Artist, designer, ceramicist, a member of the Memphis group, Peter Shire designs by adding. Read an extract from the article published on Domus 1020.
Upcycled and minimal. Xiang Guan’s new stool series
Xiang Guan informs his design with interaction, upcycling and modularity. His new stool series considers the problem of material waste and little space availability.
With Andrea Branzi, designer and theoretician, an important figure in the Radical movement and new Italian design, we begin a series of “free reflections” on interior design projects.
At the Silvera Bac showroom in Paris, Fabrica celebrates the beauty of the creative process thorugh a limited-edition glass collection.
French artist Isabelle Daëron collaborated once again with Hermès Japan with a colorful composition made of paper and haute couture.
Veneta Cucine proposes Start Time, a modular kitchen that gives the space with an essential and young touch.
When not in use, the frameless pleated Fly insect screen, distributed by Wiffa, fully retracts out of sight into the frame. Fly can cover openings of up to more than 3 metres in height.
Ultralite by Mapei has a good deformability, extended open time, no vertical slip, high wetting capacity, very high yield and easy to spread. During the mixing phase it has a very limited dust formation, thanks to the Low Dust technology.
Landed in Newcastle, the Susuru noodle bar breaks away from the local traditional style through the futuristic design of Ben Berwick.
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic, Herzog & de Meuron and Rem Koolhaas on the catwalk for Prada
The fashion house from Milan has asked 4 designers and architects to reflect on its iconic textile, Black Nylon. The results can be found in the Prada Uomo F/W 2018 show.
For Domus 1020, the article “Jerszy Seymour. Revolution or bust!” is about the work of the Berlin-based designer. With domusweb.it he looks deeper into some themes related to education.
Featuring Art Déco, Brazilian furniture and patterns from the Sixties, Prada’s showroom in Miami reflects the brand’s eccentric style.
Social Street and participatory budgeting eliminate the distances between citizens, and between citizens and administration. This is the case in Barcelona, Helsinki, Milan and Paris.
The iconic chair by Swedish duo Front for Gebrüder Thonet becomes a spot for two and reaches the rank of Loveseat.
Barraco is a tropical bar in Shanghai designed by Q&A Architecture Design Research with materials taken from demolished buildings.