First launched as a print magazine in 2003, more space is all about design and creativity with a focus on inspiring people and projects – while also exploring the business end of the design industry and the behind-the-scenes machinations that make it tick.
more space is all about design and creativity. It's where Space Furniture shares ideas, inspiring people and projects, and explores the ever-evolving business end of the design industry. more space is where you will find the latest news, stories, opinions, interviews and films produced in collaboration with leading creatives and design thinkers around the world.Edited by Heidi Dokulil and published by Space Furniture, more space is an online platform that is editorially independent and collaboratively open.
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British designer Lee Broom is heading to Sydney to create one of his most significant exhibitions to date with an immersive installation in collaboration with Space. The large-scale installation entitled ‘Park Life’ will be showcased for one week only in Sydney and is the first exhibition by Lee Broon in Australia.
Like the Red Blue Chair, the Zig-Zag, the Schröder 1 and the Utrecht, the limited edition Beugel is an example of architect Gerrit Rietveld’s experimental approach to design – ideas that fellow designer Charlotte Perriand also championed in the 1920s.
Be / Colour! is a limited-edition capsule collection by designer and art director Ferruccio Laviani that uses colour to reimagine some of Foscarini's most popular lamps, and in the process uncovers a new side to their personality.
A recent exhibition on the influential French designer Charlotte Perriand featured furniture and interiors across her nearly 80-year career, including her first big launch at the 1927 Salon d’Automne that caught the eye of Le Corbusier and began their 10-year collaboration.
Design takes centre stage in a short film created by Italian furniture brand B&B Italia in collaboration with OffiCine and Elle Decor Italia. Inside a classic Milanese apartment, life unfolds around the Atoll sofa designed by Antonio Citterio. and an elegant set created by Studio Silenzi.
Along with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, Marcel Wanders has been recognised by Interior Design Magazine in New York for his achievements in design, joining the magazine’s 34th Hall of Fame.
When German glassmakers Ichendorf relocated to Milan in the 1990s, the group found the ideal balance between tradition, ancient techniques and some of the world’s best designers, and went on to create one of the most beautifully pared back glass collections outside Finland and Scandinavia.
The Milan-based design studio Metrica has collaborated with SP01 on the Australian furniture brand’s first storage collection, a range defined by playful compositions, careful detailing, colour and material.
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.