Curator Paola Coin and designer Aldo Cibic launched Paula C with a line of hand-finished ceramics and hand-blown glass. As the collection grew so did the research, techniques and collaborators, their latest Stories collection celebrating exuberance, optimism and La Dolce Vita.
In the first exhibition of MC Escher’s work in Australia, the NGV has established a unique curatorial offering by inviting Nendo to collaborate on a series of immersive installations that skirt between what is real, and what is perception, and echo both artists' love of optical illusion.
He is a designer whose big ideas have helped write the narrative for a string of name hotels across South East Asia. more space caught up with Nic Graham to discuss ideas and design process, and why the big hotels are getting braver.
Not a design company that follows the status quo, more space talks with Edra’s Niccolò Mazzei who grew up in the family business amongst the designers and the history of craftsmanship and innovation in Tuscany, and where knowledge runs deep and curiosity begins each new collection.
This year the NGV’s Rigg Design Prize asked ten practices to delve behind the cultural, historical, material and technological aspects of society that inform and shape today’s ‘domestic living’. more space takes a look at the studios who responded to the challenge, and the ideas and design processes behind each interior.
Celebrating the launch of the new Catwalk chair, #KartellWander takes us on a journey through the Kartell collection while exploring some of the most beautiful places in Italy, from the Itria Valley of Apulia, to Forte dei Marmi in Tuscany.
Designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien recently launched Bay, an outdoor seating collection that explores the traditions of weaving, and craftsmanship, and continues the duo’s collaboration with B&B Italia that began with the Almora chair four years ago.
Declared a national landmark in 2001 by the Italian Ministry for Cultural Affairs, Harry’s Bar in Venice is one of the world's most celebrated restaurants. A local for the past there decades, French designer Philippe Starck has designed the Venice chair in recognition.
Space Encounters is Gijs Baks, Stijn de Weerd, Joost Baks and Remi Versteeg, and a team of international architects, designers, artists, stylists, product designers and landscape architects based in Amsterdam. more space recently caught up with Stijn de Weerd to talk about design, experimentation and the future.
more space recently caught up with Nexus Associate and Senior Interior Designer Lucy Marczyk, to talk about curiosity, design collaboration and diversity, and the creative gear shift required to work in a dynamic design studio.
Featuring new designs fresh from Milan Design Week, Space Furniture launches the iconic B&B Italia collection with a series of new look interiors that explore the creative collaboration between the two groups which began over 30 years ago.
Designer Arihiro Miyake is on the go. With a studio in Helsinki, any given week might also find Miyake in Amsterdam with Moooi, in Milan visitng the many collaborators and manufacterurs he works with, or in Japan working on a new interior. more space caught up with the designer to find out more…
While the Venice Architecture Biennale is in full swing, more space goes inside the 16th century Palazzo Papadopoli now home to the Aman Grand Canal Hotel. Originally designed n 1570 the latest intervention by Jean-Michel Gathy embraces the palace’s opulent history, layering it with a curated collection of contemporary design.
Designed by Italian studio Metrica and made by local manufacturers in Italy, ten new additions to the SP01 Design collection include occasional chairs, a sofa, a bench seat, armchairs, and a selection of new tables that add character and depth to the collection.
Open House Melbourne Weekend has just delivered another action-packed program filled with the beautiful and the extraordinary and everything in between. This year we visited the RMIT Design Archive and Substation J and discovered the people, process and art behind city making,
While the 1980s are back in a big way in the fashion houses of Paris and Milan, the furniture industry is also having a revival – or in this case a relaunch – of one Italian-Austrian designer Paolo Piva, and his most famous design the Alanda.
For Reykjavik-based architects Basalt, it is the geographic context deep in the lava on a private inlet of the titular lagoon that shaped The Retreat, a new addition to the Blue Lagoon Hotel recently nominated for a prestigious Mies van der Rohe award and featuring furniture by B&B Italia and Maxalto.
In a major collaboration between the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne and New York's Museum of Modern Art, the exhibition 'MoMA: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art' shines a light on the radical design thinkers, artists and art movements that remain hugely influential today.
At the heart of Kartell’s new Crossing Generation project aimed at bringing the Kartell community (and beyond) together through collaboration, is a diverse group of designers, stylists, musicians, filmmakers and artists including think-tank Fabrica, stylist Diletta Bonaiuti and designer Xiang Guan.
The Melbourne design studio founded by architect Gilad Ritz and interior architect Jean-Paul Ghougassian is building a reputation for finely honed interiors that have won the duo a prestigious AIDA Emerging Interior Design Practice Award and a loyal following.
To celebrate 120 years, Giorgetti has released the book 'Object to Project – Giorgetti design since 1898' that uncovers the history and traditions of the company and a community of makers in Brianza, that remains as relevant today as it was when Giorgetti first began working with timber in 1898.
It’s official, Milan Design Week 2018 was the city’s biggest gathering ever with half a million visitors in just six days. Now that the dust has settled, more space revisits the week’s highlights with a look at Australian brand SP01 that just over a year since its debut is represented around the world, from Los Angeles to Toronto, London, Paris and Vienna.
For the launch of their Museum of Extinct Animals show in Milan, Moooi searched museum archives to find drawings and stories of some of the extraordinary animals the world has lost, bringing them back into focus through the new Extinct Animals collection.
Patricia Urquiola was recently in Singapore to launch the exhibition 'This Will Be The Place’ that accompanies the thought-provoking book produced by Cassina and edited by 'Pop-Up' magazine’s Felix Burrichter to commemorate Cassina's 90th birthday.
Milan Design Week is over for another year and the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, installations, parties, talks and exhibitions have delivered. With the help of the Space team, more space has gathered together a list of our top 18 in 2018 – a roll call of our favourite chairs, tables, armchairs, beds, sofas and lights by some of the most exciting designers and manufacturers on show.
The Triennale design museum is buzzing and the playful 'Temple in the Forest' pavilion at Palazzo Litta by artist Asif Khan has become one of the week's best places to relax. more space makes a beeline for Porro, GTV and the work of legendary architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni inside the frescoed hall of the Umanitaria. Here is what we discovered on day four.
It's the mid-point of Milan Design Week when design themes and variations start taking shape. On the ground, exhibitions are tackling ethical consumption, reversing the waste stream and living smaller, while looking at lessons learnt through our design history – including the work of Achille Castiglioni at the Kartell Museum. Here are our highlights from day three.
Spring has arrived in Milan which just makes everything even more beautiful in this Renaissance city. more space visits Local Design at 'Local Milan', Foscarini, Kartell, Lee Broom and the Nilufar Gallery, and in the process gets up close to the city’s historic and more private architecture. Here is what we found on day two.