Architectural benches, multi-dimensional mirrors, modular stools and pop rugs. Mana Sazegara presents two brand-new design collections playing with geometry and colour.
Scenographer Francesca Montinaro designs the set of Eurovision 2022. Inspired by the Italian sun, the stage features a kinetic sun, pyrotechnics light shows, waterfalls and a lush garden plateau inspired by Italian gardens.
For the EGEO greek restaurant in Valencia, Masquespacio sought to represent the essence of classical Greek architecture with a contemporary twist.
DesignMarch 2022: up-cycled minerał wool, crayons made from Icelandic clay, an icy puffer coat filled with discarded face masks found in the street of Reykjavik and more…
Archipanic’s new design contributor Antonella Galimberti collects 12 flower-shaped chairs and design stories to celebrate spring with comfy alcoves, vibrant petals and crafted bouquets.
‘Social Sacrifice’ highlights the tensions that emerge between collective action and individual freedom as well as how these change in the presence of external threats.
Coachella 2022: iridescent towers inspired by Roman architecture, a giant cocoon composed of iconic chairs, a pavilion made from PVC tubes and oversize tilted buoys bringing people together.
At the iconic Giovanni Nicelli airport, on the occasion of the Venice Art Biennale, Milan-based Nilufar Gallery brings together works by great masters with contemporary artists and designers.
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…
Living Divani Gallery presents SOLILOQUI: MILANO, an exhibition by artist Gianluca Vassallo capturing the city’s dynamic urbanscape and featuring Living Divani’s FROG chairs as a pivotal narrative point of connection between people.
Until May 1, Homo Faber 2022 takes over the Island of San Giorgio with 15 exhibitions pushing the boundaries of craftsmanship while focusing on the importance of international and cross-generational collaboration.
The force of gravity, the lightness of air, the ascent of magma, and the mysteries of Saturn inspire Ginger & Jagger’s EARTH TO EARTH furniture design collection debuting in Paris.
Forced to flee, Irina Dzhus supports Ukrainian charities with an impromptu collection developed from garments salvaged from a single emergency suitcase.
Inspired by Henry Matisse’s artwork, Maison Matisse opened the door of its concept design apartment and boutique, showcasing highly crafted wood, textile and ceramics pieces.
Soap bubbles-planets, champignon poufs and rattan bistro chairs… We have selected 10 French ‘Design Editeurs’ launching new furniture collections at Maison Objet.
Dancing paper, PVC hand blowing, mathematical clay vessels and inflatable leather… 7 Japanese rising talents experiment with materials exploring new aesthetics at Maison & Objet 2022.
Craftsmanship embraces high-tech innovation, bespoke design blends with pop culture. “Clearly, there is a new trend, a new luxury consumer, who is totally different to the ones we had a few years ago.”
In the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Marcin Rusak Studio teamed up with artists and designers from around the globe to aid migrants with the online charity project ICFU – International Creatives for Ukraine.
Glamorous gloves for dirty nails, a pocket pruner working like a Swiss knife and a luminous rake you wouldn’t want to walk on. We embrace spring with 7 stylish urban gardening designs.
After two years of absence, Salone del Mobile.Milano 2022 will be back to its full pre-Covid capacity featuring over 2.000 exhibitors. Russians and Ukrainians won’t make it to Milan due to the war, maybe Chinese too because of the pandemic.
From Verner Panton’s modular sofa to Mathieu Lehanneur’s street lamp and Ron Arad’s armchair, we picked 7 clover-shaped designs. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
NOMAD St. Moritz 2022: a contemporary take on Shakers’ design and a celebration of Brazilian modernism are among the highlights of the nomadic event now back to the Swiss Alps.
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.
Archipanic stands for Ukraine. Here we collect architecture and design news related to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war. “The mission of architecture and design is to create spaces where people can share a better future. War is just the opposite of it; it destroys both the physical space and its purpose.” Enrico Zilli, Archipanic Editor in Chief.
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.
Happy 2022, happy Year of the Tiger! A denim fashion collection co-designed by tigers, a wallcovering paying tribute to an extinct feline and artificial animal parts for Chinese Medicine that save big cats’ lives.
January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, an invitation to remember and reflect on our past and to contribute to shaping a humane future. It is not time to forget!
Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile 2022 have been rescheduled to June. The postponement “will ensure a strong presence of foreign exhibitors and professionals,” said organizers.