The coronavirus pandemic has already had a deep impact on design, but its true ramifications will only become apparent with time.
Giancarlo Ragazzi’s footballing fortress brings together two rival teams, several architectural movements and much of Milan’s twentieth-century history under one mighty steel roof
One of Milan Design Week's most popular installations transformed a traditionally utilitarian material using fantastical forms and a striking, art nouveau school
Milan Design Week marks the start of another busy season for the French-Swedish design duo known for characterful, quirky, process-driven products
Milan-based DSL Studio’s photographs of Italian cities explore the formal nature of architecture by focusing on the detail of the everyday
Ivy Ross is in charge of Google's hardware design, and as such it's probably just a matter of time before you own one of her soft, discreet creations. Just don't think about the data harvesting...
The takeover was swift and efficient; today it's the fashion houses pushing the envelope during Milan Design Week.
The N01 chair is the result of Japanese and Danish design coming together in a Nendo and Republic of Fritz Hansen partnership, launched in Milan.
Milan’s Salone Satellite exhibits 650 emerging and young designers under 35 - as the 21st edition wraps up its final moments, we look back at some of our favourite products from this year’s show.
The MINI Living and Studiomama Milan installation ‘Built by All’, introduced a new living concept designed to address individuals’ needs and foster creative communities.
Milan had to wait a long time for its own contemporary art museum, but OMA’s Prada Foundation – now complete with the addition of a sculptural white-concrete tower – has quickly become a gallery of international significance
With Salone del Mobile 2018 just around the corner, ICON picks out some of the top-trends Fiera-goers can expect to encounter at the design capital
Twenty-five years ago, a group of young, unknown Dutch designers took Milan by storm with a stance that was ‘anti-luxury, anti-formal and anti-product’. Their influence is still shaping European design practice two decades later
In this issue: Milan and the Man – How the Expo persuaded the design capital do sell out. Plus: 25 years of Droog, Claudio Luti, Forensic Architecture and more
The scond edition of Ventura Centrale will be bigger and more challenging than the first, says founder Margriet Vollenberg
In the lead-up to Salone del Mobile in Milan, we take a peek at some of the city's sumptuous and often hidden away modernist entrance halls