Established in 1979, Duka, a South Tyrolean company that produces high-end shower enclosures, turns 40 and opens a new plant designed by Kerschbaumer Pichler&Partner in Bressanone.
In 2018 Harman opened Huemen, its in-house design agency. And for the first time in its long history, this year the company has won the iF Awards for car audio. The interview.
According to the latest rumors both Apple’s and Google’s new smartphones will feature an aesthetically questionable square camera bump with three lenses and a flash.
It's part of a luxury bundle that includes a bespoke riding suit by Café Costumes, a carbon fiber helmet designed by the Italian brand Hedon and a Damascus steel knife.
Like a soft, enveloping flower, Duna’s shape is evocative and contemporary. Born fifteen years ago, its iconic silhouette still sets it apart as a design classic, ripe for reinvention again and again. New plastic shell fabrication available in a new range of colors in polypropylene allows for a thinner, sleeker profile, a more delicate curvature and more sumptuous surface.
Slim is a line of rational design that conveys great lightness. Tables, coffee tables, consoles and benches that meet all tastes and requirements. Thanks to the different available combinations the collection fits in all situations: home, contract spaces and also outdoor.
Only two elements for the wristwatch designed by the Japanese studio: “Buckle” has an essential design and a removal strap.
In both split and independent versions, the market is ever-increasing populated by veritable control systems that use artificial intelligence to control the temperature.
Shigeru Ban, the architect of La Seine Musicale in Paris, talks about his concept of public, private and intermediary space, the importance of architecture that serves society and the strategies he adopts to produce meaningful designs.
At the top of the capital's tall buildings, pools with transparent base and walls provide a 360-degree view.
The new model, made with aviation grade aluminum and encased in leather, pays a tribute to analog photo cameras from the sixties.
Some of the new products will fit the user’s body shape thanks to a 3D scanning process developed by prosthetics company UNYQ.
The concept was developed by TU-Delft and KLM to explore the implications of a radically new two-pronged design that would help save fuel.