13.05.14 | Opinion

The power of process

Colour, textiles and material combinations stole the show in Milan this year, while emerging designers, led predominantly by the Dutch, took experimentation to an exciting new level writes David Harrison. More

11.05.14 | Opinion

Viewpoint: Gavin Harris on Milan

This year we asked Australian design industry figures for their views on the Milan Furniture Fair. Here, Gavin Harris of Futurespace shares his thoughts on a year he describes as “multi-faceted”. More

10.05.14 | News

Tailor my Tom Vac

To celebrate the Tom Vac chair’s 15th birthday, Vitra asked more than 20 design studios to reinterpret Ron Arad’s iconic design for Clerkenwell Design Week. More

09.05.14 | News

Verner Panton x Visiona

The 1960s and 70s were all about exploration, of materials and processes but also in the way design and life interacted. The Vitra Design Museum’s exhibition ‘Visiona 1970′ explores Danish designer Verner Panton‘s relationship with industry. More

09.05.14 | Opinion

Viewpoint: Jan Mackay & Tim Jackson on Milan

Designers Jan Mackay and Tim Jackson of Jackson Clements Burrows share their thoughts, inspirations and highlights from a year they describe as “global”. More

30.04.14 | Interviews

Mr Laviani, in the studio

Ferruccio Laviani began his career working with Studio De Lucchi in Milan, a place where experiment is paramount and the springboard to a career designing for Emilio Pucci, PorroFoscarini and KartellMore

24.04.14 | News

In Milan, sitting pretty

In her review of this year’s Milan Furniture Fair for The New York Times, Julie Lasky writes: “By peddling delicate colors, rich textures and domestic comforts, design companies are demonstrating a realistic understanding of what is marketable.” More

16.04.14 | News

Milan pick: Almora by Doshi Levien

For the first project designed by London-based architects Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien for B&B Italia, they have created a lounge chair inspired by the snowy peaks of the Himalayas.  More

16.04.14 | News

Ingo Maurer, an artist’s workshop

Every year Ingo Maurer designs a captivating lighting installation for Milan Design Week that is both eclectic and artful and always a magical adventure.  More

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