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For the 90th anniversary of Cassina, Rizzoli publishes a book that illustrates the experience of a brand that has made international design history, while investigating the habitat of the future. With a preface by Barbara Lehmann that contextualizes the publication in the history of Cassina and the company’s ongoing research on interiors.
Lisbon’s new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) seems like ideal location to consider the current mood of urban civilisation. The smooth, naturalistic yet futuristic building designed by Amanda Levete rises up out of the bank of the river Tagus, in a city which, even after the crippling nationwide financial crisis of 2010, received Wallpaper’s Best City award for 2017.
Born in Annecy, a city in the French Alps, illustrator and designer Frédéric Forest has already worked for Cartier, as well as the Adidas Advanced Design Studio in Italy, where he designed for the brand’s high-end sports shoes range.
Ceci N’est Pas’, meaning ’This Is Not’ in French, is the third and final chapter of Miguel Vallinas’ surrealist pictures series that stage human bodies, always well-dressed coupled with unexpected head. In ‘La Trahison des Images’
For over 45 years, the name of Deloudis has become synonymous with high end furniture design in Greece. We are now delighted to announce the opening of our flagship store in the beautiful city of Limassol in Cyprus.
No huge green shelf full of brass keys welcomes guests of A Life extraordinary, shows staged by Moooi, in Via Savona 56 spaces at the Salone del Mobile 2017. Each opens one of the fantastic imagery of the hotel rooms that the Dutch brand founded by Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers has made to present new objects that are added to the already endless collection of mobile furniture and carpets.
Milan Design Week 2017: to visitors until the opening of the showroom in via Durini is just enough to understand that armchairs and sofas are confirmed undisputed protagonists of the living area. You want to know what the trends are intercepted by renowned designer? What shapes, colors and fabrics have captured our attention? Here we present a selection of brand new products previewed in design Milan street.
"I arrived in Rome in the New Year of 1956, and looking back now, it seemed like the end of a classical journey. Renaissance Italy means Europe, or even the West, which is exactly what I wanted. I could have continued on my way, but there was no need to go elsewhere. And due also to my character, there was no question of turning back".
Felicia Ferrone has become known for her continuous ability to deliver the unexpected—a skill she perfected while living in Milan and working with some of the best designers in the business. But with a degree in architecture, Ferrone only started designing after living in Milan and being immersed in Italy’s strong cultural heritage in design.
A journey begun looking at our native land with new eyes, seemingly suspended in a timeless dimension and untouched by modernity, but which appears to the patient observer as being authentic and of excellent craftsmanship handed down from one generation to the next, the highest expression of Italian know-how.