Born in Saga, Japan in 1967. After worked under Shiro Kuramata and Issey Miyake, established his own studio, Tokujin Yoshioka Design in 2000. Tokujin has collaborated with various noted companies in and outside Japan such as Hermes, Swarovski and Issey Miyake ...
There are buildings that are more easily photographed than others. Not because they are necessarily better designed, but because they seem to display themselves well, as if they knew how to work the camera as a fashion model does.
Former Dutch government employee and the look for unique frames was the beginning of the Ralph Vaessen brand. Sophisticated eyewear of exceptional quality, these “contemporary classics” are sold in exclusive stores worldwide...
Oki Sato aka Nendo was born in Toronto, Canada in 1977. He studied Architecture at the Waseda University in Tokyo and on graduating in 2002, he established "Nendo" office in Tokyo. In 2005 he established the "Nendo" Milan office.
The architect who have mostly influenced my work is Mies van der Rohe. I have always admired his use of clean lines and consistent palette of materials in order to create spaces of pure minimalism.
Piero Lissoni studied Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and on graduating in 1985, he began collaborating as designer and Art Director with furniture manufacturers Boffi, Living Divani and Porro.
Yves is a designer who clearly has a vision, if I had to place him somewhere within the designer spectrum, I think I would have to create a place just for him. His approach to design is heavily defined by innovation, technology, and industrial process, which he blends in a way to create a design ...
A man that needs no introduction, Marcel Wanders was kind enough to take some time out off his very busy schedule and have a conversation with us. As we walked into Moooi's showroom in Via Tortona 37, it was clear that what we see in their products and communication is not just "Smoke".
His philosophy is based upon his love for classical forms. In his search for contemporary elegance, he aims to create a truly alternative urban style with interesting shapes, quality tailoring and experimental combinations of fabrics and textures.
What is beautiful today is ugly tomorrow and what was ugly yesterday is beautiful today. I would say that what interests me more is charm, an actuality which contains both beauty and ugliness. Charm opens pathways, etches journeys, creates myths, reveals, or if you like, has time on its side.