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Encouraging new insights into the historic house, the exhibition at Chatsworth incorporates contemporary designs, alongside the collections of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
Nendo turned the space of the first overseas shop for BbyB. into a three-dimensional version of the chocolate packaging, where the chocolates seem to float in a transparent chest of drawers.
Using vintage Italian furniture and collaborating with the artist Lise Casalegno Marro, elips design creates in London an open space where customers can experience the world of pasta.
Anabella Vivas’ project – on view during Milan Design Week – investigates if and how design processes can take advantage of the integration of natural elements in terms of creation.
The contrast between the solidity of the wooden base and the thinness of the steel stem gives shapes to Noneli, designed by Auriga Studio for Formabilio.
“Gaetano Pesce: One-of-a-Kind Iconic Works, 1969-2015,” shows at Allouche Gallery maquettes, furniture, vases and drawings by the visionary architect, designer and artist.
“Presenze, Unknown biographies of hundred objects.” collected in Spazio Ex-Verniciature of Allestimenti Portanuova, Milan, 100 objects selected because of their story.
On view at Artifact #B during the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne the hand blown glass elements inspired to Homo Ludens, designed by Celia-Hannes.
Among Cassina’s novelties for Salone del Mobile 2015 the wooden object of Réaction Poétique, designed by Jaime Hayon and inspired by the works of Le Corbusier.
On view at Design Museum the 76 nominated projects, including microchips that mimic human organs, a campaign promoting ugly vegetables and a book printed without ink.
Matali Crasset designed Petite pousse, the children’s workshop space for Carré d’Art di Nîmes, conceived as an ephemeral installation insipired to nature and spring.
Curated by Noémie Bonnet-Saint-Georges, “Artifact” presents in Saint-Etienne the preoccupations of creative artists today and the forms that come out of them.