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Lidewij Edelkoort presented at the Fuorisalone Fetishism, an inspirational exhibition to express a newly emerging trend in design and culture.
Jo Nagasaka, founder of Schemata Architects, designed for the Japanese furniture brand Ichiro a collection based on traditional japanese art and craft techniques.
News / Hirotaka Hashimoto
For 15 years Ousmane MBaye repaired fridges in Dakar, Senegal. One day he made a chair out of recycled steel, the first of a series of furniture made of steel and recycled oil drums.
News / Urban Nilmander
Elica presented at the Salone del Mobile new collection of cooker hoods and defines the areas of technological innovation with a project by stARTT architects.
News / Gabriele Lungarella
In “Sense of Sound” exhibition at Z33 (Hasselt), sound manifests itself in many shapes and forms: vibrations, magnetic fields, electrical discharges or waves of feedback.
The installation by Barkow Leibinger at the BDA (German Association of Architects) Berlin Gallery takes on the debut for a series focusing on 2D, 3D in architecture.
Merel Bekking has presented the results of the work she has carried out in recent months using magnetic resonance imaging as a design tool.
News / la redazione di Domus
The huge confidence that design can improve society is a common trait of the projects presented by Korea, China, Hong Kong during Milan Design Week at La Triennale.
The eclectic Jan Boelen, director of the Z33 Arts Centre in Hasselt and of the Ljubljana Biennial of Design (BIO), presents the 50th edition, where a team approach will triumph.
Interviews / Maria Cristina Didero
A “light” intervention by Joe Velluto featuring the involvement of Alessandro Mendini and the curatorship of Beppe Finessi prompts reflection on the subject of creativity and creative inspiration.
Tokyo Designers Week visited Milan, bringing all the creativity of the city of Tokyo into the heart of the Zona Tortona.
How can we create surroundings that stimulate creativity? Luca Nichetto came to the aid of Kinnarps, trying to answer the question with an unexpected and lively exhibition design for Pelota.