Created by Oki Sato’s studio, one of the best-known Japanese design firms famous for its unique and extravagant design of everyday objects, it is a tribute to the sun and its energy, but also to Japanese fine craftsmanship.
The wandering eclecticism of Sophie Taeuber-Arp, born 1889
The first UK retrospective dedicated to the painter, architect, designer and writer Sophie Taeuber-Arp is on view at Tate Modern in London until 17 October 2021.
In his interview with Domus, Chief Design Officer John Hoke explains the process behind Nike’s new Olympic products and how achieving inclusiveness and sustainability through design is now his company's primary goal.
The advent of the summer is an invitation to idleness of which loungers and deck chairs are unmissable staples. A series on the most iconic seats that paved the way to the evolution of outdoor furniture.
A project that faced the problem of unavailability of materials during the pandemic period.
The authors of Vari-età (Variety/Various ages), the first book on Remo Buti’s universe, one of the most interesting figures of the Italian radical movement, and not only, speak. And in a totally radical spirit, where the collective was a value, the three authors answer our questions together.
A metal chair as an aspirational symbol that takes its name from a submerged island in the Pacific Ocean.
Frederic Migayrou, curator of the exhibition “Aerodream” at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, tells us the aesthetic and social evolution of these majestic inflatable structures, from Second World War until today.
Burnt Cork reuses material burned during the 2017 fires in Portugal. Transforming the traces of combustion into a mark integrating the fluid forms of each piece.
For the edition that takes Israel out of the pandemic, Jerusalem Design Week chooses the theme of a positive escape from reality. Finding in the circus metaphor a key to put anomalies, hyperbole, and amazement under the spotlight.
The project is called Chair1 and consists of a seat made with a combination of new technologies and recycled plastic.
The Italian director took part in the XIII Milan Triennale in 1964, invited by Umberto Eco and Vittorio Gregotti. The two shorts can be watched here.
A conversation with Enrico Vitali and Carlo Borromeo, CEO and Creative Director of the Milan design hub Garage Italia, on the cultural role of the car and the future of urban mobility, in a world where style is more important than performance.
From Travis Scott’s dreamy scenarios, to the EUR rooftop show, we present a selection of the six most interesting events from the 2021/2022 spring/summer men’s collections.