Dancing paper, PVC hand blowing, mathematical clay vessels and inflatable leather… 7 Japanese rising talents experiment with materials exploring new aesthetics at Maison & Objet 2022.
Material innovation, upcycled furniture and digital exoterism. Dutch Design Week 2021 looks into the future of our homes and cities, challenging contemporary social and environmental issues with a proactive and positive attitude.
Can tomato plants and a server live in symbiosis? How much would you pay for a cloud? Would you use an influencer starter kit for your kids? We selected ten out-of-the-box graduation projects by Design Academy Eindhoven students on show at the MISSED YOU CALL exhibition in Milan.
Greenhouse 2020: a stool inspired by geological erosion, tilting wooden cabinets and sustainable benches made from corrugated roofing sheets.
Cotton and latex chairs inspired by rain and furniture betraying a certain fascination with heating… 6 French rising talents on show MAISON&OBJET 2020 in Paris.
The melting Arctic icecap, rippling ocean surfaces and Alpine waterfalls inspired sustainable projects and installations by the winners of the Swarovski Designers of the Future Award 2019.
Design Indaba competition 2019: a topsy-turvy blue love-seat, African and Bauhaus-inspired furniture and bridal colorful dresses and are among the 10 selected projects competing for South Africa’s Most Beautiful Object at Cape Town’s design week.
Stockholm 2019: from Norwegian-Japanese design bars to bread factories turned into temporary galleries and Nordic design talents shows.
A rebellious clothes hanger, a seat-less seat and a pink aquarium-cabinet. 10 lateral-thinking designs on show at Pure Talent 2019, IMM Cologne’s exhibition dedicated to the next generation of designers.
Smart lamps tuning with the colours of Nordic dawns, expandable wardrobes with a Russian Avant Garde imprint and white blood cell-inspired chairs. We selected 7 emerging Russian designers showcasing their work at the Salone Satellite exhibition in Moscow.
Nocturnal furniture for teenagers and adjustable chandeliers. At IMM Cologne 2018, the Pure Talent exhibition showcases up-and-coming designers exploring the interaction between furnitures and their owners.
A simple gesture invites you to compose geometrical patterns. Antonio Facco’s MONDO lamp debuted at Maison&Objet’s “Rising Talent” exhibition.
Bunnies, rhinos, buffalos and sheep make themselves at home in YUSO millennials-friendly upholstered seatings.
Glowing disks with shadows pointing different directions compose a rhythm of light in Sundial Chandelier by Maarten De Ceulaer.
From Berlin to Shanghai, new designs by Yuue include colourful stationery and a marble-steel lamp that bring a minimalist and playful mood into creatives and professionals’ studios.
Aljoud Lootah abstracts geometrical patterns to create Double Square minimal furniture design collection.
Young designers Sasha Braulov and Nasya Kopteva paid homage to Russian avant-garde architecture with a wooden stationery collection inspired by the volumes of iconic soviet buildings.
Carina Deuschl designed XTEND, a superlight portable bathtub that unfolds into a practical design… and folds back flat, for nomads on the go.
Baked upholstered mirrors, chemically oxidated sculptures, and poured bowls with fluid patterns. Emerging Scandinavian designers showcase their alchemic attitude at Maison&Objet’s exhibition TALENTS À LA CARTE.
Humble objects require simple gestures. Italian university students were challenged to think out of the box to design new rituals and actions for the pencil sharpener.
Paolo Cappello presents Caruso, a music cabinet with a gramophone trumpet tuned with high-tech digital sound technologies and contemporary design.
X-GON collection by DEFERRARI+MODESTI for Mirage features hexagonal porcelain tiles that can be studded into each-other or combined in countless combinations.
Studio BAAG took inspiration by children’s toys and created furnitures and home accessories defined by a playful imprint and a story-telling humour.
Jimenez Lai, founder of Bureau Spectacular, was announced as the winner of the first Lisbon Triennale Millennium BCP Début Award for architects under 35.
The Whale Bone project: ECAL student flies to Reykjavik combine “primitive” and contemporary design in Iceland.