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.
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.
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.
Design Miami 2021 focuses on human-based projects. From ceramic vessels reinterpreting the African diaspora to ‘floral’ cabinets exploring ideas of ephemerality, decay, and more.
Material innovation, upcycled furniture and digital exoterism. Dutch Design Week 2021 looks into the future of our homes and cities, challenging contemporary social and environmental issues with a proactive and positive attitude.
We have created a Pinterest board rounding up what we liked the most at CERSAIE2021.
Design is coming home, in Milan. Salone del Mobile 2021 opens its doors with the Supersalone special format and event.
Finally, Milan Design Week is back! Supersized beach cabins, a courtyard filled with orchids and a pavilion made from sustainable chairs. Fuorisalone 2021 unveils former military barracks and forgotten bakery factories and unlocks new destinations in the unexplored west side of the city.
September 2021: from Milan to Chicago, from Seoul to London, Beijing and Paris. We round up 15 international fairs, festivals and biennials in this super creative month.
Leading Chinese and international brands go on show at Design Shanghai 2021. The fair returns to the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center with a program of talks and a range of exhibitions exploring how design can have a positive impact on people and the environment.
After a turbulent week of discussions, Federlegno announced that the 59th Salone del Mobile will go ahead with a curated edition.
Salone del Mobile hangs ‘in the balance’ as Italian furniture companies – including the big ones – withdraw from the fair, now postponed to September due to Covid-19, over concerns foreign exhibitors and buyers won’t come to Milan.
We will have to wait until September 2021 to finally enjoy Milan Design Week. Salone del Mobile.Milano postponed its 60th edition which, for the first time, will bring together Euroluce, Eurocucina and all the product categories, representing a special moment.
From upcycled mozzarella boxes to rare discarded marbles creating new sculptural poetries. There is a lot of care, masterly hand-work and exquisite design-thinking at Edit Napoli 2020. Check what we like the most!
A Victorian greenhouse with a warning climate change message, dogs’ architecture, biophilic design and architectural soundscapes explorations. London Design Festival 2020 goes ‘phygital’, focusing on the city’s resilient imprint.
Palm weaving techniques, traditional Middle East architecture and landscapes of shape-shifting dunes are re-interpreted in contemporary designs at Downtown Design 2019 in Dubai.
Afghani crafts, a pavilion inspired by wind towers of the Gulf and a gateway exploding the patterns of light created by traditional gridded windows in Middle Eastern architecture. We rounded up some of the best installations and exhibitions at Dubai Design Week 2019.
Set in a Dominican convent and church in the earth of Naples, the first editiion of EDIT Napoli brings together the city’s unique vibrant imprint and its international role of Mediterranean capital of culture to celebrate the new generation of independent designers.
Wild, untamed and uncontaminated: MAISON&OBJET international furniture fair in Paris presents 2016 design trend.
Maison&Objet is ready to fly oversea with two international editions at Marina Bay Sands Expo in Singapore and at the “Gateway” to the Americas: Miami.