A round-up of some of the star turns to be shown at this year's Salone, including Fritz Hansen's relaunch of an Arne Jacobsen classic and Karimoku's fusion of food and furniture
The Swedish trio's playful blown-bubble LED shade will explode and reform millions of times over the bulb's life.
The iconic Danish wool-and-viscose fabric was stuffed, boiled, hardened, but above all celebrated by a series of international designers for an eclectic exhibition by producer Kvadrat at this year's Milan Furniture Fair.
The British furniture brand that made its name by working with some very big-name designers launched a collection of anonymous products at the Milan furniture fair.
Now that London's National Film Theatre has become "BFI Southbank", what used to be the NFT bar under Waterloo Bridge has become "The Riverfront", run by catering chain Benugo.
Ikea has invited Swedish quartet Front to design pieces for its new PS collection, finally allowing fans of the designers to own a piece of the studio's furniture at an affordable price.
The Building Centre tackles urban farming, the hot architectural topic of the moment - a possible way for cities to save themselves and the world.
The rendered image has seduced photography. There was a time when the computer-generated image wanted to be like a photo. Now, it’s the other way round.
Never a dull moment in Cape Town. It's a sun-splashed jamboree of some of the world's most impressive design talent, and the kind
There was a time BC (before Conran) when chefs and designers moved in separate spheres. But, in recent times, the boundaries between food and design have begun to dissolve.
The four women who make up Front work in an old bus garage in the south of Stockholm. The building is soon to be demolished, so there is an eerie vacancy to the place, and a sense of imminent change.
Rising Swedish design outfit Front has completed its first interior, for an art gallery in Stockholm.
In September, icon published a letter from a Swedish professor saying the country’s design scene had fallen flat. Not true, says Lesley Jackson, a writer and curator who visited Stockholm last year to gather material for an exhibition on Swedish design – it’s as dynamic as it ever was. Here she picks half a dozen young practitioners that represent the new spirit in the country.