Up until September 20, 2020, the rooms of Palazzo Pallavicini in Bologna will put on display 143 artworks from the Atelier Robert Doisneau, where we met the daughter of the famous French photographer.
From Mies van der Rohe’s "less is more" to Dieter Rams’ "less, but better", simplification has always been a leitmotif in the history of design, and today it has become a matter of life and death.
In this issue David Chipperfield visits Finn William’s studio; Bernd Scherer states the need for a new alphabet of living in society; theatre director Robert Wilson tells us about his personal collection of chairs. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the July-August issue.
In the special edition 2020, DimoreDesign tells us through pictures and interviews the protagonists of design, who over the years have set up the most beautiful historic houses in Bergamo.
Entitled Empathy Revisited, the fifth edition of the event will be dedicated, in view of recent global events, to care practices and new models of living together.
The brand new Dutch electric bike arrived right at the peak of the global sustainable mobility boom, with the ambition to bring sustainability into the future. To put it to the test, we used it for two weeks in Milan, a city that has always had a love-hate relationship with bikes.
In European culture the East has always been the Other, a mirror that told us who we were. Especially with nineteenth-century painting, in which fascinations, references and influences from the Middle East to Japan still reveal arcane truths.
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.
An industrial designer came up with an interesting concept for a flying Tesla with vertical takeoff and landing, winning Tesla’s CEO praise on Twitter
The 80s revival between VHS and computer nostalgia. Interview with Marty Bell, founder of the funny web radio that celebrates the imagery of happiness among improbable outfits, chilling playlists and TV series of that golden age.
For the new 2020/2021 football season, Nike designs new graphics inspired by the iconic Italian design movement for the Milanese football club, but supporters do not seem to like it.
Physical keyboard and touch screen in a professional device designed to fit right in the pockets of musicians.
From fashion to digital and what is alternative today, the street has taken on a fundamental role in the culture of recent years. But what has the street become, after the global lockdown?
Taking advantage of the lack of tourists, the Parisian Town Hall rents small boats on the Canal de l’Ourcq for an innovative “drive-in” cinema.
It is a legendary tourist destination in summer more than ever. We have selected some must-see points for those heading to Marseille, where Manifesta 13 will gradually open from August 28th.