26.08.14 | Film

Vitra, on staying small

Speaking with Marcus Fairs in London, Rolf Fehlbaum shared the philosophy behind Swiss furniture group Vitra: stay small, be crazy about design and balanced with business.

20.08.14 | News

Gaetano Pesce in Rome

Here, Italian-born New York-based designer, artist and architect Gaetano Pesce writes for Domus magazine about the importance of diversity and ‘disorderliness’ when showing his work to the public More

19.08.14 | News

Interface: people, machines, design

From Mario Bellini to Ettore Sottsass, Charles and Ray Eames and Dieter Rams, a new show at the Powerhouse Museum reveals the secret life of machines and the designers, past and present, who have shaped IT. More

08.08.14 | Stories

Serafini x Palomba

Designing for Kartell, Zanotta and Foscarini, amongst other leading furniture brands in Italy, the studio of Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba is influenced by the works of Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe and the Bauhaus group. More

31.07.14 | Film

Tiny miracles

The Tiny Miracles Foundation is a Netherlands-based charity set up in 2010 by Laurien Meuter and now run in collaboration with Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop and a community of Mumbai craftspeople. More

24.07.14 | Film

Donna Wilson x making

Celebrating 10 years in design, textile and product designer Donna Wilson makes knitted ‘creatures’ that she manufactures in her East London studio and dispatches to the world. More

17.07.14 | Stories

Elephants x Mosquitos

Anniina Koivu, writing for Vitra magazine, explores contemporary design from a figurative perspective. Reviewing the works of Charles and Ray Eames, Louis Kahn and Antonio Citterio, amongst others More

03.07.14 | Film

Beauty in the process

Born from a simple mission of ‘wanting to design rugs’, Spanish rug maker Nanimarquina is always looking for ways to reinvent the meaning and possibilities of their craft. More

02.07.14 | News

Bertjan Pot in Milan

With new works for Moooi and others at the Milan Furniture Fair in April, this month Bertjan Pot’s studio returns to Milan for Workwear at the Triennale, with new characters from his colourful, and sometimes a bit scary, Mask collection. More


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