Executive director of Assarredo, born in Como in 1983, Maria Porro succeeds Claudio Luti as the new president of the Milan Furniture Fair.
In the July and August issue, we explore the challenges, methods and processes behind the redevelopment of architectural spaces, and much more. Browse the gallery to leaf through the magazine.
The Japanese company’s latest camera takes a trip down memory lane, with a design that is an explicit tribute to the iconic Nikon FM2 film SLR.
In 2018, Instagram was the playground for the feud between Brazilian influencer Lil Miquela and blonde, Trumpian Bermuda. Neither of them actually existed: the event had a global following, and for the first time, CGI influencers had become a mainstream phenomenon.
The French carmaker is betting heavily on a nostalgia-driven design for its upcoming electric city car, which will reportedly cost around $25,000.
Singer, actress, anchorwoman, queer icon, Raffaella Carrà was also the pop face of an Italy in transition from the 60s to the 70s at the height of television set design and industrial design production.
The Dutch brand has started the production of Ivy and Ace, two new high-tech electric bikes with a retrostyled design.
The new outdoor commercial space designed by One Works relates to the historical context and landscape of San Marino. The aim is to be a reference and promotion point for the microstate.
An exhibition explores society through the lens of five iconic magazines: Domus, Life, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, Playboy.
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.