SKNYPL Architects designed New Korean Garden for Seoul MARU Design Competition: a flexible public space interacting with the city made of ETFE.
Faberhama created a collection of carpets for Nodus Rug inspired by travel and mythology. A combination of wool and bamboo silk to reflect on cultural boundaries.
Mar.s designs the interiors of an eclectic style restaurant-brewery that blends wood, neon and fané colors by honoring the gastro-pubs of Old Prague.
Mind Vases by Mirai Innovation Labs and Studio José de la O investigate new design possibilities using Aura, the device able to scan and process brain waves.
60 seats including armchairs, inflatables and chaise lounges tell the revolution of postures which took place between the 20s and 70s.
Along the Hong Kong shopping street the Spanish studio CLAP designs HER, a retail space, transporting the customer to a planet with a Martian atmosphere.
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.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
The Lineò collection, produced by the Friulian company, is characterised by the combination of warm and delicate colours, finishes and different materials.
There are two kinds of objects for outdoor spaces: some are conceived for the outside, while others come from inside. Both categories contain unique and functional objects that serve to design outdoor spaces or landscapes.
Moisés Hernández designed Pirwi Objetos collection, including pieces for everyday life with references to mexican history and traditions.
The two New York studios proposed a creative and playful activity based on the association and inclusion of visitors, inspired by the theories of the greatests of Italian design.
Water, succulents, food – but also Innocenti pipes laying in never-ending construction sites – are what the designers of “MADELabs” and “MADE Summer” suggest you look for in order to discover the ancient centre of Syracuse.