What do we talk about when we talk about design? Emanuele Quinz, art historian and curator, explains it in this essay that he wrote for Domus.
Even though the Salone del Mobile was rescheduled to 2021, Italian design companies are brimming with new collections to introduce. Salvatori is one of them and presents new collaborations with Elisa Ossino and Federico Babina.
Ten points as a sign of positivity, community and culture, seen as keys to overcoming this challenging moment in history.
Five leading international gallerists tell us about the state of the art and the potential for contemporary design in the gallery. The rediscovery of craft skills, regional ties and the ever-finer line dividing it from the art world unite the work they do in Beirut, Athens, Milan, Copenhagen, New York and Cape Town.
A meeting with the Italian architect, artist and designer who describes, through experiences and friendships, the years of radical architecture and “counterdesign”.
The outdoor lighting by the japanese design studio for Flos is a sphere that plays with metal frames that are holding it, deforming them.
Rediscovered while we had to stay at home, it looks like the focus will still be on the kitchen also during the post Covid-19 era. Here are some tips so as not to lose those new good habits.
Some millennials have taken an uphill road. They design industrial products in a world where (high-quality) manufacturing is ailing. Alberto Brogliato + Federico Traverso, Leonardo Talarico and Studio Klass talk about the reasons for their choice, and how they think the new situations created by the Coronavirus should be faced.