After years of requests, the Static table clock produced by Lorenz is back on the market: in 1960 it made Sapper win his first Golden Compass.
Two young designers meet at the Kunstschau Contemporary Place in Lecce with an exhibition curated by Marco Petroni.
Designed by Binchy and Binchy studio, the series of tables combines past and future: a base made of thousands of compressed sheets of paper and a top created with new technologies.
MarinaTex, a new kind of compostable plastic film made with waste fish, has won the 2019 edition of the design competition.
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.
On display at the Alpi showroom in Milan, five pieces of furniture designed by Piero Lissoni are the three-dimensional representation of the scheme that the Russian chemist conceived 150 years ago.
With the Bangle collection, the marbles and precious stones manufactured by the Italian company Budri meet the sophisticated and nostalgic vision of the designer.
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.
Flying Carpet is a hand-made furniture series made by the Israeli designer Alon Dodo: waving edges and brass details in tables and benches made of wood.
Elon Musk unveiled a futuristic, semi-armored electric vehicle with a sharp and unreassuring design that will probably collide with its declared intent: convincing America’s more conservative car owners to switch to EVs.
Budapest-based design studio Hello Wood designed Fluid Cube and City Snake, outdoor furniture that provide renewable energy.
From the influence of the great product designer to that of Moleskines, a chat with Brian Leonard, Vice President of design for Lenovo, the ThinkPad’s company (and more).