Questioning the role of traditional trade fairs, Salone del Mobile 2023 announces a practical single-level exhibition display and rethinks the Euroluce lighting design show as a citadel of lights.
Best of ISH 2023: Japanese bento boxes-inspired basins, high-performing tech whirlpools, 3D-printed sinks, and more.
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.
Model-turned-designer Meyghan Hill empowered herself by picking up a welding torch after a breakup. Emiliana Gonzalez and Jessie Young of Studio Persona interweave their feminine minimalism with Uruguayan brutalism. At the same time, Another Human’s Leah Ring challenges traditional constructs of form, drawing inspiration from the Memphis Group and outer space. Discover the work and stories of 7 LA-based female designers making a difference in the City of Angels.
Platform and exhibition Ung Svensk Form 2023 at the Stockholm Furniture Fair featured several projects made from new recycled materials, repurposing neglected objects, or re-thinking waste as a design opportunity.
Convivial Y-shaped urban benches, shifting hammocks/sofas, and 3D-printed high-end circular seats. Archipanic explored Stockholm Design Week 2023. Check what we liked the most!
Today, ‘Love is in the air,’ as John Paul Young sang. We wish a Happy Saint Valentine’s Day to all design lovers.
Poetic luminous compositions, onion skin textiles, and inflatable armchairs inspired by boats’ buoys. Seven rising talents Made in Spain showcase their ultimate collections in Paris.
Jonas Bohlin and Christine Ingridsdotter created Underbar, a temporary and 100% circular bar where every element and material from furniture to walls, lamps, and ceiling will have a second life after the fair.
The ‘Design by Nature’ exhibition plunges visitors into a forest-like environment where some of Front’s most iconic projects are on display, along with sketches and drawings highlighting the studio’s enduring fascination with Nature.
Blossoming porcelain chandeliers, ancient Greek terracotta vases, and sofas inspired by snow-topped brutalist buildings. We selected seven highlights at Maison & Object 2023.
From Japanese calligraphy-informed furniture to lighting designs inspired by brutalist places of worship. We rounded up our favourite design launches of 2022.
Best of Dubai Design Week 2022: a pavilion made of upcycled fishing nets, an installation celebrating Iranian women’s endurance and persistence, and more.
SABI creates a furniture family informed by the ink-black swift strokes of Japanese calligraphy. “Each piece possesses its own expressional character,” the studio founder Sabina Blasiotti told Archipanic.
Galerie kreo tasked international designers to reinvent the humble and functional ladder, probably one of the least-cared-about objects of contemporary design.
A floating chair inspired by childhood memories and tables made from discarded sheet metal. Eight ‘fair’ and ‘slow’ designs at Edit Napoli 2022.
Hovering lamps, suspended tables, and fluctuating beds. We selected six furniture designs that seem to float in mid-air with style.
Contemporary classicism, Middle Eastern memories, and Nature’s organic shapes are the key trends of Paris Design Week 2022. Check what we liked the most.
NOOM and volunteers weaving camouflage nets during the first months of the Russian invasion craft the Gropius Chair Military Edition.
3 Days of Design 2022: Denmark’s furniture and lighting festival returns with a positive attitude, theme and incitement: ‘Remember to play!’ We have selected seven designs on display.
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.
Alcova 2022: onyx portals, inflatable furniture and magmatic parallelisms. Archipanic’s editor-in-chief Enrico Zilli selected eight innovative design projects on show.
Tortona Rocks 2022: discover an interactive musical lighting design show, anamorphic street art and rising talents from Germany and Slovenia.
Architectural benches, multi-dimensional mirrors, modular stools and pop rugs. Mana Sazegara presents two brand-new design collections playing with geometry and colour.
Masquespacio unveils a collection of dysfunctional furniture designs/functional artworks at the ‘Form & Texture’ showcase in Milan.
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.
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.
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.
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.