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From a contemporary material such as sintered polyamide and a sixteenth century cabinet de curiosité comes the lamp designed by Marco Lafiandra for .exnovo.
For Camper store in Stockholm Nendo designed rolled paper-like structures to display the footwear, giving a sense that the shoes are balancing on this objects.
At the occasion of its 50th anniversary, Nya Nordiska revisits some fabrics made by the Swedish company in its history, re-evaluates them in a contemporary way.
In this shop designed in Barcelona by Dear Design a three-dimensional grid creates a permeable structure that grows according to a relation inspired by the Fibonacci sequence.
Antigone Acconci and Riccardo Bastiani developed a collection of kitchen accessories in natural brass, with an industrial look and generated by the use of discs.
Ikea launched a new collection of side tables and lamps turned into charging spots, that features also a wireless charger that you can build into furniture yourself.
For an exhibition devoted to chaos, People’s Architecture Office (PAO) developed two repetitive systems to create unexpected relationships amongst disparate elements.
21_21 Design Sight’s new exhibition celebrates everyday design and invites visitors to answer questions on the measurement system by confronting them with contemporary design and lifestyle.
Reviews / Rafael A. Balboa, Federico Scaroni
Inspired by water as energy for life, Gupica designed her new collection of modular furniture and fabric wallpaper that will be on view at Salone Satellite 2015 in Milan.
At Rome’s Galleria O, Anastasio’s objects speak of a dimension in which objects and furnishings are imbued with a soul, thought and function that moves seamlessly from one to the other.
Art / Domitilla Dardi
In her collection for Zanat, Swedish designer Monica Förster finds inspiration in nature to modernize the woodcarvings preserving, however, the genuine technique.
Inspired by ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of harmonious floral compositions, Fabio Milito and Paula Studio designed Elkebana, a “wall trophy suitable for vegans”.