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Nendo collaborated with the Kyoto-based wire netting firm Kanaami-Tsuji to develop a collection of slender table useful for placing small objects.
For Barrisol’s installation at Interieur Lovegrove has focused on amplifying the values of acoustic dampening, reflectivity, elasticity, diffusion and lightness of the stretched ceilings.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, Haworth’s stand at Orgatec created versatile and multifunctional office landscapes to suit the different needs of the workspace.
“It’s all happening at the Zoo”, sang Simon & Garfunkel in 1967. Especially when the zoo in question is Dorothy’s Rock 'N Roll Zoo, devoted to the music lover and big kid alike.
The exhibits in the first exhibition dedicated to Ron Gilad in Belgium, at the Keitelman Gallery, require calm viewing: behind every piece is a whole host of meanings, perceptible to varying degrees.
Reviews / Maria Cristina Didero
Celia-Hannes collaborated with local craftsmen from Cape Town to create a simple furniture collection that interprets in a contemporary way traditional materials and technique.
With her graduation project Oldies but Goldies, the young Italian designer Vittoria Casanova tries to answer the daily needs that occur when the body changes and ages.
Operazione Arcevia is a cultural foundation and a creative lab initiated by Nicolò Spina, UNIT+ and Riserva Privata San Settimio which aims to ignite action through collaboration.
FoodLab by Studio Rygalik is a culinary station created in collaboration with Siemens for Concordia Taste – a restaurant in one of the most important design centers in Poland.
The Rijksmuseum has acquired an installation with five Shylights by Studio Drift, a performative sculpture that unites the movement of industrial motors with silk chalice structures.
Showcasing 140 works from European and US museums, the exhibition on Italian designer and theoretician Andrea Branzi recounts 50 years of creative career, in the beautiful mediaeval church of Saint-Rémi, Bordeaux.
Reviews / Francesca Balena Arista
The presentation of the products selected this year for submission to the jury for the next Compasso d'Oro has been assigned to two exhibitions, one in Milan and one in Rome.