Ivanka reinterpreted Ottoman architecture patterns for Budapest historical bath that was extended and renovated to provide a stunning view on the Danube river.
At Milan Design Week, high-tech surfaces brand Cosentino enhances the architecture and design performance of Dekton® material with Monica Förster studio’s tableware and outdoor lighting and a with a monolithic installation by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
Moroso launched Glider, a bulbous sofa designed by Ron Arad that is carved from a single volume and dressed with shaded coloured textiles by Febrik.
In Milan, Cassina launched Réaction Poétique design collection by Jamie Hayon who took inspiration by the work of Le Corbusier, 50 years after his death.
Smooth geometries meet quirky glass creatures. In Milan, Paola C. launches Table Joy tableware collections by Aldo and Matteo Cibic: uncle and nephew exchange thier views on design.
Transnatural Label & Lab explored the the world of synthetic fabricated bio materials and presented the Living Matter(s) exhibition at Milan Design Week.
Campeggi launched Self made seat sofa by Matali Crasset: individual upholstered modules with fluo fabric straps can be assembled and carried like suitcases.
Poetic Lab designed for Beyond Object a sculptural desktop collection that reduces volumes with an architectural minimalist approach.
In Milan, AGC showcases a mesmerizing installation featuring high-tech glass panels with an innovative technology that allows to capture projected videos and display see-through moving images.
Cozì design studio debuts in Milan with a collection of lighting fixtures and accessories that brings design technologies to the tipping point.
Do we really need to care about the usual polemics about Milan Design Week? Let’s get a life and bury the design hatchet… Sincerely, ArchiPanic.