100 experts from the permanent design Observatory have chosen SKiN, the seating system by Jean Nouvel, and Gliss 5th, the modular, flexible wardrobe system by Molteni&C, for inclusion in the 2008 ADI Design Index.
A new stepping stone in the ongoing cooperation between Cleaf and architect Carlo Colombo, one of the most acclaimed designers on both the national and the international level. A new project is set to be presented within the exhibition area at the next edition of Abitare il Tempo in Verona: “Casa Colombo” – more than a home, a life-concept.
Berlin – shaped by the political upheavals of the 20th century like no other city – and Manhattan, New York, the epitome of the big city, metropolis of the Modern Age. In the photographs of Gerrit Engel these two cliché-laden cities are to be seen in a new, completely unfamiliar light. He focuses on the buildings like a scientist researching exotic beings. Fascinated, ...
The symposium on the theme VISIONS, curated by Pietro Valle, brought on the stage such personalities as Peter Wilson from BOLLES+WILSON, Pier Vittorio Aureli from the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, John Frazer from Queensland University of Technology, Lars Krueckeberg from GRAFT, Tony Fretton, Derrick De Kerckhove, Beatriz Colomina, Marcos Novak and many more protagonists ...
Guido Gallovich, “Made In Italy” in Washington. Italian design arrives at the White House, thanks to a gift made during last G8 held in L’Aquila, from President Silvio Berlusconi to USA President Barak Obama: A glass table, realized in an unique piece and representing the American flag.
Arketipo takes part in the restyling of the Montecarlo Beach Hotel. The Riviera style is back in the new version of the Montecarlo Beach Hotel; the complete refurbishing is by India Mahdavi and the upholstered furniture is by Arketipo specially made for this Monaco luxury hotel.
New 139,200-square-foot museum wing designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects unites historic Beaux-Arts building and Marcel Breuer addition. Rafael Viñoly Architects has designed the new East Wing at the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA), Ohio, which opened to the public on June 27, 2009. Its completion marks the opening of the first of three planned wings.