Inspired by Japan’s ancient mythology, Kazuko Koike sees design as “a kind of performance” that shines light into the world.
In the spaces of Istituto Marangoni Milano Design, the exhibition “Memphis. The color of objects“ reinterprets the vitality of the great collective founded in 1980 through the visions and projects of the students of Interior, Product and Visual Design.
Between the desire to meet again and the rules dictated by distance, this event is the closest we can afford to the Fuorisalone in this complicated year.
A small exhibition becomes the occasion for an intense conversation about cats, puppets, the absence of memory as a form of creativity, and much more.
Interview with Domus art director who leaves our offices after 32 years of service and tells us anecdotes, the transition from analog to digital and what it means to translate the ideas of a director, or rather thirteen directors.
The Italian designer talks about his latest project for Salvatori, a chaise longue in natural stone, and answers our questions about happiness, fear and the courage required to stop a project when you realise it is not working.
The world of finishes has not stopped and has organised itself to offer the market flexible materials, resins and wallpapers, innovative finishes and surfaces that go beyond the traditional notion of ceramic.
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.