Oblong sofas, oval mirrors and spherical pendant lamps. Nordic rounded shapes bridge Scandinavian heritage and international contemporary design in Northern’s second furniture and home accessories collection.
The hope and vulnerability in the wake of the earthquake, Mexican women’s charisma and millennial’s lifestyle but also planets and satellites’ movements and reflections inspired these 7 Mexican studios at the INÉDITO exhibition.
Recinto, a volcanic rock used for centuries in Central America to create crafts encounters a minimalist and contemporary design in David Pompa’s META lighting designs.
Telescopic luminous globes, architectural zodiacs and philosophical rocking lamps. Archipanic selects 10 eclectic lighting designs shining in New York.
The playful chrome-plated geometries of the new Memphis school-inspired lamps by L.A. based Another Studio debut in New York.
Australian lighting design brand Articolo expands its collection with a set of wall, table and hanging lamps with an both opulent yet minimal feel.
During Milan Design Week cocktail Mecca Bar Basso showcased Gabriel Scott’s lighting designs tuning with Negroni Sbagliato’s colours and flavours.
On the 100th birth anniversary of Achille Castiglioni, FLOS launches special re-editions of quirky design icons Ventosa and Nasa and presents an exhibition tuning with the great Master’s motto “If you are not curious, forget it!”
A traditonal Jewish folk dance and the fascination for synchronized movement inspired Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges to design a poetic installation in collaboration with Wonderglass.
Artemide’s O lighting design collection by studio ELEMENTAL aims to reconcile the needs of the natural and the urban environment. Darkness and disappearance will be the contribution of “O” to nature and public spaces.
Cadillacs rising from the desert, kinetic wheels from hell and gravity defying shrines but also a temple doomed to burn down raising awareness on environmental issues… Welcome to Burning Man 2017!
Iridescent glass chairs, blossoming bubble tree-chandeliers and neon poetries in historical gardens. Don’t miss these 10 lighting installations at Milan Design Week.