Designer Maximilian Schneider has envisioned the futuristic self-driven supercar with an organic frame as an entry to Rimac Automobili’s Vision 2080 design challenge.
A new Space Age characterized by mixed public and private exploration has begun. And the spacesuits are brand new, too.
The italian company Plato Design puts into production in full lockdown period a lamp, for which half of the proceeds will be donated to the World Health Organization.
Emblem of versatility, the stool is the free agent of home furnishings: transportable when needed, easily used as a shelf, perfect for sitting but also for resting your feet.
Dialogue with the founder of the most popular section at Milan Design Week, explaining why she decided to shut it down, remembering the good old moments. Is this the end of a utopia?
Garage Italia has reinterpreted the original model with new aesthetic and custom solutions, and a hundred percent electric engine, for a new limited series of five cars.
Industrial designer Louis Berger created a fictional product to explore the idea of a phone composed by different tiles, with the detachable camera unit as the independent centerpiece of the device.
Also the 27th edition of the Belgian Design Biennale, curated this year by Italian designers Piovenefabi, is forced to postpone the event until next year, due to the health emergency.
The imaginary universe of Abel Cárcamo that redesigns chairs, tables, stools and lamps through organic forms that exploit the materiality of plaster.
The founder of Driade, a cult brand of Italian design, has died at the age of 83.
Available this summer, the new bike offers 4 electrical assistances, 3 riding modes, onboard navigation system, an anti-theft alarm and a digital cockpit to always keep your ride under control.
We prefer to say goodbye like this to Ventura Project. After the announcement that it will close its doors, cause Covid-19. We want to remember what it did. And what it might still do. Leaving a door open to future events that could invest in new visions.