In Brussels from the 14th to the 17th March 2019, Collectible is an international fair that focuses on collectible contemporary design...
With a twenty year-long history and a portfolio with over 400 pieces that include modern as well as contemporary Brazilian design, from emerging talents to famous pieces by iconic designers, the extraordinary villa that houses Dpot is a pilgrimage destination for the design and architecture enthusiasts of the city of Sao Paulo.
The MAC (the Museum of Contemporary Art) in Lissone, the Italian town that more than any other is intrinsically linked to furniture production, opens a new permanent design collection.
With a long-standing tradition, the Brazilian interior design scene is a multifaceted field with many interests such as wooden furniture, sustainable design, innovation and style. ABIMAD’27, the Brazilian Salone del Mobile so to speak, is an opportunity to explore the fertile creativity of the Brazilian furniture industry, a gem as regards to its richness and vibrancy.
Bredaquaranta, a leading Italian interior design firm, in a mere ten years has gone from being a tiny business in Milan to a point of reference for the field. Today, Davide D’Avico, the firm’s owner, illustrates Bredaquaranta’s new venture: the launch of a digital platform that aims to ignite the dialogue between the brand and its international target public.
The XXII International Exhibition of the Triennale di Milano investigates the relationship that exists between mankind, nature and design. Overseen by Paola Antonelli, the Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design as well as the Director of the Department of Research and Development of the MoMA in New York...
Wohnmaschine, a “living home” or in other words a reproduction on wheels of the Bauhaus movement. The SAVVY Contemporary design collective has decided to celebrate the centenary of the Bauhaus movement with a 15 metre-long bus that for the following ten months travels around the world.