves Saint Laurent and more… The Heavenly Bodies exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art features a dialogue between fashion and masterworks of medieval art, architecture and crafts.
Recycled stools re-shaped by random salt crystallization, animal-free paper and silk clothes which harm no butterfly. Vegan design is possible, says Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana.
Brightly coloured walls and mind-bending geometric designs transform a Parisian basketball court sandwiched between a pair of apartment buildings into a futuristic sport venue.
OVERVIEW exhibition at Design Museum Holon explores the relationship between vision and design through one of the most important inventions in human history: eyeglasses.
MAD Architects design Xinhee fashion house corporate building as a sutainable flower-shaped and human body-inspired architecture dressed with floating-free translucent draping.
Icelandic musician Björk unveils the Rottlace mask, a 3D printed design by Neri Oxman that was shaped from the artist’s musculoskeletal system.
Sou Fujimoto designs Forest of Light installation for fashion brand COS: cones of light interact with visitors in a suspended and misty atmophere.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts presents #techstyle, an exhibition showcasing the tech-side of future catwalks. From Ralph Lauren’s phone charging bag to Iris Van Herpen’s Water Splash Crystallization dress but also an artificial leg and clothes that hug or change colour.
Minimal and simple home collection by Iittala with fashion designer Issey Miyake highlights Japan and Finland increasingly similar aesthetics.
Wonderwall studio designs Diesel new store in Manhattan merging “a fashion alternative to luxury” with industrial design to create a “house of denim” for all the brand’s fans.
Inspired by the architectural ingredients of King’s Cross, London brand Cubitts presents a collection of handcrafted glasses made in coal, concrete, rust and copper.
Design Museum Holon showcased a solo exhibition of Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen who meshed traditional craft tecniques with 3D printing.
Multicolour floral patterns bloom in Missoni Home tableware collections in collaboration with the historical porcelain manifacturer Richard Ginori 1735.
Lou Moria designed simple and cheap vacuum-formed shoes that can be quickly produced and fully recycled thanks to thermo-forming technology.
At DesignMiami/2014, the Bass Museum of Art celebrates the work and persona of flamboyant architect and designer Peter Marino with a solo exhibition that cross-pollinates fashion, art and design.
Garden Glory design brand of green-fingers’ tools plays the tongue-in-cheek card to affabulate “glamorous people with dirty nails”.
Algaemy by Blond&Bieber is the biodynamic and colour-changing collection that investigates the potential of micro algae in textile printing for fashion and design.
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.