The health emergency has brought new needs in the health field. Antonio Andreoni and Dan Hill say that considering these projects as strategic design “would allow the emergence of broader perspectives” in medical innovation.
The contest launched by Tabu stimulates students and professionals under 40 to imagine contemporary decorative horizons for wooden surfaces. The winners of the second edition.
The first European showroom of the Signature Kitchen Suite is a succession of highly iconic kitchen environments, with references to contemporary art and great Milanese design classics. The interview.
Recycled furniture, an entire department dedicated to sustainability, the careful analysis of the environmental performance of the products. Arper’s president Claudio Feltrin explains how the company reshaped its industrial supply chain towards a more sustainable future. And tells us about the new adventure that awaits him, the presidency of Federlegno.
Istituto Marangoni Design Milano. Supporting the students towards the development of their own vision
Director Massimo Zanatta talks about the distinctive features of a school that entered the design field coming from a fashion background – and that makes the all-Italian ability to draw inspiration from all over the world its biggest strength.
In this double interview, Alessandro Sarfatti, founder of Astep, and designer Francesco Faccin describe their latest project: a portable wooden lamp that can be turned on with two hands and turned like a pepper mill with an infinite movement. To do so they patented a magnetic sensor, which regulates the wireless light.
Inspired by Japan’s ancient mythology, Kazuko Koike sees design as “a kind of performance” that shines light into the world.
Entrepreneurs and managers – from Carlo Molteni of UniFor to Gregg Buchbinder of Emeco – reflect on the impact that the pandemic has had on how we live, work and design.