London-based designer Yinka Ilori created a vibrant pavilion named Filter Rays that explores the relationship between light and colour.
Truly Design Crew combines art, design and innovation with an anamorphic mural celebrating the plurality of perspectives and sustainability.
Architectural benches, multi-dimensional mirrors, modular stools and pop rugs. Mana Sazegara presents two brand-new design collections playing with geometry and colour.
Are you ready to drive a chameleon car harnessing the technology of Kindle’s electronic paper? At CES 2022, BMW unveiled the potential for future interior and exterior applications of the colour-changing E Ink coating in automotive.
Archipanic looks into the true colours of marketing, starting from Very Pery, Pantone’s 2022 colour of the year, to Cadbury’s Royal Purple and Milka’s lilac but also Anish Kapoor’s blackest black and the pinkest pink.
Stefan Scholten, Birgitte Due Madsen and Studio Pepe present exquisite design projects challenging unsustainable marble and stone production processes.
A shock-pink block party structure for communal gathering and an architectural-scale urban painting revive a vacant lot in Bell Park, Chicago.
A welcoming green space, pink alcoves and a blue pool-hued zone for underwater-like dinners. Masquespacio’s interiors for the new BUN restaurant in Turin invite for a chromatic burger experience.
Adam Nathaniel Furman has created ‘Proud Little Pyamid,’ a giant psychedelic installation in the heart of Kings Cross.
It’s Pride month! We look into the graphic design of 9 Pride flags celebrating the open-minded and inclusive fluid diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual – LGBT – community and beyond.
The LEGO® Everyone is Awesome buildable display model is inspired by the iconic rainbow flag, which symbolizes love and acceptance by the LGBTQIA+ community.
Helmut Jahn, the Flash Gordon of architecture, brought a ‘glitzy’ and bombastic attitude to postmodernism, from Chicago to Berlin, Philadelphia, Bangkok and beyond.
Vibrant interlocked convivial chairs, duct-taped blankets and ceramic tableware moulded with a fabric imprint are among the projects by international emerging designers on show at Kvadrat’s KNIT! phygital exhibition.
Thai design studios KAOI and THINKK translated Ettore Sottsass’ bold design into the playful EBBA chair which can be composed according the user’s personal taste.
Rainbow gradient splashes and geometrical misty glass surfaces contrast in BUZAO’s HALO design collection for Gallery All.
Splashes of colour, custom furniture and and contemporary interiors reference the glorious past of the Felix Mertis building in the Dutch Capital.
Soft geometric shapes and mint, purple and deep red interiors thrive in Fredrik Paulsen’s DESIGN BAR at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
What if it a hand gesture or a swipe on the phone could monitor and control the energy consumption and environmental performance of your home? DiCE smart home device helps to check on air quality, control energy waste and monitor plants health through a colorful interactive design.
As you walk in the lobby of the Sanderson London hotel, Yinka Ilori’s colourful Christmas tree glows, framed by modernist architecture and eclectic interiors.
A cafe where to smell and taste pure blue-ness, an urban blue ‘lightscape’ installation raising awareness on climate change and a Russian Suprematism-inspired monochromatic bar in Moscow… 7 Classic Blue atypical projects going beyond the Pantone® hype!
Experts at the Pantone® Color Institute declared that Classic Blue is the 2020 trending-colour. Doesn’t it sounds as if a global team of food arbiters announced cheese as the dairy product of the year?
De StraatMakers collaborative installation, Atelier NL has invited Eindhoven’s residents to collect soil samples in their favourite urban places “to reflect on the unique characteristics of the very place we call home”.
Maxim Kashin has created a purple suprematist interior design highlighting the superiority of colour over the form and the pure geometry of space.
Colorful ‘brut vessels’ inspired by Le Corbusier’s architecture, ‘galactic’ tableware tuning with a David Bowie 80’s hit and dyed marble… At Maison & Objet Fall 2019, designers blended materials with colours in unexpected ways.
Pamela Tan’s PROJECTION: KITE colourful installation explodes the architecture of a kite to create a sense of festivity in Malaysia.
Pavilion Le Corbusier in Zürich has reopened after an extensive renovation that brought to life the architect’s final masterpiece. Conceived as ‘a synthesis of the arts’, the building combines art, architecture and life – with colors, iconic furniture and modernist interiors harmoniously blending with the surrounding garden.
“Unexpectedly, from my experience, the strongest street art lovers are generally older people who find a new way to live their city evaluating its aesthetics and social potentials, while younger generations harness art from Social Media,” says to Archipanic Italian street artist Peeta.
Dedalum new ‘luminarium’ by Architects of Air is inspired by Greek mythology, Roman architecture and somewhere between a womb and a cathedral.
Bold colors and patterns inspired by Sottsass and Mendini vibrate in Adam Nathaniel Furman’s ultimate collection developed with Abet Laminati.
2LG studio’s fresh twist on the iconic LGBT+ rainbow flag dresses ercol’s iconic seat “to champion love, freedom, joy and ultimately, the belief that everyone has a right to be themselves.”