An ode to the moka, ice cream inspired 3D-printed beach furniture and more… Check these 8 food design projects at Fuorisalone 2019; starting from the power of the next generation of designers tackling environmental issues with technology and creativity.
Jorge Penadés has converted left over extruded aluminium profiles into a colourful collection of vases called PISCIS for BD Barcelona Design.
Rossana Orlandi’s ‘Guiltless Plastic’ project, Google smart installation exploring the psychology of design, a new creative district hosting the very first Republic of Design and more… The very best of Fuorisalone 2019 is on Archipanic!
Salone del Mobile 2019, the gargantuan furniture fair of the world’s most influential design event is the one the started it all. On show truly top-notch products ranging from lighting design to furniture for the workspace of tomorrow and sustainable food-related innovations by the next generation of designers.
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Are you ready for a furniture rollecoaster? Our Milan Design Week Guide for Dummies offers practical info and tips to explore the world’s leading design event.
The first genderless voice technology and retail space but also a gender-free furniture and pioneering beauty brands… Archipanic explores the ‘neutral’ leading trend going beyond stereotypes.
A Buahaus-looking tap, a polyurethane bouncy wash sink and ’90’s HiFi—inspired shower button mixers. 10 innovative bathroom designs debuting at ISH 2019.
The ‘Broken Ocean’ glassware series by Sophie Thomas and Louis Thompson captures the ominous and chaotic beauty of entangled ghost nets being pulled out from the deep ocean. The duo has worked with hand blown glass, waste glass fragments and found ocean plastic from Hawaii and other beaches around the world.
Stellar Works’ 2019 collections by Neri&HU, Space Copenhagen, Yabu Pushelberg and more highlight the international imprint the the Chinese brand as well the strong links with its hometown Shanghai and Milan, the brand’s design ‘godmother’.
At Design Shanghai 2019, 10 Chinese design brands launched brand-new series inspired by millennials’ lifestyle, digital algorithms, paper clips, quirky comics and even Minions.
Vibrant colours interweave with fluid geometries within Zaha Hadid Design’s RE/Form pixelated carpets and installation at Design Shanghai.
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Null and Hot iridescent furniture design collections by Buzao are made from electroplated stainless steel and iridescent blue tinted glass.
Chinese and international creatives met at Design Shanghai 2019. On show electroplated stainless steel benches, inside-out upholstered seats, furniture tuning with the new rituals of Millennials and more…
Graphic designers respond to 99designs’ call to reinterpret famed logos with a Bauhaus makeover. Rounded typography, bold shapes and primary colours take over Apple, Netflix, Adidas, Starbucks and more…
Low quality fakes sold online, the need for more crafts-related courses and Brexit. At the Collect fair in London, we interviewed the Crafts Council’s Executive Director Rosy Greenlees about the opportunities, challenges and risks of one of the UK’s most dynamic sectors.
Folk musical instruments-inspired designs and custom-designed furniture feature in Ya Vsesvit’s monochrome co-working space in the Ukrainian capital. The workspace for young creatives hosts also an architectural studio, a lecture hall and a design gallery.
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Collect 2019: a bejeweled shawl hijab encouraging conversation about the role of the hijab today, blown glass visuals infused with fishnets and plastics addressing to the oceans’ pollution issue and digital technologies merging with bespoke creations. Isobel Dennis, Director of Collect – The International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design, highlights some of the main trends to look out for in London.
Design Indaba competition 2019: a topsy-turvy blue love-seat, African and Bauhaus-inspired furniture and bridal colorful dresses and are among the 10 selected projects competing for South Africa’s Most Beautiful Object at Cape Town’s design week.
A bulbous 3D-printed bio-architecture powered by bacteria’s photosynthesis and an algorithmically designed spatial scaffolding revealing the alien beauty of spiders’ crafts. ecoLogicStudio’s bio-digital sculptures merge Nature’s architectural imprint with synthetic technologies.
Italian designer master Alessandro Mendini passed away aged 87. We pay tribute to his outstanding legacy with a gallery of some of his most iconic projects.
Acclaimed Italian designer, architect and philosopher Alessandro Mendini has passed away aged 87 leaving behind an extraordinary legacy of work spanning from architecture, industrial design and illustration.
Quilted fabrics exploring the complexity of migration, handcrafted bioplastic vessels and nun-shaped lamps. 6 inspiring design series on show at Nomad St Moritz 2019.
Bulbous loaf-shaped table lamps, a Swedish crisp bread-inspired chandelier and Mr N great grandpa chair. Färg & Blanche’s new furnitures and objects debut at The Baker’s House exhibition in Stockholm.
Bold nuances define Diversity, Bolon’s new flooring collection reflecting the plural design imprint of the Swedish company.
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Originally designed for Stockholm’s Nationalmuseum Artek’s Atelier chair is a versatile wooden seat paying homage to Nordic design, and ready to fit in public spaces, homes and offices.
Iittala’s new ‘family’ of plates, bowls and glassware by Jasper Morrison loose the formality of a table setting and helps to create a more homely and relaxed atmosphere.