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“SQM: The home does not exist”, an investigation by Space Caviar commissioned by Biennale Interieur, presents the challenges to which design must react in the sharing economy.
By thoroughly examining the representation of dynamic forces of attraction and repulsion, Iris van Herpen fuses nature and technology in her SS 15 ready-to-wear collection.
Fantoni presented at Biennale Interieur and then at Orgatec in Cologne, a modular office system created by Matteo Ragni for the contemporary way of working, efficient and flexible.
In Padua, Italy, dotdotdot has designed three interactive installations as part of an extensive renewal program of the oldest academic botanical gardens in the world.
Born by the encounter of two young Italian designers, Guga is an open project where experimentation and suggestions take form under the combination of pure craftsmanship and design.
J. & L. Lobmeyr commissioned to BCXSY a collection of tumbler conceived for everyday use and to encourage us to (re)discover the joy of our daily rituals.
Kvadrat will present at Orgatec Revive 1+2, two vibrant upholstery textiles designed by Georgina Wright and made from post-consumer recycled polyester (PET).
The Pinacoteca Agnelli continues its exploration of collecting with “Martino Gamper: design is a state of mind”, produced in collaboration with Serpentine Galleries and Museion.
The armchair, inspired from a world where the boundaries between the domestic space and the workplace are blurred, will be presented by Poltrona Frau at Orgatec 2014.
Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe explore the future of modern transport creating Experience in Motion for Volvo. The car is reinvented as a place to grow and come together.
Studio Siem & Pabon presents at the Dutch Design Week a carpet that be can be heated to kill the dust mites, allowing people who suffer from asthma to enjoy textile in their homes.
For the tenth edition of Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art in Saint Petersburg, Moroso is partner of Paola Pivi for the installation at Kuryokhin Centre.