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Designed by Thibault Brevet, Consti2go is a portable device that allows, on the press of a button, to print copies of the US Constitution.
On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2014 Gebrüder Thonet Vienna presents the collaborations with Charlie Styrbjörn Nilsson and the Swedish designer group Front.
Studio Wieki Somers designed a range of modular Chimney Pots, inspired by the English Tudor Style, for a new housing development in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.
Born from the collaboration between Discipline and designer Lars Beller Fjetland, Pomme is an apple-shaped cork and leather product, created solely out of waste materials.
Studio Makkink & Bey developed the conceptroom HuisRaad as a vision of the interior of the future commissioned by the TextielMuseum.
News / Rene van der Hulst
In Valcucine’s workshop “The kitchen becomes OPEN!” 10 makers, designers and planners will produce innovation on the “open source kitchen” theme during Milan Design Week 2014.
On the occasion of Ventura Lambrate, during Milan Design Week, Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project will present Bastardisation, a collection of sculpture-shoes.
News / Elena Girelli
Through 35 design pieces conceived by a number of Japanese artists and people, the new project by Taku Satoh at 21_21 Design Sight restates the relationship between people and rice culture in Japan.
Reviews / Rafael A. Balboa, Ilze Paklone
Young fashion designer Laura Papp designed for her bachelor degreethe Porcelain Shoes inspired by the stone surfaces of Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia.
News / Zsuzsa Darab
The new Clique design brand by Claudio Larcher, Filippo Protasoni and Simone Simonelli collects furniture in marble, valchromat and wood, with an electric heart.
During Milan Design Week 2014 Nendo will exhibit new furniture collection Brushstroke, designed for Glasitalia, using colors and glass to create an unusual material.
News / Hiroshi Iwasaki
Tempering beauty with function and combining nature with technology, the exhibition by Exploration Architecture at the Architecture Foundation communicates evolution in a nutshell.
Reviews / Elizabeth Glickfeld