A Japanese exquisite tea set, soft green hues, subtle patterns and bespoke furniture. The TIME FOR TEA installation brings together crafts and design from across the globe, one sip at a time.
Concrete cake cake stands and candle holders. Gian Paolo Venier translates Iranian architecture into a tableware collection for UrbiEtOrbi.
Lunar landscapes, Italian pasta rituals and translucent tea time according by Tom Dixon… It’s time for being together with convivial tableware in Paris!
Aljoud Lootah translates the intricate patterns of Emirati architectural heritage into TEBR porcelain collection of vases and tableware.
Marimekko presents new design collections bring spring into homes with geometric hydrangeas and urban-inspired geometries.
Färg & Blanche experiments with felt to create Succession Ceramic, the new organic-shaped tableware design set of French brand Petite Friture.
Alessi Circus tableware collection by Marcel Wanders aims to bring “wonder before our very eyes” with Strongman, the Jester, the Ballerina, the Ringleader and Candyman. Five limited edition designs with a quirky attitude.
PINWU design team has spent four years of extensive research on Yuhang’s traditions to create a contemporary design set according to ancient Chinese craftsmanship.
SmallerObjects presents a new collection developed by international designers who believed in Claesson Koivisto Rune alternative royalty model.
Renown designers created Menu new collections of chairs, accessories and tableware according to the motto “Modernism Reimagined”.
Minimal and simple home collection by Iittala with fashion designer Issey Miyake highlights Japan and Finland increasingly similar aesthetics.
PearsonLloyd designed new workspace solutions with a collection of furniture and tabletop accessories that improves dialogue and interaction between people.
Make that studio designed Pètra, a reinterpretation of an ancient Moorish jug with the smooth shape of the pebbles found in the bottom of a Sicilian 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.
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.
Dubai-based designer Aljoud Looutah created the Oru Series, a design collection in teak, copper and felt inspired by origami tradition.
Multicolour floral patterns bloom in Missoni Home tableware collections in collaboration with the historical porcelain manifacturer Richard Ginori 1735.
Designers and makers from Ireland and international influencers presented collections meshing craft and heritage to update on the ultimate Irish design trends.
British heritage and minimal sculptural aesthetic inspired the copper and brass stationery by Tom Dixon to enhance the modern table.
Colourful clay vases lock together with a steel tray thanks to hidden magnets that keep them in a upright position. Design by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Muuto.
Inspired by the wildlife inhabiting Finnish forests, Sanna Annukka designed for Marimekko a collection with jazzy and quirky graphics for tableware, fabrics and home accessories.
Alessi brand new wine-set “Noé” by Giulio Iacchetti blends ergonomics with irony and takes inspiration by Noah main passion after shipping the Ark to shore.
Levante is the new collection of bowls by Alessandro Zambelli presented at PADIGLIONE ITALIA, the indi designer collective at Ventura Lambrate during Milan Design Week.
Imperfect Design presented the “Bat Trang” tableware a collection designed by Arian Brekveld in collaboration with craftsmen from Vietnam: a perfect match between Vietnamese craftsmanship and Dutch Design.
Simon Legald completed the perfect Danish tea set with collections of vases, candleholders and trays for Normann Copenhagen.
Vincent van Duysen wooden and earthenware pottery collection brings you down memory lane with simple and smooth shapes inspired by Nordic skies.
Japanese design studio Nendo managed to work glass like it was a patchwork quilt.
With the Flask Vase, Flask Light and Dewar Light, young Dutch designer David Derksen payed omage to the work of XIX century phisician James Dewar who was in search of the absolute zero temperature point.