For their first collaboration with Italian furniture brand Glas Italia, French brother Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec designed a collection of thermo-welded glass furniture which incorporates elements of wood and felt.
During the Milan Design Week 2014 at Lexus Design Amazing exhibition, Japanese designer Nao Tamura has presented a floating installation influenced by the earthquake that struck Japan in 2011.
Mini once again has used the Milan Design week to showcase its visionary design perspectives with an impressive installation. The Mini design team has joined forces with London-based art and design collective United Visual Artists (UVA) to present Parallels.
As part of the ‘RIBA Shanghai Windows Project 2014’ UNStudio was invited by China Xintiandi to create a gateway installation for the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall in Shanghai.
Japanese designer Naoki Ono, founder of Tokyo-based YOY design studio, presented at Salone Satellite during Milan Design Week 2014 a lights series that projects a lamp shade silhouette onto the wall.
To celebrate their third year presence at Salone del Mobile, fashion brand COS commissioned a site-specific installation and a temporary concept store to Japanese studio Nendo.
On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2014, Lexus for the second edition of its ‘LEXUS Design Amazing’ exhibition invited Italian designer Fabio Novembre to interpret the theme ‘Amazing in Motion’ through a site-specific installation.
Like an abstract figure, halfway between animal and vegetal, with its fluid curbs between softness and tension, Cape lamp collection by French designer Costance Guisset for furniture brand Moustache, reveals its light and opalescent colours.
Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola trusts her intuition and designs a modular sofa system in a new shape and construction for Italian furniture brand Moroso.