Time-challenging glassware collections, deep-blue-tinged antiques found in flea markets, and a Renaissance Milanese villa are the ingredients of Fferrone’s ultramarine banquet and installation capturing the essence of ‘Neo-Grannysm.’
Colorful ‘brut vessels’ inspired by Le Corbusier’s architecture, ‘galactic’ tableware tuning with a David Bowie 80’s hit and dyed marble… At Maison & Objet Fall 2019, designers blended materials with colours in unexpected ways.
böjte-bottari has created the BLURRED ROOMS exhibition for Paola C to showcase new collections by Neri and Hu, Jaime Hayon and (a+b) dominoni, quaquaro.
A bowl capturing the dynamism of a liquefied vortex and candle holders inspired by the biological process of cell growth. Zaha Hadid Design’s new fluid tableware designs interpret the ordinary into something unexpected.
Marimekko presents new design collections bring spring into homes with geometric hydrangeas and urban-inspired geometries.
Minimal and simple home collection by Iittala with fashion designer Issey Miyake highlights Japan and Finland increasingly similar aesthetics.
Smooth geometries meet quirky glass creatures. In Milan, Paola C. launches Table Joy tableware collections by Aldo and Matteo Cibic: uncle and nephew exchange thier views on design.
Formafantasma designed an intimate kinetic installation made with marble, brass and fabric to celebrate Estabilished & Sons 10th anniversary at London Design Festival.
With Nouveau Rebel lightings, glassware and accessories collection, Lee Broom adds a playful and contemporary twist to Carrara marble unique elegance.
Japanese design studio Nendo managed to work glass like it was a patchwork quilt.
With the Flask Vase, Flask Light and Dewar Light, young Dutch designer David Derksen payed omage to the work of XIX century phisician James Dewar who was in search of the absolute zero temperature point.