CEA Design taps into the future
Dieter Rams has famously said a lot about design. ‘Good design is as little design as possible.’ In the same breath he said: ‘Good design is long-lasting and environmentally friendly.’ […]
The Fine Line | The New Classic by Laufen x Marcel Wanders
Is minimalism overrated? This influential notion has shaped our contemporary attitudes towards our living spaces and architectural aesthetics for over half a century. It is pleasing to the eye to […]
Is Memory Data?
Brand director, artistic director, this professional disrupter and questioner is a consummate chameleon, and what’s not to love about someone who scoffs at the idea of ‘target groups’.
Formations by Tarkett
The French floor and wall coverings company Tarkett has a history that can be traced back over a century.
A Light Touch
The team of Lambert&Fils might not be related, but the family feel to this Canadian lighting design studio is palpable.
There’s No Place Like Home
The work of artist Pipilotti Rist has found a temporary home at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark and her new exhibition is being pinned as a total installation in which you inhabit the artist's spirit, head, body, and home.
The Real Deal
Interzum: A Fair Future
GENERATIONS OF LIGHT
Tobias Grau: a family affair
Molteni&C: a tale of seduction
Iwatemo, a fine addition to the narrative of Scandinavian design
Finnish-Japanese collaboration exhibited in the showroom of Jacksons in Stockholm.
ELOGY TO THE FRENCH ART-DE-VIVRE
LUTEZIA, designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte for CEA, is the tap of tomorrow which adorns the legacy of yesterday.
COS X PAUL COCKSEDGE
COS invites Paul Cocksedge to present an installation at Coal Drops Yard store, King’s Cross, London.
Food for Thought
imm Cologne invites Argentinian designer Alfredo Häberli to present visionary concepts and smart solutions for the future themes of the food industry
MINI Living at China House Vision
For its latest installation in Bejing, MINI Living called upon local architect Dayong Sun – who created a design inspired by the hutongs common in the city's more traditional districts. DAMNº finds out more about the architect
House for De Beir
Set amongst the marshy Knokke-Heist coastal region of Belgium, the private residence of architect Luc De Beir is filled with bespoke finishings – with taps provided by Belgian brand CEA Design