The ultimate paper tablet, concrete pens for concrete writing, a BauHaus-inspired alarm clock for some good analog time, and more. We selected eight design ideas for architects, writers, and poets.
Kaleidoscopic experiences, brutalist swiveling seats, urban stone circles and more… London Design Festival 2022 celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Lighting designs inspired by Brutalist churches and temples, a virtuous Babel tower, volcanic rock lightings, anamorphic murales and a design gin garden. The best of Milan Design Week 2022 is on Archipanic.
Ethereal lanterns, glowing concrete mushrooms and luminous abstract sculptures. Discover 7 lighting designs debuting at Milano Design City 2021.
Tom Dixon visited Milan as a hologram to launch the BURST and HYDRO collections across two iconic architectures in town by Ignazio Gardella and Oscar Niemeyer.
We have created a Pinterest board rounding-up somewhat we liked the most in Stockholm Design Week and at the virtual Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
Tom Dixon and Zaha Hadid candle holders, Ingo Maurer’s magical LED ‘flames’, a simple A4 paper sheet flickering design by Kazuhiro Yamanaka and Pelty candle-powered speaker. 5 out-of-the-box candle-designs humbly revealing hidden science and technology.
Paul Cocksedge ‘slumped’ tables, Tom Dixon glassblower geometric barware and Thomas Heatherwick’s verdant table forests are among the 8 British furniture designs we liked the most debuting in London.
A Victorian greenhouse with a warning climate change message, dogs’ architecture, biophilic design and architectural soundscapes explorations. London Design Festival 2020 goes ‘phygital’, focusing on the city’s resilient imprint.
From Tom Dixon’s multi sensory explorations to Lara Bohinc lunar showcase and urban interventions by Paul Cocksedge, Camille Walala and more. We have picked 8 designers’ installations at LDF2019.
Monochromatic lava interiors and verdant alcoves frame Tom Dixon’s latest collections at The Manzoni, the British designer’s permanent restaurant and showroom.
An ode to the moka, ice cream inspired 3D-printed beach furniture and more… Check these 8 food design projects at Fuorisalone 2019; starting from the power of the next generation of designers tackling environmental issues with technology and creativity.
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!
From Renaissance perspectives to CAD software visualisations. 6 architectural patterns building up a trend at Maison & Objet and Paris Deco Off.
Uruguay’s cutting-edge design scene, a mind-powered airship and an exploration of how bigdata can help us to design better cities… 10 must-see design exhibitions at London Design Festival 2018.
5 eclectic glass designs launched at Maison & Object 2018: from Kengo Kuma’s charred crystal vases to Zaha Hadid’s rippling vessels and Tom Dixon’s home terrariums.
Lunar landscapes, Italian pasta rituals and translucent tea time according by Tom Dixon… It’s time for being together with convivial tableware in Paris!
What if highly industrialized furniture harnessed functional ideas from the online design community? IKEA and Tom Dixon present DELAKTIG modular bed/sofa for nomadic millennials and are set to launch an open source design platform.
Nursery rhymes and a bespoke carousel, giant bugs backgrounds and a design cineforum but also Barcelona creativity, a tactile glass installation and more… Check these 10 big shows at Fuorisalone 2017.
David Chipperfield, Sam Baron, Thomas Heatherwick, Foster+Partners, Tom Dixon, David Adaje and many other British designers and architects oppose Brexit as it could compromise Britain’s leading role on the world stage, scare foreign investors, impoverish precious creative exchange and even cause a shortage of construction workers.
MULTIPLEX pop-up store: Tom Dixon and Wallpaper* rethink and foresee the retail of tomorrow at Old Sefridges Hotel in Oxford Street, London.
British heritage and minimal sculptural aesthetic inspired the copper and brass stationery by Tom Dixon to enhance the modern table.
At Milan Furniture fair, Tom Dixon luanched the CLUB series updating the conventional Gentleman’s club into a contemporary version of the historic British members club.
The Dock, hosted by Tom Dixon is one of the epicenters of London Design Festival that floats in the West London canal-side estate and erupts into an emporium of hyperactive creativity.