A.I. by Kartell is the 1st chair conceived by artificial intelligence, created in response to input received from Philippe Starck, and from the company
The MAD-Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris continues its exploration into the relationship between fashion and body with ‘Marche et démarche’.
Michael Anastassiades will be the “designer of the year” at the next edition of Maison&Objet Paris in January 2020.
Conceived in 1957 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the iconic ‘Bulbo’ lamp is brought back to life today in a new edition by Flos.
‘Originals’, the collection of streetwear designed by Ji Won Choi for Adidas, wins the 2019 Beazley Designs of the Year Award for the Fashion category
A survey of the most innovative designs and products for creating hanging and vertical gardens in homes; from hydroponics systems to string gardens
in 2014, the Central Bank of Norway appointed Snøhetta and Metric Design/Terje Tønnessen to develop the design of its new paper currency
Sunbrella and Wendy Andreu have developed a new technique to ensure the continued sustainability of Sunbrella’s fabric waste
4 Sci-Fi like designs that became reality: the Cray-2 supercomputer, the Northrop YB-49 “Flying Wing”, the OSI Bisiluro race car, and Star Trek’s flip phone
Kaiku Living Color is a system designed to obtain pigments from vegetable waste, offering a sustainable alternative to synthetic colors
Dutch Design Week 2019 presents a number of urban mobility projects including the Station of Being bus shelter by Rombout Frieling lab and a folding helmet for e-bikers by Amy Virasak
“After the wall” at Vitra Design Museum. How has design been shaped by technological, cultural, and social shifts for the last 30 years?
Manufactured initially by ISO Rivolta in Italy in 1953 and then by BMW in Germany, the Isetta was a revolutionary egg-shaped little automobile and the world’s first microcar
Beazley Designs of the Year 2019. The rethinking of mass-products, and reinterpretation of raw design materials dominates this year’s product selection
Until 13 October 2019 the CID – Centre d’Innovation et du Design at Grand-Hornu, in Belgium, presents the exhibition “Design on Air”.
The exhibition “Moving to Mars” explores how sending humans to Mars is not just a new frontier for science but also for design
At the V&A, ‘FOOD: Bigger than the Plate’ explores how innovative organisations are radically re-inventing how we grow, distribute and experience food
From 17 through 26 June, 2019, unique pieces and limited edition designs are on view in Salò, on the west coast of Lake Garda.
The 14th edition of the Barcelona Design Week, entitled “Transicions”, runs from 12 through 20 June 2019
London Design Festival 2019 preview: the ‘Please be seated’ installation designed by Paul Cocksedge in Broadgate
Bauhaus#Itsalldesign is open at the Designmuseum Danmark to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the art school founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919
With the exhibition “Living in a Box: Design and Comics” the Vitra Design Museum explores the world of comics and their relationship to design
The CID -Centre d’innovation et du design- features “Glass-Oriented Design”. The exhibition presents a series of glass objects realized at CIRVA, Marseille
Italian artist Maria Cristina Finucci created a large site-specific art installation in Milan made out of about two tons of used plastic bottle caps
During the Milan Design Week 2019, Brazilian design firm Estudio Campana transformed a cloister of the Statale University palace in Milan into a large grass-covered installation
At Milan Design Week 2019, Japanese design firm TAKT PROJECT, led by Satoshi Yoshiizumi, presents “glow ⇄ grow”, a lighting installation consisting of clear-resin stalactites