Emirati architectural photographer Majid Al Bastaki presents Palm Repose, a bench drawn from the palm-rich vistas of the UAE.
Dubai-based Dachah Studio created two seats inspired by traditional elements, garments and landscapes of the UAE.
Knitty lounge chair resembles a giant ship knot or an oversized ball of yarn every cat would dream of, but it is a beacon of comfiness.
Ron Arad transforms a discarded mattress into Matrizia, Moroso’s high-end, ready-made, unconventional sofa.
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.
From Japanese calligraphy-informed furniture to lighting designs inspired by brutalist places of worship. We rounded up our favourite design launches of 2022.
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.
NOOM and volunteers weaving camouflage nets during the first months of the Russian invasion craft the Gropius Chair Military Edition.
Materiality, movement, gravity, and colour swivel at SolidNature and Sabine Marcelis’ interactive installation for London Design Festival.
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.
From Verner Panton’s modular sofa to Mathieu Lehanneur’s street lamp and Ron Arad’s armchair, we picked 7 clover-shaped designs. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Have you ever taken a seat in a blooming flower? Born as an impossible digital project on Instagram, the Hortensia Armchair by Andrés Reisinger & Júlia Esqué is a dream come true thanks to Moooi, and now available to all in real life.
Classic geometries and minimal contemporary aesthetics blend in Richard Yasmine’s ‘Flowing Fragments’ design collection made from upcycled sedimentary and basaltic stones.
Stockholm 2021: the largest Nordic design week went mostly virtual this year. But that didn’t stop brands and designers from unveiling brilliant furniture designs. Check what we liked the most.
A pointed rocking chair and a Chaise lounge composed of interlacing planes. Thomas Musca and Duyi Han joined forces to cast lightweight beton brut furniture combining brutalist aesthetics with computer programming.
Thai design studios KAOI and THINKK translated Ettore Sottsass’ bold design into the playful EBBA chair which can be composed according the user’s personal taste.
Ropes and metal tubes compose the Rope Chair by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec which shape shifts according to its user. The designers launch also a wall hook named Tupla.
2019 Best Design. A chair made from 100 % recycled plastic from fishing nets in the Arctic, a floor-to-ceiling luminous belt and violently psychedelic benches are among our favourite furniture designs of the year.
A haunted soul trapped in a transparent acrylic chair and faint sheet draped gently over the memory of a seat. 6 spooky chairs celebrating Halloween!
A decapitated swan float poking fun of Instagram influencers, patterned inflatable pools and air-filled bouncy furniture for the living room, the garden or the poolside.
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.
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH – GTV 2019 collections were designed by Micheal Anastassiades, Gam Fratesi storagemilano and more.
Monochromatic lava interiors and verdant alcoves frame Tom Dixon’s latest collections at The Manzoni, the British designer’s permanent restaurant and showroom.
Terracotta hued tiles, vases made from ceramic and paper and wicker outdoor chairs. The Inspired in Barcelona Mediterranean Design exhibition brings together some of the city’s leading furniture companies and internationally renown designers.
Singing chandeliers and ‘walking on clouds’ rugs. Moooi’s 2019 exhibition in Milan unveils few new products within a smaller location. This year, the company is set to introduce new collections at other design events across the globe.
The first genderless voice technology and retail space but also a gender-free furniture and pioneering beauty brands… Archipanic explores the ‘neutral’ leading trend going beyond stereotypes.
Stellar Works’ 2019 collections by Neri&HU, Space Copenhagen, Yabu Pushelberg and more highlight the international imprint the the Chinese brand as well the strong links with its hometown Shanghai and Milan, the brand’s design ‘godmother’.
At Design Shanghai 2019, 10 Chinese design brands launched brand-new series inspired by millennials’ lifestyle, digital algorithms, paper clips, quirky comics and even Minions.
Gareth Neal digitally crafts the Hack Chair II, a Georgian seat trapped in a raw oak lumber using a robotic arm as an extension of the craftsman’s hand and tactile knowledge.