SCP puts Peter Marigold's asymmetrical, handcrafted shelving into production, alongside a range of products designed for frequent house-movers.
Japanese design studio Nendo blew into polyester sacs to make its series of mushroom-like lamps. It was part of the Sensware exhibition, curated by Kenya Hara, shown at Museo Triennale in Milan last week.
In Palazzo Crivelli, just off via Pontaccio, we found this gem of an exhibition: 10 Anni Con Ettore, exhibiting limited-edition works that Ettore Sottsass made the last ten years of his life for Galleria Clio Calvi Rudi Volpi.
Giant, empty snow globes and a shelving system made from white shoe boxes were just a few of the products in Maison Martin Margiela's interior design debut in Milan, entitled Mat, Satiné, Brilliant.
We’ve just got back from Milan furniture fair with a sack full of images to show you (and some very sore shoulders and feet to accompany). To kick things off, here’s some photos of Moroso’s M’Afrique installation in the Italian Superbrand’s showroom on Via Pontaccio.
The mail art of Ray Johnson is a brilliant private form of self-expression that reveals everything and nothing.
Swedish design collective Front’s illusory sofa for Moroso is among the products being launched at the Milan Furniture Fair this week.
Back by popular demand, the icon design trail has now arrived in Milan and can be picked up free of charge at key venues across the city.
Last year Konstantin Grcic's Myto chair was one of Milan furniture fair's biggest success stories. Here is its quiet successor Monza, also for Plank - not because we need another chair, but because Grcic says it's important that his studio keeps busy.
The Milan furniture fair kicks off tomorrow. We met with Giulio Cappellini ahead of the world's biggest design event to talk about his predictions for the week.