The debut of the collaboration between Miuccia Prada and the Belgian designer is celebrated in an aseptic yellow volume, where four camera stations replace the physical presence of the technicians.
For Tod’s the fashion show is in the interiors of Villa Necchi
Walter Chiapponi, creative director of the brand, sets the presentation of the new spring-summer 2021 collection in Pietro Portaluppi's masterpiece.
Fred Flinstone would have loved Canyon’s latest idea: a recumbent bike concept that looks like a slim car to cycle around in every weather and annoy fellow riders by invading the bike lane at 60km/h.
Decades after the first emoticon has been typed, extra-verbal components of writing are no longer representing the future of language, still they are harmonizing it to the contemporary dimension, in a world made of interfaces.
The Italian design company presents a re-edition of piece of furniture, originally designed in 1976.
An interview with Andrea Ponti, founder of Ponti Design Studio and industrial designer, about finding his dimension in Asia, between Japan and Hong Kong, and combining Italian elegance with the aesthetic values of Asian style.
The new series of glass lamps Baracche designed by artist Paolo Gonzato is on show at the Camp Design Gallery in Milan until 30 October 2020.
A conversation with designers Simon Donald and Joe Wentworth of Joseph Joseph fame about their new kickstarter project, their new stationery brand Andhand, and the importance of pen and paper in the digital age.
Over fifty designers and artists from all over the world have been called by the Los Angeles gallery Marta to reinterpret one of the most used but forgotten objects in the design world.
The world of finishes has not stopped and has organised itself to offer the market flexible materials, resins and wallpapers, innovative finishes and surfaces that go beyond the traditional notion of ceramic.
The project is aimed at teaching the Braille alphabet and critical thinking to kids with vision impairment, thanks to a set of cleverly designed LEGO bricks with a special studs layout.
Young designers are inquisitive and free of dogma, they know how to navigate beyond the postulates of the past and they are not afraid to experiment. A tour through new design in Italy.
Fuorisalone 2020 comes back with an autumn edition that explores the culture of design and innovation through talks, meetings and round tables around Milan.
K.I.T.T., the car from the ’80s show Knight Rider, turns 38 years old. Here’s how the show creators predicted some key innovations that eventually became reality in today’s cars.