14.01.15 | News

Maison Objet x Alexander Girard

Vitra recently began working intensively with the archive of Alexander Girard, a master of colour, textile, pattern and decoration who brightened up the more austere aesthetic of classic modernism.  More

12.01.15 | Film

Alessi, dressed in wood

The third series from the Dressed Collection by Marcel Wanders has been launched by Alessi. Following the iconic porcelain patterned plates in 2011, the versatile collection of pots and pans produced in 2012 More

09.01.15 | Film

Growing a chair

For Vitra magazine design writer Anniina Koivu wrote an interesting piece about French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Vegetal chair that is the result of the pair’s deep fascination with nature.  More

29.12.14 | Opinion

3D printing, friend or foe?

“One should not be afraid. History proves that most new developments also create new opportunities.” Ben Huitema. In-house lawyer, Moooi.  More

12.12.14 | Film

Solar Do-Nothing Machine

In tune with their love of experimentation and new technology, in 1957 Charles and Ray Eames designed the Solar Do-Nothing Machine that took toys beyond child’s play to create one of the first solar powered machines. More

05.12.14 | Interviews

Italy x Holland, design exchange

Earlier this year Rome’s MAXXI gallery hosted an exhibition that explored the cross cultural design exchange that is growing between Italy and Holland and the expat Italian designers who are drawn to the poetics of Dutch design schools More

28.11.14 | Stories

LA workshop by Eames

Charles and Ray Eames turned their LA apartment into a workshop in 1941. The Kazaam! machine, a DIY-device for molding plywood was the key to the creation of the Plywood Group as well as Vitra’s Eames Elephant stool for kids and the iconic Organic Chair More

27.11.14 | News

Harper’s Bazaar x Moooi

Moooi’s Prop Light by Dutch designer Bertjan Pot has received the award for best lighting during Harper’s Bazaar Interiors inaugural Design Awards in Dubai this month. More

18.11.14 | Stories

Collapsible x design

In 1968 the iconic Italian furniture brand Zanotta collaborated with architects De Pas, D’Urbino and Lomazzi to create a pneumatic pavillion at Eurodomus in Turin which followed in the footsteps of Blow, their first inflatable armchair.  More


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