23.10.14 | Film

Verner Panton, on the road

Although Verner Panton’s first big break was furniture – the Panton Chair and a collection of ‘seating landscapes’ including Living Tower and Welle – he began, as Anniina Koivu writes for Vitra magazine, by designing a collapsible house More

22.10.14 | Stories

Tsé & Tsé, little Paris studio

Tsé & Tsé associées is Catherine Lévy and Sigolène Prébois who have have been drawing and making objects from their little Paris studio since they graduated from the ENSCI-Les Ateliers. More

15.10.14 | Interviews

Zanotta, design protagonist

Founded by Aurelio Zanotta in 1954, Italian furniture group Zanotta came to the fore in the heady days of the late 1960s with Sacco, Blow, Throw-awayMezzadro and Sella, designs that were cool and modern.  More

10.10.14 | News

Vitra, world of pictures

“Eventually everything connects – people, ideas, objects…  the quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.” Charles Eames  More

06.10.14 | News

UP5 junior

The iconic UP5 armchair is one of the most recognisable designs of the 20th century and this year B&B Italia has decided to launch a pint-size version. More

30.09.14 | Film

Maarten Van Severen, on film

The son of an abstract painter, designer Maarten Van Severen began studying architecture at the Sint-Lucas Art Academy in Ghent, Belgium, before following his love of furniture design.  More

23.09.14 | Interviews

From the archive, Enzo Mari

In 1980 Aurelio Zanotta, founder of Zanotta, paid Enzo Mari a visit with a rock climber’s nail, the type that makes the most of crevices in the rock wall to sustain the climber. This was the beginning of the Tonietta chair More

22.09.14 | News

Bouroullecs x London Design Medal

French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have been awarded this year’s London Design Medal following in the footsteps of illustrious designers and artists including Ron Arad, Thomas Heatherwick and Peter Saville. More

16.09.14 | Film

Turbulence and Moooi, part 2

In part 2 of an interview with Artichoke magazine, Moooi’s Casper Vissers discusses the importance of turbulance and the success of the partnership More


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