Front designs modular and foldable rugs for Spanish brand GAN which makes use a Middle Eastern flat-weaving technique to create ‘jigsaw puzzle’ furniture.
New York based brand APPARATUS extends its new series to reflect a modern approach to classic forms and functions.
Glowing globes on slatted metal sheets: Laurent pendant lamps by Lambert & Fils combine Art-Deco inspirations with contemporary geometries.
How can minimalist design diffuse light with an eclectic attitude? Resident furniture brand presents constructivist geometrical lightings that diffuse an enigmatic halo.
Aljoud Lootah abstracts geometrical patterns to create Double Square minimal furniture design collection.
Can a building be light, transparent and luminous but also provide privacy and offer a 180° panorama? Golf House by Luciano Kruk achieves that by overlapping concrete volumes with glass walls.
Border Table sketch-like designs by Nendo are tailored to fit and run across the contours of Eye of Gyre gallery in Tokyo.
At London Design Festival 2015, Aria design-store presents Walala in Da House. Memphis-inpired designs and an 80s style installation by London emerging talents meet a proactive attitude that reacts to the city’s criticized way of pushing away its youngest creatives.
Minimal and contemporary: Resident updates its lighting collection with designs by Cheshire Architecture, Flynn Talbot and the in-house studio of the brand from New Zealand.
Design studio Ladies & Gentlemen created the Shape Up lighting series for American design brand Roll & Hill playing with suspended minimal geometries.
Jordan sisters Nisreen and Nermeen Abu-Dail combined Jordan embroidery tradition with contemporary design.
Wästberg launches a conical set of supersized pendants that rebalances the original role of the lamp itself: to create a room in the room. Design by Claesson Koivisto Rune.
Inspired by 3D modeling, Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos created LOGIFACES, a three dimensional concrete puzzle to challenge architects and geeks with one simple rule: create a continuous surface by placing the prisms next to each other.
Inspired by the wildlife inhabiting Finnish forests, Sanna Annukka designed for Marimekko a collection with jazzy and quirky graphics for tableware, fabrics and home accessories.
Simone Subissati Studio designed a sculptured hair-styling salon balancing a volumes-vs-lines interior design according to Italian boutiques’ on-street level display.
Wallpaper brand Grow House Grow by Katie Deedy links graphically different cultures in search of a common ground and plays with the concept of sister cityhood and twin towns.
Created by four young Italian designers from Milan, Woodskin is the wooden sheet that flexes like a textile. This new composite and elegant material works like an organic architectural tissue that can be modeled and bent to create complex shapes.