Dyson submitted a patent application for the wearable device earlier this year, which insider sources believe will be combined with headphones for a commuter-friendly take on fighting off pollutants.
Alessandro Mendini designs one-off furniture collection for Alpi
Alessandro Mendini has now developed two pointillist veneers for the wood specialist Alpi, and used them to create three cabinets based on the sun and the moon.
Five velvet, gold and fringed furniture launch a long-term co-partnership between the two companies from Valencia in the name of sensuality.
An absolute protagonist in the promotion of fashion and design around the world, we met Flavio Lucchini at the exhibition that celebrates his 90th birthday.
The British designer has applied his renowned minimalist style to create a streamlined gas lantern for the Swedish lighting brand.
From floating shelves to room dividers and hanging racks: 20 of the best ways to display your books.
With the Post-Laboratory project, German designer Ottonie von Roeder investigates forms and cultural repercussions of a future in which robots work in our place.
Through a series of coincidences, two professionals sit down to talk about companies, values and passions. The first is the founder of Restart, and the second is president of Tecno and Zanotta.
White walls, black furniture and red frosted glass define a new apartment designed by Yael Perry in the heart of Tel Aviv, marked by minimalism and light tricks.
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.
A library with minimal aesthetics: essential lines characterized by the round connections between structure and shelves and by its exclusive invisible junctions, that guarantee a maximal formal polish. Subtle reference to the sixties, interpretated with strictness and originality in an extremely current aesthetical definition.
From traditional wooden chairs to futuristic carbon fiber models: 20 iconic projects selected by Domusweb.
With a minimalist narrative structure and aesthetics that are sophisticated yet essential, the documentary by Hustwit, the director of Helvetica and Objectified, talks about the work and the life of “Mr. Braun”.
Once a haunt for 20th-century film stars, the Swedish architects have used a rich palette of materials to preserve this hotel as a luxury for the future.
Divided in six different modules which can be freely mixed and matched to achieve the desired configuration, it is the closest solution to a museum display case, perfect for private interiors.