21.04.15 | Stories

Memphis in Milan

The Memphis movement is back, but maybe it never really went away – the colourful, exuberant and optimistic ideas first launched at the Milan Furniture Fair in 1981 are found just below the surface and still influencing designers today. More

16.04.15 | News

#milanfurniturefair

The most popular design event held every year, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile launched on Tuesday. Here is a scrapbook of new releases, exhibitions, people and installations set against the backdrop of beautiful Milan. More

15.04.15 | News

Youthful Stories

A look at the early work of designers including Fernando and Humberto Campana and Antonio Citterio, Domus magazine launched ‘Youthful Stories – Storie di Ventenni’ during the MIlan Furniture Fair More

10.04.15 | News

Living Divani, rituals of everyday life

A small, dynamic, family-run furniture company, Living Divani launches its new collection in Milan that mixes old-fashioned ways with innovation and rituals of everyday life. More

08.04.15 | News

Mollino in Milan

The latest homage to Carlo Mollino at the Milan Furniture Fair this month reminds us of the important cultural role that furniture manufacturers also play in connecting us to design. More

02.04.15 | Film

Bouroullecs x Belleville

On the eve of the Milan Furniture Fair, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have released a short film featuring their latest collection for Swiss furniture maker Vitra – two chairs and two tables called Belleville, or ‘beautiful town’. More

24.03.15 | Film

Nanimarquina x Neri & Hu

In the latest collaboration for Spanish rug makers Nanimarquina, Neri & Hu has created a series of symbolic pieces that draw on calligraphy, texture, pattern and colour. More

20.03.15 | News

Kartell, in the kitchen

In Paris earlier this year, Kartell transformed its flagship store on Boulevard Saint-Germain with the new jewel-like tableware collection ‘Kartell in Tavola’, 40 years since designers Anna Castelli Ferrieri and Franco Raggi penned the group’s first pieces. More

17.03.15 | News

UK says no to design ‘biters’

The UK government has announced that on the 6 April 2020 the country’s new copyright protection law will be introduced and the local production and sale of design copies will be illegal.  More

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