Wildly inventive, the Campana brothers, Humberto and Fernando, are the celebrated São Paulo design team who made the famous Banquete chair (2002), composed of stuffed toys, and then created its acclaimed opposite, the Favela armchair (2003), constructed of scraps of wood like the homemade shacks in Brazil’s slums.
Based in rural spain,Francesc Rifé Studio have renovated an old farmhouse. ‘empordà house’ is a project that combines old with the new in the most subtle manner. the owner’s interest in furniture by jean prouvé and charlotte perriand influenced the interiors while the extension itself stems from their respect to the local, rural architecture of the empordà.
The official opening of the Milan Design Week 2016, began with Fuori Salone in the prestigious location of Via Durini. Here, the installations and projects by Cassina, B&B and Porro were introduced to the public in a lavish display of exciting colour and energetic forms.
The eponymous restaurant known for its top chef, Filippo la Mantia, is all about the tastes of Sicily. Architect Piero Lissoni has created a beautifully serene space which evokes the ambience of the island.
The Cypriot born, London based designer, Anastassiades, is well known for his collection of sculptural lighting, which he creates for a range of high end brands such as Flos. He has now branched out into the world of furniture design and has recently unveiled his first collection of stools...
In keeping with the motto Modern Always®, Knoll presents new designs by Piero Lissoni and Marc Krusin alongside modern classics by Florence Knoll, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen and Harry Bertoia, reflecting the determination to always offer innovative ideas, regardless of passing fashions—ideas that last in time.
For the occasion of Milano Design Week 2016, 10 progressive contemporary designers join Nike to explore Natural Motion through various mediums. Some works are conceptual — foreshadowing future technologies — and others practical. In many cases, materials unique to Nike, such as Flyknit, have been applied.
During Salone del Mobile 2016 Marni is transforming its space at Viale Umbria 42 into a ballroom, named Marni Ballhaus.
The 900m2 Cassina stand designed by Patricia Urquiola is inspired by the Rietveld Pavilion, a temporary building designed in 1955 in Holland to display sculptures ...
A harmonious and seamless balance of textures, design, functionality and the finest craftsmanship for a sophisticated and understated sense of home: the new Bottega Veneta Home Collection which is being presented during Salone del Mobile in Milan...