Publications, residencies, exhibitions and design production: we chatted with Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò, initiators of IN Residence, a curatorial project that brings some of the most interesting experimental designers on the international scene.
An interview with the architect from Milan who has worked in the field of industrial design for over forty years and designed the 4x4 table and Cubix pouf for Ozzio Italia.
The new design museum linked to the Compasso d’Oro collection recently opened its doors to the city, with the aim of becoming an international point of reference, too.
The example of Concreo and Conclad, concrete-effect slabs which, in addition to being aesthetically faithful to the material they imitate, are easy to install, environmentally friendly and economically competitive.
Antropico Entropico, a series of three carpets for Nodus Rug, translates satellite images into fabric: geographical elements are decomposed and reassembled in a disorderly way to create new patterns.
The German designer, at his first project for Pedrali, talks about his admiration for craftsmen and about the quality that takes time, the difficulty of working remotely and the routine that kills creativity.
Diabolo was the last pulley lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni for Flos. Its mechanism? It stems from his love for "interactive" design.
From the changes in the labour market to modern technologies at the service of circular economy. An interview with Marianna Fantoni, technical director of Fantoni's furniture department.
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.