Archipanic meets Lebanese designer Nada Debs who created playful and human-based furniture collections meshing Middle East craftsmanship with her international imprint.
Impetuous sofas, flamboyant carpets and afterparty melted disco-balls. Everybody rocks with the the Disco Gufram collection!
Spanish brand new company Nagami re-thinks design in the new age of technology bringing 3D printing and robotic manufacturing to large-scale products.
A humble cabinet for contemporary creatives, a framed minimalist clock and multifunctional measuring tools. Ladies & Gentlemen reinterprets Shakers’ humble furniture for Furnishing Utopia design collective in NYC.
The best of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2018 is on Archipanic. Read our report of the Nordic design fair of the year and flickr through our dedicated Pinterest Board.
Northern Lighting announces the launch of Northern, a furniture and interior accessories brand taking the contemporary Nordic spirit in the living room. We selected 8 millennials-driven designs for a cosy cocktail party at home.
The Barn & Fences furniture collection for well-balanced acoustic work environments features repeatable fence-looking room dividers and a barn-shaped muted pavilion.
Paris Deco Off and Maison & Objet 2018 took over the Ville Lumiere. Read our report of the Parisian design events and flickr through our dedicated Pinterest Board.
Multitasking side tables and pastel coloured poufs: Iratzoki Lizaso design Egon, a furniture collection for millennials’ co-living and co.working lifestyles.
The best of IMM Cologne 2018 is on Archipanic. Read our report of the first design fair of the year and flickr through our dedicated Pinterest Board.
Gold and silver are some of the most unsustainably recycled materials in the global electronic waste emergency. With the Ore Streams exhibition FormaFantasma looks into this challenge starting from an imaginary office design collection.
Lee Broom celebrates 10 years of design with an all-black capsule collection and the ON REFLECTION installation at his London showroom which tricks visitors with an optical illusion.
Sou Fujimoto’s BOOKCHAIR design for Alias embeds a sinuous and extractable seat into a minimal bookshelf to highlight the relationship between a book and its reader.
Raw bamboo canes tight with chords compose the SOBA flat-pack furniture by Stefan Diez who teamed with Japanese craftsmen.
A selfie-proof vanity table and virtual reality rugs. With the Athena collection Olivia Lee explores women’s new rituals in the age of the Internet of Things.
Carlo Ratti Associati presents SWISH, a kinetic prototype-stool that makes use of a digital fabrication technology for programmable wooden furniture.
Designers narrate Moooi’s extraordinary life through their projects debuting in Milan. Archipanic met Marcel Wanders, Maarten Baas, Luca Nichetto and more.
What if highly industrialized furniture harnessed functional ideas from the online design community? IKEA and Tom Dixon present DELAKTIG modular bed/sofa for nomadic millennials and are set to launch an open source design platform.
The CARTA collection by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban features tables, stools, chairs and chaise lounges made of paper tubes used to store architectural drawings and birch plywood frames.
Bespoke rugs, glossy table lamps and tilting vases. The Inspired in Barcelona: In and Out exhibition brings together the true avanguarde of Catalonia designscape.
Soft warriors: samurai armour-thrones, stitched metal chairs and baked furniture. Färg & Blanche solo exhibition in Milan showcases an out-of-the-box tailoring approach to design.
Ingot benches, golden swings and gambling games to win a week in the Cayman Islands. GOD exhibition by Atelier Biagetti explores our obsession for money.
Omani architecture becomes furniture in British designer Bethan Gray’s expanded collection made of maple wood, brass and mother pearl.
Aljoud Lootah translates the intricate patterns of Emirati architectural heritage into TEBR porcelain collection of vases and tableware.
At Design Shanghai 2017, big international companies showed off along with the status of the art of independent Chinese design. Archipanic selected 10 renown, up-and-coming brands, galleries and designers from Jamy Yang to Yuue, WUU and more.
Beijing based designer Frank Chou combines metal, wood and fabric to create neat designs for the fan chair and stool for work and home environment.
Mustafa Basaran creates ATRIA side table, an outdoor furniture made of metal with a minimal and linear design.
Omani-inspired cabinets functional praying consoles and skyscraper-looking tables. Archipanic previews 10 projects and designs by innovative women at Design Days Dubai 2017.
Janette Ewen’s Roaring Twenties design collection brings back the subtle glam-attitude of velvety Speakeasies and vintage fashion.
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017: leading Scandinavian brands like Hay, Artek, Republic of Fritz Hansen and Carl Hansen & Søn reissue Nordic design classics by Arne Jacobsen, Alvar Aalto and more.