Full-on red styling at Danish Chromatism at Triennale Design Museum, Milan 2013.
Leading the charge for British design in Milan is Edit by Design Junction, which has brought classic brands such as Ercol - who collaborated with Timorous Beasties on the sofa above - to La Pelota, via Palermo.
Floral decadence in this month’s @TandCmag
A perfect and elegant combination between modern art, fashion and vintage furniture at L’APPUNTAMENTO hosted by Casa Capriz, Tangram and Platform China provides inspirations for lifestyle store visual merchandising.
Photos by Daniele Mattioli
We love these inspirational art and furniture designs by Fredrikson Stallard in collaboration with Swarovski seen in Swarovski’s private design exhibition in Hong Kong.
The exhibition marks its entry into the city showcasing its collaborations in the worlds of fashion, jewellery, film, music, theatre and dance, art, architecture, and design.
Like Bauhaus? We love London designer Andy Martin’s beautiful wooden road bike which adopts the same steam-bending processes of the German furniture company Thonet, shame about the £43,000 price tag.
At this season’s High Point Market, metallics are seen woven into home textiles for subtler effects alongside high-impact finishes of gold, silver and copper for furniture and home accessories.
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Currently on show at PAD London, courtesy of directional design space Gallery FUMI, is the Infinity Table by Studio Silverlining. Made of through-dyed ripple sycamore, coloured lacquer, and a laminated composite core, this beauty is available in a limited-edition of eight.
Our kidswear team left the MoMA in New York today feeling utterly inspired by the current exhibition Century of the Child: Growing by design, 1900-2000.
Spanning 100 years of design thinking and history, and featuring an intriguing collection of kids furniture, toys, games, books and much more, the result is a wonderful and thought provoking study of children and childhood throughout the 20th century – one not to be missed!
Runs until November 5 at MoMA, New York
British chef Jamie Oliver has teamed up with design brand Fritz Hansen to celebrate 10 years of his restaurant Fifteen - by auctioning off an army of Arne Jacobsen’s famous Ant chairs, each one customised by one of 20 different artists and designers.
The BIG Chair Project launches today and includes designs by Christopher Bailey (top left), Sarah Burton (top right), Matthew Williamson (bottom left) and Sir Paul Smith (bottom right), among others. [Photos David Parry/PA]