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An installation for London's Victoria and Albert Museum, home to more than four million items of historical and contemporary art and design. Nendo, pressed punched metal to create a transparent chairwith a seemingly soft back rest...
I grew up in Murano, an island near Venice, where my grandfather was a Glass Master and my mother was a glass decorator. Having grown up in this type of environment it was quite spontaneous to create something.
Nendo designed the Window displays for the Tod's shops at the Galleria and on the Via Spiga Street in Milan, for this year's Salone del Mobile in Milan which took place from the 17 to the 22nd of April.
The Private Rocker, a contemporary design for an office chair, was created by Kyle Fleet, a young student at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. The winning design manufactured by Herman Miller, was part of a design project entitled, ‘Rest and Concentration in the Workspace.’
The IONIA brand of fine porcelain, is one which has justly earned itself a distinctive reputation in the Greek market over the past 40 years. On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, the classic quality of IONIA products is celebrated by the stunning contemporary designs of Stavros Papayannis and Fani Malamatou in the commemorative collection: Mediterranean.
The cleanliness, practicality, and most of all the beauty of Nendo's designs are undisputed, and this time he has shown us how its done through the wonderful world of Bisazza. However, even though his work does all the talking needed, here are a few words from the man himself, enjoy!
Fabio Novembre designed an amazing form, but above all it's amazing that it could be real, providing to the daily life of design, where unfortunately often the images are repeated, a totally new dream. Below you will find a description from the designer about this very interesting project.
Nendo's first collection as art director for the Singaporean brand K% launched at the 2012 Milan Salone. As the exhibition's title suggests, the decision to use black as the exclusive color for all items unifies the collection. We pared away the impact of new materials...
A project by the students of the University of Applied Science, Darmstadt and architect Boris Banozic, the intriguing installation, Trillusion was recently seen during the 2012 Salon del Mobile in Milan.
A passion for technology, functionality and lightness are the values shared by the designer Patrick Norguet and Alias. Kobi has taken shape as a result of this affinity. Norguet has developed a new type of chair, inspired by the tradition of iron wire chairs, coming up with an elegant and light-weight structure: highly contemporary suspended architecture.