Matarèl

Matarèl by Matteo Ragni

Matarèl is a rolling pin in pyrex, designed by Matteo Ragni and created for a special food-design event presented during Milan Design Week.

VVD kitchen by Vincent Van Duysen

Since its first presentation last year, Dada has developed and made flourish the compositional clevernesses introduced by Vincent Van Duysen in the design of the VVD kitchen.

Experimental Gastronomy by Steinbeisser

This October, Steinbeisser and the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam are celebrating the fifth anniversary of their Experimental Gastronomy project.

Tavola Arcaica by Fabio Molinas

Fabio Molinas is among the first to have engaged in the primitive trend in kitchenware design of the past few years. 

b2 by bulthaup and EOOS

The first kitchen workbench that bulthaup launched in 1988 was utterly revolutionary.

Alessi

Extra Ordinary Metal by Alessi

Established in 1921, the definition of Alessi was precisely as a “workshop for the processing of brass and nickel silver sheet metal, with a foundry”.

Tulèr by Tipic and Offmat

Tulèr is the world’s first responsive kitchen, a synthesis of the research developed by Tipic Design Studio and Offmat, the research lab that Tipic designed for Marmo Arredo. 

SHINING

Elica SHINING by Fabrizio Crisà

A new island cooker-hood in Elica’s New Evolution line, SHINING is an evolution of the previously presented, award-winning Edith hood.

Vipp

The Vipp Kitchen

The latest kitchen furniture from Vipp combines industrially tooled and refined powder-coated steel with the light tactility of fine ceramic stoneware.

EVOKE by Sarah-Linda Forrer

The EVOKE collection by Sarah-Linda Forrer focuses on the powerful message created by using sensual eating objects when staging food.

Cove kitchen

Cove kitchen by Zaha Hadid Architects

The mono-bloc Cove kitchen is the natural evolution of a freestanding unit, equipped with areas for cooking and washing up as well as a space for socialising.

Christopher Jenner

Yixing and Epicurean by Christopher Jenner

Fascinated by the richness of artisanal traditions around the world, Christopher Jenner is always looking into case histories for displaying new forms of food choreography and interaction.

More Trees Stool

Launching at Maison & Objet in Paris from September 8 to 12, the More Trees Stool is an easy to assemble knockdown that comes in three sizes.

The Rosenthal Junto Collection

Junto collection brings together fine porcelain, sumptuous ceramics, and warm wood.

David Einsiedler

The historical Midgard lamp brand, relaunched at the beginning of 2017, was originally founded by engineer Curt Fischer in 1919 in Thuringia (Germany). Today, Fischer is regarded as the inventor […]