The Milan Furniture Fair presented a series of rooms inspired by the cult sci-fi film Tron – only without the movie’s convoluted lines.
Vienna’s Mischer Traxler twists an ostensibly prosaic basket-making project into a deft comment on the ambivalence of automation.
Chyutin Architects’ spare arrangement of concrete and grass strips creates a gateway to Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
London designer Suzanne Lee’s clothes are made from sheets of cellulose grown from bacteria and yeast – could this be the path to environmentally friendly fashion?
Soft, yielding felt is made rigid and supportive in design duo Raw-Edges’ latest experimental line of furniture.
Philippe Starck has inflicted his special brand of luxury wackiness on a prestigious Paris hotel, turning the Cigar Bar into a bordello and cramming the rooms with personal effects.
Àlvaro Leite Siza Vieira’s house for his family in Porto, Portugal, might look modern, but the architect sees it as an experiment in classicism.
A new furniture collection from Johanna Dehio turns makeshift objects into credible pieces of design.