Milano Design City 2021: the world’s design capital hosts a phygital week with product launches, installations, archi-walks, virtual talks, and exhibitions.
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!
Fuorisalone fall edition: origami-like tables, armchairs experimenting with binary geometry, seats inspired by milking stools and a tribute to Beirut resilience.
After over 7 weeks of strict lockdown, Italy has flatten the curve and the government has started to lift some restrictions. Some of the major Italian design brands reopen factories with safety measures in place.
Doshi Levien’s drawings, prototypes and successful designs hang up on the walls and vaults of a labyrinthine pavilion inviting visitors to walk through an abstract version of their studio.
Interstellar Colombian crafts, smooth pebbles for Japanese gardens and a Milanese metro station inspired some of these 10 exquisite sofas launched at Milan Design Week 2019.
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!
A wicker lounge chair mimicking a peacock’s wheel, tongue-in-cheek seats inspired by shock red lipsticks and hammocks weaving all the colours of Colombia. Wether you are on the beach, in the garden or by the pool, embrace the summer with these 15 vibrant outdoor furniture designs.
Moroso launched Glider, a bulbous sofa designed by Ron Arad that is carved from a single volume and dressed with shaded coloured textiles by Febrik.
At Miami Art Basel, Moroso and Marina Abramovic strengthened their collaboration with performances featuring design projects by Daniel Libeskind and presented a “Portal” chair by Patricia Urquiola.
Three new residents just walked into Moroso’s home: Mafalda, Clarissa and Mathilda are the new collections of seatings designed by Patricia Urquiola.