With the theme “Elements: Hearth”, the new curator Aric Chen stimulates international art-design galleries to select works that explore materials and energy resources, production processes and the implicit emotional value of things.
The Portuguese architectural firm Arriba renovates 80 square meters of an apartment in the Marvila district of Lisbon by organizing the space through a continuous wood boiserie.
Only two elements for the wristwatch designed by the Japanese studio: “Buckle” has an essential design and a removal strap.
During Copenhagen 3Daysofdesign, Frama presented “Sense” in their spaces with Louisa Grey: a sensorial journey inside their idea of house.
A new case of interior urban planning in Milan: Quinzii Terna has handled the transformation of a bourgeoisie interior into an introspective play worthy of Scale of the Universe.
At the Hansen House in Jerusalem, more than 200 local and international designers will explore the social, cultural and political meanings of the East from different perspectives.
Cheese cultured from the armpit of Blur’s Alex James, black pudding made from a still-live pig and excrement turned into table settings – but after the novelty, what’s the real takeaway from the V&A exhibition?
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
Organised by the CID Grand-Hornu, the exhibition “Design on Air” will explore the element of air in the world of design.
The first edition of the new design fair, EDIT Napoli, celebrated the figure of the independent designer in a small and intimate context.
Rabih Geha Architects designs the interiors of the new Images d’Orient flagship store in Lebanon among arches, vibrant tones and hard materials.
The Finnish village of Fiskars celebrates its creative, industrial heritage by inviting global artists and designers to exhibit in the Fiskars Village Art & Design Biennale.