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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 Studios designed Elkebana, a “wall trophy suitable for vegans”.
The designers duo Studio Vit presents a new collection of lamps that plays with two elementary forms, the cone and the sphere in different combinations.
Canella launched at Habitat Valencia the sofa designed by Javier Mariscal, who converted a classic piece adding new colours and playing with the quilted diamond pattern.
Designed by Studio Fem, the Waffle series is inspired by Danish classic sideboards and benches, industrial production techniques and traditional craftsmanship.
Eley Kishimoto and Studio MacLean transformed a run-down hairdresser in the second venue of Southerden Patisserie intensely characterized by pattern and lights.
An exhibition at the Het Nieuwe Instituut shows, in the form of a 3D documentary, how far-reaching innovation in materials has fired the imagination for a century.
The small lamp by the French designer Ionna Vautrin for Lexon can be hanged everywhere becoming a playful and reassuring light point.
Cutting and folding a simple sheet of paper Naoki Ono and Yuki Yamamoto – from Yoy design studio – created a collection of lamps like a A2-sized poster.
For this restaurant in Valencia Sandra Tarruella Interioristas took inspiration from Paris’ bistrot adding a contemporary mood with an installation made of 57 glass lamps.
Paul Timmer, Amsterdam based designer and woodworker, finished built this super engineered wooden bike, that weighs in at only 11 kg.