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

16.09.14 | Film

The business of Moooi, part 1

In Australia earlier this year to take part in a series of insider business talks hosted by Space Furniture, Moooi CEO and co-founder Casper Vissers revealed the inner workings of the company he founded with Marcel Wanders More

08.09.14 | Film

Campana brothers x São Paulo

Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana share inspirations from their hometown São Paulo while paying tribute to their mentor the late Massimo Morozzi, former art director of Italian design group Edra. More

01.09.14 | Film

Hella Jongerius, in conversation

“Why make new stuff every year? I’m happy to work on the classics”. As Dezeen found out when meeting Hella Jongerius at her studio in Berlin More

01.09.14 | News

Artist Jacopo Foggini at musée D’orsay

A tribute to the great Parisian museum and described as a mix of craftsmanship by a great master glassmaker and an abstract pastry chef, artist Jacopo Foggini reveals his new chair for the musée D’orsay. More

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.  More

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