An interview with Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi on their latest projects: a spectacular and minimalist lamp for Flos, and a tile glaze for Dzek which uses ash from Etna.
Designers need to have the courage to look forward and be radical, the Memphis founding member tells Domus in an interview discussing his relationship with Sottsass and Mendini, and why he’s casting his eye away from Milan and towards Shanghai.
This year, Thonet celebrates its 200th anniversary and, as well as a retrospective, it has also presented a new version of the 118 chair by the German designer with six shades of glossy lacquer.
In just a few minutes, the designer/artist explained his two guises, which both share his incredible energy and positivity.
Three young designers put together food, fire and brick construction into an entertaining social moment.
Roberto Sironi’s solo exhibition at Milan Design Week was a space-time investigation into the relationship between humankind and nature.
Together with Haas Brothers, the New York-based brand presented a massive collection of oneiric objects for the home, inspired by the fantastical monsters residing in Joshua Tree National Park.
No other electric car has been so hotly anticipated by design and motoring enthusiasts alike, and Honda’s decision to bring the E Prototype straight from the Genova Motor Show to Milan Design Week recognises its broad appeal. We speak to its designers.