"After decades of being invaded by synthetic and technical materials, there's a return to investing in eternal qualities and rare elements such as marble" says the Canadian designer duo behind Oeuffice.
Designer Tomas Alonso pays homage to French artist Pierre Leron Lesur, who passed away in the beginning of 2014, with a furniture series that gives a functional dimension to the woodworking technique called “Sylvistructure”.
'Signs of Fiction' jewelry, accessories, futuristic circuits of lines, minimalism of contemporary graphic design. Elegant essential geometries of Art Déco re-interpreted. By Lior Shulak, Shenkar College, Tel Aviv.
From urban planning to sculpture, passing by fashion and design. In one word: versatility. A difficult card to play without the mix of engineering competences, instinct for experimentation and visual sensitivity of Daniel Widrig.
"It’s easy to always desire more when you don’t have to sacrifice anything in exchange for it". Adrien Petrucci (1988) introduces his collection "Reformed Objects", presented at the 2011 Graduation Show of the Design Academy of Eindhoven.
"Dusty Diamonds" by Anna Elzer Oscarson. The series of objects to decorate the table is a project in collaboration with company Porslinsfabriken from Lidköping, once used by manufacturers of renown Rörstrand porcelain.
The future is in our hands and designer Matteo Zorzenoni knows it well. Because his work experiments not only with materials and their limits, but also with new and fruitful collaborations with Italian artisans.
Rays of light seep through the window, fill the air and design spaces. It's moments like these that inspired designer Jayoung Baek, who forges objects with the delicacy of embroidery. And an ethereal series of vases is the result.
In the renaissance setting of the Chiostro del Bramante, in Rome, the new multidisciplinary project of Double, a mix between fashion and architecture, takes shape. It’s called "NU:S", from an idea of Antonella Buono.
Accepting one’s fate can be liberating. The problem is finding one’s path while zigzagging between modern neuroses. We have discovered that observing Tina Vlassopulos’ work can help. Here are her pots for 'contemplation'.