2017 Milan Design Week and Furniture Fair: venues, exhibitions, design districts, program of events, and all the original articles and pictures by Inexhibit
Apple Mac Pro second generation (2013). History, ancestors, design and manufacturing of one of the most innovative and controversial desktop computers ever
From 4 through 9 April, 2017, 127 exhibitors will be in Milan for the 8th edition of “Ventura Lambrate” for this year’s edition of Milan Design Week.
Until June 18, 2017 the Vitra Shaudepot near Basel presents the exhibition “Monobloc – A Chair for the World” focused on the single-piece chair design
The exhibition “DOUTDESign” organized by “Zona Santambrogio design district” during Milan Design Week will be dedicated to young emerging designers
The 10th International Biennial of Design of Saint-Étienne, entitled “Working Promesse. Shifting Work Paradigms”, takes place from March 9 to April 9, 2017.
The Cité du Design in Saint-Étienne is a leading design center in France, also known as the venue of the Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial
After the success of the 2016 edition this year as well Tortona District aims to be one of the best destinations during Milan Design Week,(4-9 april 2017)
The Osborne 1, history and design of the first portable personal computer, designed by Lee Felsenstein and produced by Osborne Corporation from 1981 to 1983
The Kunstgewerbemuseum in Berlin is the oldest museum of decorative arts in Germany, with a collection of craft, design and fashion spanning 1,200 years
From March 8 through May 21, 2017 the design museum “Museu del Disseny” in Barcelona presents the temporary exhibition “Tapas. Spanish Design for Food”.
The designs selected by Milano Trend.Lab demonstrate a change in today’s society often made of urban nomads for whom a house is a temporary space
The Olivetti Programma 101 desk-top computer; history, design and legacy of what possibly is the first human-centered personal computer ever invented
The Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair – the world’s largest meeting place for Scandinavian design – ends today, Saturday 11th February 2017.
Bröhan-Museum is a museum in Berlin focused on fine and applied arts from the late 19th century to WWII, especially art nouveau, art deco and functionalism
Chairs by Panton, Jacobsen, Wegner, Saarinen, & Aalto narrate the fascinating history of modern Danish and Scandinavian design at the Designmuseum Danmark
The Commodore PET 2001, possibly the first personal computer ever, with its angular, white colored, case is the epitome of technology design in the ’70s
Released in 1981, the Dutch microcomputer Holborn 9100, with its periscope-like monitor, is one of the most “futuristic” computer designs of the Eighties
Better Shelter by J. Karlsson, D. Kanter, C. Gustafsson, J. van Leer, T.de Haas, N. Barlera, the IKEA Foundation, & UNHCR has been named Design of the Year
“Forma” is a stainless steel cheese grater designed by Zaha Hadid Architects for the new collection of the italian brand Alessi
The exhibition “Telling Time” at “Centre d’Innovation et de design au Grand Hornu” in Belgium presents watches created by contemporary artists and designers
From February 11 through May 14, 2017 the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein features the exhibition “Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine”.
For the up-coming edition, running from 20 to 24 January, 2017, MAISON&OBJET PARIS announce RISING TALENT AWARDS UK.
Located on the Zeche Zollverein UNESCO site in Essen, Germany, the Red Dot Design Museum is one of the world’s largest museums of industrial design
The exhibition “Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse” presents the work of 3 designers who put sustainability at the heart of the design process
The project “Pleat Luster” has been conceived by Paris-based design practice Archiee for an exhibition at the “Maison de la Culture du Japon ” in Paris