Fire tornados, architectural video-mapping and streetlights sensitive to human heat. This is what we’ve seen at the last Lichtfestival in Ghent, Belgium.
Japanese design re-examines tradition through technology
Harmony, nature and technology are the parameters with which to study the new collections of utensils from the Wakayama industrial district and more.
Well-known for colorful bars and shops, Spanish studio Masquespacio was asked to enliven a dental clinic near Valencia.
A reconstruction where blue color and metal material create intervals and geometries, resulting in a minimal industrial look.
At the ADAM-Brussels Design Museum the exhibition “Peter Ghyczy: 50 years of functionalism” tells products and designer’s life.
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.
Carwan Gallery celebrates the fascinating interplay of shapes, colors, and textures by the Lebanese ceramist duo.
Giorgio Pace and Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte speak about the second edition of the Nomad Fair: a lively and visionary exploration of contemporary art and design at an altitude of 1,700 metres in the Swiss Alps.
An interview with American designer and entrepreneur Jamie Gray, founder of Matter Made, one of New York’s leading design hubs.
Landed in Newcastle, the Susuru noodle bar breaks away from the local traditional style through the futuristic design of Ben Berwick.
Ventura Projects turns page, leaves Lambrate and moves closer to Loreto, in a Liberty building where Futurists used to meet in the Forties.
From Domus February 2018 issue (1021): Food management against food wastage.
With “Arch/Arcology”, an installation forming part of the Alcantara-MAXXI project, Nanda Vigo has pulled the unfinished projects by Paolo Soleri out of the Rome museum’s archives and has exhibited their true potential.