As part of our “Object of the day” series, the tableware collection by Gian Paolo Venier takes the shape of the Toghrul tower.
Superhumanity: a collection of essays explores the changing relationships between design and the ‘self’
The product of a collaboration with the third Istanbul Design Biennial, e-flux Architecture’s first publishing venture brings together contributions from 50 international critics.
A conversation with Anna Paola Buonanno and Piergiorgio Italiano: an uncommon approach to design, design in times of crisis, David Lynch, Motorpsycho and Radiohead.
Rust Architects renovates and furnishes an open space, with spaces divided by glass walls, recreating transparencies, games with the color of wood and vintage elements.
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.
In Wrocław in Poland, Buck Studio creates a grill house: the result is sober and geometric, with heavy and natural materials.
For the Adidas Flagship Store in Tokyo, Japanese designer Yusuke Seki created a furniture collection inspired by the city’s streets.
Curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Stefano Tonchi, “Italiana” displays garments and accessories that have marked epochs and revolutions in everyday life. And it’s easy to identify with.
Breaking gender stereotyping (like Marianne Brandt), rewriting the rulebooks (like Muriel Cooper) or making their own way (like Kazuyo Sejima), women have changed the world of design.
Sara Peñas and Aino Delgado conceived a resting structure for kids, where they can easily play and feel at home.
The well known designer reinterprets a typical (but badly regarded) item of the kitchen. Tegamino is part of our new column “Object of the day”.
The collection “Le Jardin Intérieur” for Manufacture Cogolin is enriched with new bold colors that are inspired by the sundown.
“Cryptid” is Sam Stewart’s solo show at Fort Gansevoort, in New York. He created a series of objects that imagine the personal affects of a mythical occupant.