The great American director reconstructs the complex dialogue between the arts involved in his productions, revealing a rich range of different references. Starting point, the chairs.
Pre-set programs, conscious choice of materials, new ways to interact with household appliances, improved interfaces – these are just some of the features that make LG Group's household appliances brand stand out from the competition.
With the new program launched after the lockdown, the Veneto-based company draws on its catalogue to identify a set of flexible furniture solutions able to adapt to post-Covid-19 needs.
According to the German company, the house of the future will be integrated and connected, with open solutions that go hand in hand with a close attention to the importance of good design and a new way of living the home.
Starting from his new project for Molteni &C, the modular sofa system Octave, the Belgian architect answers our questions about the object that changed his life (the iPhone), the worst flows of a designer and the qualities of a good project.
In a historical period in which sanitation needs become urgent, the Milanese chef experiments Healthy.Wood, a new protective varnish, produced by the wood paint company Milesi, which inhibits the proliferation of bacteria by 99.9%.
Taking inspiration from the visual language and aesthetics found in decrepit urban surroundings in order to find new stimulus and inject vital energy into tired creative ambits is a consolidated practice in art and music. In design, it is more recent, but has entered galleries and museums with a disruptive stir. A few of the most distinctive flag-bearers of the phenomenon are Rooms, Virgil Abloh, Guillermo Santomà and Jerszy Seymour.
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.