Best of Collectible 2023: portable and collapsible thrones, polyurethane foam and fiberglass furniture, and wooden architectural seats exploring the act of resting across different cultures.
Collect international fair shines a light on the post-pandemic state-of-the-art of the craft and design market – in the UK and abroad.
Textiles and ceramics, contemporary art jewelry, the African diaspora’s cross-cultural fertilisation, and K-Culture are among the key trends of Collect 2023.
Blossoming porcelain chandeliers, ancient Greek terracotta vases, and sofas inspired by snow-topped brutalist buildings. We selected seven highlights at Maison & Object 2023.
At the ‘Ukraine: The Art of Resilience’ exhibition, ancient traditions blend with contemporary design to highlight the Ukrainian spirit.
We have created a Pinterest board rounding up what we liked the most at DesignMiami 2022. Check it out and find out more!
The best of NOMAD Capri 2022 is on Archipanic. Vibrant fabrics dance with the breeze, biophilic ceramic totems and resin-based furniture recall infinite shades of its sea.
Design Miami/ Basel 2022: FAINA Gallery presents the STEPPING ON UKRAINIAN SOIL exhibition, “reinterpreting the country’s heritage and crafts through contemporary design,” says Ukrainian-born gallery founder Victoria Yakusha.
With ‘Little Monsters Scary Beasts,’ Nadja Zerunian presents design and craft projects supporting artisans from Serbia, Albania, Hungary and Romania.
Ukrainian ancient crafts, Louis Carrol’s in-wonderland quirky furniture and Gio Ponti’s ode to colour. Design Miami/ Basel 2022 looks back to look forward. The Golden Age, reimagined.
The WOVEN WHISPERS exhibition by Richard Yasmine is a praise of craftsmanship and a proclamation to preserve nearly extinct crafts while exploring the relationship between the East and the West.
Venice 2022: Forma Fantasma’s capsule exhibitions at La Biennale di Venezia, Homo Faber’s ode to craftsmanship, Galleria Nilufar’s design exhibition, Studio Drift’s mesmerising flying drones, the opening of the magnificent Procuratie Vecchie restored by David Chipperfield Architects and more…
Craft Scotland: sustainable seaweed textiles, sculptural vessels inspired by the Scottish landscape and porcelain animals inspired by myths and children’s stories.
Robert George debuts at Collect Art Fair with Simmer Down, four sculptural vessels respectfully crafted from saw felled Sycamore and storm felled Oak.
UN Year of Glass: mysterious constellations, ancient African crafts and dichroic transparencies shine at Collect 2022.
Sustainability, glass celebration, unconventional textiles, post-pandemic memories and optimism are the key trends to look out for at Collect 2022.
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The Massless collection of tables, vases and seats combines metal, marble and leather in search of unexpected aesthetics.
With the ‘Forbidden Fruit’ installation at Design Miami/ Basel 2021, the eclectic artist and designer creates a still life setting reflecting on moral codes, prejudice and lust.
Design Miami/Basel 2021: Space Age-inspired parametric sofas, blackhole mirrors between the parallel universe and the antiverse and a constellation of lighting designs blooming in mid-air. We round up 12 must-see best exhibitions on show.
We sat down with Elena Salmistraro to talk about her projects at Milan Design Week, what the pandemic has taught us for good, women in design, and her positive attitude toward the future.
Hope, togetherness, grief and remembrance are the intimate feelings that inspired international designers such as Jaime Hayon, Federica Biasi, Luca Nichetto and Marcel Wanders to create ten candleholders for the A FLAME OF RESEARCH project by Mingardo. The unique pieces will be auctioned to support cancer research.
Made from bamboo, washi paper and translucent silk, the Hyouri collection pays tribute to traditional Kyoto lanterns and comprises designs that “seem to swallow parts of themselves.”
A cornucopia for times of scarcity, glass forms shaped by the Tasman Sea tides and Algae-bioplastic tableware. 6 conscious Australian designs at Melbourne Design Week 2021.
The legacy of objects across generations, urban innovation for entirely self-sufficient future cities and collaborative crafts are among the highlights of Melbourne Design Week 2021.
Craft trends – Despite the pandemic, a growing interest in craft foreshadows a brighter phase for both galleries and creatives.
Collect 2021: at the 17th edition of the only gallery-presented art and crafts fair, many are the pieces inspired by budding plants, blooming flowers and thriving reefs. It’s about time to leave the winter behind. Check the pieces we liked the most.
Hand-made for over ten years by Zecc Architecten, its residents and their befriended craftsmen, the Steel Craft House is a fine example of self-building.
With the UP IN SMOKE project, Ornamentum gallery presents the first high-end functional marjuana smoking collection created by contemporary studio artists from the jewelry, silversmithing and design world.
DesignMiami/ 2020: from Shakers objects to Black Live Matters-inspired works, but also Native Indian textiles, the new generation of immigrant American designers and dinosaurs’ skeletons. Aric Chen curates DesignMiami/ Podium, the fair’s major phygital exhibition.