A link between past and future was what Arper’s Luigi and Claudio Feltrin had in mind when taking the 1950’s sketches of publisher, curator, architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi and reviving one of her most iconic works:
Paying hommage to the first discotheque in Europe, Berlin-based design studio Mashallah (Hande Akçayli and Murat Koçyigit) and Apparatu (Catalan master ceramist Xavier Mañosa) teamed up for Marset to create a reduced version of the disco mirror ball …
We were very lucky to meet Pia Wüstenberg of Utopia & Utility at designjunction at Palazzo Morando / Milan where she showed her haptic hybrids of two traditional crafts and materials – gem-toned, handmade glass topped by singed wooden branches …
Copper is the new black – Design Academy Eindhoven’s graduate David Derksen might have thought to himself as he took the thin metal, bent it by hand and gave us these beautiful lamps that join in a number of gorgeous products, all experimenting with the same colour scheme.
Working in an open office can be very distracting. Even if we like our co-workers dearly, in moments were we have to concentrate all the chatting and even the sound of typing on keyboards will inevitably be calling our attention and easily lower our productifity.
Each of Milan-based interior designer Federico Peri’s objects represents his creative credo: absolute reduction to the essentials. His mastership becomes obvious in every detail, be it the spartanic shape of his designs or the exclusive use of true materials. His creations withstand both aesthetic and functional standards.
In 2010 Josep Motas started the Bussoga tiles project in a small village embedded between the spanish Pyrenees and the Costa Brava. Several months later Josep was ready to showcase his first designs to the world.