The 2017 Dutch Design Week (21-29 October), strongly focused on innovation, is an ideal occasion to take stock of new trends and frontiers of design
Continuing its collaboration with the Milan Furniture Fair’s “Salone Satellite”, also in 2017 Rinascente promotes the work of 9 emerging designers.
The Design Museum in London announces Ferrari: Under the Skin, a major exhibition exploring the history and design of Ferrari.
“Play Parade” is the exhibition – running at the Vitra Design Museum from September 9 – dedicated to the toys designed by Charles and Ray Eames.
The exhibition of the Beazley Designs of the Year 2017 will be open from October 18, 2017 through January 28, 2018 at the Design Museum in London
LDF continues its relationship with the Victoria and Albert Museum and, also for this edition, the program at the V&A includes installations and talks
London Design Festival 2017: two landmark projects from this year’s edition: Urban Cabin by Mini Living with Sam Jacob, and Studio Villa Walala by Camille Walala
“Rebel and poet” is the title of the exhibition that Vitra Design Museum dedicates to Ettore Sottsass (1917 – 2007) for the centenary of his birth.
Light, strong and versatile: from July 15, V&A Museum presents the history of plywood in a new exhibition exploring a material that “made the modern world”
From 21 May through 1 October, 2017 the CID – Centre for Innovation and Design at Grand-Hornu, hosts the exhibition “nendo: invisible outlines”.
Physical and virtual merge into the design by MAD Architects for the new Roca Gallery flagship store at Dongzhimen, Beijing.
From 24 May through 15 October, 2017 the new Design Museum in Kensington High street, London presents the exhibition “California designing freedom”.
Design: 17 of the most talented Dutch designers will share their vision in a group exhibition entitled “Human Nature” during NYCxDESIGN 2017.
The Centre Pompidou in Paris is presenting “Mutations/Créations“: an event turned towards the interaction between digital technology and creation.
History and design of the Seiko UC-2000, the first wristwatch computer in history, and of other Japanese wearable and pocket computers of the ’80s
Clerkenwell is ready for the 8th edition of the CDW – Clerkenwell Design Week, taking place from 23 through 25 May, 2017.
Too Good to Waste is the installation designed by Benedetta Tagliabue – EMBT for American Hardwood Export Council on view at “Material Immaterial”.
The exhibition “Inspired in Barcelona: In & Out”, on view at Palazzo Isimbardi during the Milan Design Week 2017, showcases the latest Catalan design.
Celebrated Venice glass manufacturer Salviati presents at Ventura Centrale the luminous installation Decode/Recode, created by Luca Nichetto and Ben Gorham
May I have your attention please?” Is the installation by Maarteen Baas who presents in Milan the 101 Chair and the Maarten Baas Table produced by Lensvelt
On a white carousel in Milan’s central station, Lee Broom presents his most iconic designs to celebrate the tenth anniversary of his brand
For the Milan Design Week, Base Milano in Zona Tortona hosts “Design Nomade”, an interesting event and exhibition focused on contemporary nomadic living
On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2017, Oikos presents White in the City, a project focused on the white color involving leading names in architecture
Installed at the University of Milan for the Design Week 2017, Wave/Cave is an open pavilion made in ceramics, designed by New York-based SHoP Architects.
The exhibition [róng] at Milan Design Week 2017 investigates China’s traditional craft materials and techniques through 70 objects by Chinese designers.
Fifty years of computer design: history of the most ubiquitous piece of technology, manufacturers, designers, and the most innovative computers ever made