Argentine-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone has reinvented the brand’s iconic Archibald armchair in the style of boundary-pushing art Words by Sonia Zhuravlyova To mark its 110th
It was the car that drove Italy’s economic miracle, swerving past the Vespa to become Italians’ favourite ride – but it never escaped the sense
Designed just after World War II, in a bombed out aeroplane factory in Italy, the Vespa has been a classic since the day it
Roof of the Duomo. Photo by Daniel Case Every April, designers, architects, brands and the media descend upon Milan for the biggest event in the
The UniFor factory building At Milan Design Week 2019, UniFor will be celebrating its 50th anniversary through a series of installations curated by Ron Gilad.
Caps vases, which are designed to reduce waste from the glassblowing process. Photos: Guglielmo Brambilla / Mattel Bellomo / Zeyu Rong Treviso-based designer Guglielmo Brambilla’s
Nichetto was inspired by tea-drinking ceremonies The Venetian designer sought to reinvent today’s frenetic coffee-drinking habits with a touch of ritual and contemplation The Sucabaruca