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Hermès presented, at the 2014 Milan International Furniture Fair that just finished, a special "Home Universe" installation to showcase the new lighting collections.
TÊTE DE BOIS design brand was launched in 2013 with the concept of the first and unique design wooden headwear, entirely made in Italy. The creator Andrea Deppieri, venetian architect and designer, creative director of Newton & Son, his multisciplinary design studio, expanded the concept to create TÊTE DE BOIS BASKET & CENTREPIECE COLLECTIONS.
Marta Grossi has her Banana for Breakfast. Marta customizes her banana during the night and she has her banana for breakfast the day after. ‘This is a temporary space and love to prove that inspir
For the third year COS is in Milan celebrating Salone del Mobile with a specially commissioned installation and temporary concept store. This year COS is collaborating with Japanese Oki Sato and his design studio Nendo in an original artistic installation that explores their distinctive philosophy...
The Moooi team travels to Milan with a treasure chest full of surprises gathered from all around the five continents and beyond. They won’t find peace until they have shown the public how furnishing a living quarter with clever details and tasteful pieces of furniture brings beauty and value inside our homes and to our lives.
Completed in 2013 and recently open to the public, White Wolf Hotel is a series of buildings intimately related with the surrounding rich natural environment. The built architecture is a realization of the holistic pretensions of the client.
This year TOILETPAPER – with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari at the streering wheel - came into the project as a privileged partner.
Adly Syairi Ramly is back with a series of iconic streetwear brands recreated in LEGO. Using everyone’s favorite building blocks, Syairi’s latest project includes brands like Supreme, A Bathing Ape,...
The ‘Agravic Stone Table’, a monolithic furniture piece that seems to free itself from gravity, existing in its own presence as if it were floating in the air. Cadenced by on-going discoveries, the ‘table of the universe’ envelops amid a pathway of mirrors, reflecting on both the history of the world and humanity.
After designing Viktor & Rolf’s teenage angst-inspired catwalk last fall, Studio Job has done it again. At this month’s Paris Fashion Week, the Dutch fashion brand debuted its grey melange-inspired women’s ready-to-wear collection through an equally bold streetscape scenography.