Edra's Boa sofa may have found a new home in the Hollywood Hills with Kendall Jenner, but its roots are grounded in the cultural history of Brazil and the traditions of craftsmanship reinterpreted by the Sao Paulo-based and internationally renowned, Estudio Campana.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's first collection for Cassina includes the Cotone armchair and the Baleno shelving system that express the Bouroullec's interest in process and making, perfectly balanced by Cassina's artisanal and industrial skills.
The documentary film 'B&B Italia. Poetry in the shape. When design meets industry' tells the story of the company’s extraordinary path between creativity, technology and innovation.
Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levian draw inspiration from the cultural richness of the world, working on design projects as diverse as the Do-Maru collection for B&B Italia, to transformative design for Finnish technology group Nokia.
Big, bold ideas, inventive materials and a collection penned by designers including Marc Sadler, Ferruccio Laviani, Nendo and Patricia Urquiola, Foscarini is a lighting group with a unique vision that bridges design, art and culture.
During the post-war era when experimentation in architecture and design was at a high, Panton was among the first in Denmark to bring new industrial materials and technologies into his studio, including plastic, synthetic textiles and foam, where he produced organic designs often saturated in colour.
Leading up to their 30th anniversary in 2017 Nani Marquina launches a film rich in process that explores the journey of one of the world’s most creative rug makers. Here more space looks back on the Spanish brand's history.
We visit Fernando and Humberto Campana and their thriving workshop and studio, home to the creators of the vast collection of furniture and objects found in museums and galleries around the world.
The Flying Gardeners is a captivating film shot above the city of Milan and through the eyes of three arborists who tend the aerial gardens of the Bosco Vertical designed by Boeri Studio.
Watch author and critic Alice Rawsthorn talk about the power of design thinking through history.
A laboratory for the quirky, the whimsical, and the creative, Fornasetti recently opened its studio doors to share its stories by releasing a series of 10 short films about their work.
A behind the scenes video of a photographic shoot for SP01 reveals the many creative talents responsible for bringing this design collection to life.
Dutch artist and designer Joep Van Lieshout has designed a new lamp for Moooi based on a conceptual artwork that imagined cities of the future.
View the second episode from Kartell Goes Sottsass - the cartoon world of Italian designer Ettore Sottsass.Episode two in the cartoon world of Italian designer Ettore Sottsass, by Italian illustrator Massimo Giacon who also illustrated the biography on the designer 'Ettore'.
B&B Italia celebrates their 50th birthday in 2016 and to start celebrations they have launched a short film.
Inspiration for design can come from surprising sources. This video from Foscarini reveals the unusual mix of influences behind their Spokes lighting collection.
Working with Italian lighting manufacturer Foscarini, designer Luca Nichetto reveals in this film how he was inspired by his Venetian heritage to create the Plass lamp.
Although Verner Panton’s first big break was furniture – the Panton Chair and a collection of ‘seating landscapes’ including Living Tower and Welle – he began, as Anniina Koivu writes for Vitra magazine, by designing a collapsible house
In part 2 of an interview with Artichoke magazine, Moooi’s Casper Vissers discusses the importance of turbulance and the success of the partnership
Moooi CEO and co-founder Casper Vissers revealed the inner workings of the company he founded with Marcel Wanders in 2001.
Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana share inspirations from their hometown São Paulo while paying tribute to their mentor the late Massimo Morozzi, former art director of Italian design group Edra.
“Why make new stuff every year? I’m happy to work on the classics”. As Dezeen found out when meeting Hella Jongerius at her studio in Berlin
Speaking with Marcus Fairs in London, Rolf Fehlbaum shared the philosophy behind Swiss furniture group Vitra: stay small, be crazy about design and balanced with business.
Celebrating 10 years in design, textile and product designer Donna Wilson makes knitted ‘creatures’ that she manufactures in her East London studio and dispatches to the world.
Philippe Starck has created the largest single-moulded polycarbonate armchair for Italian furniture maker Kartell – meet ‘Uncle Jack’.
Just as Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers announce the eight finalists in the Space + Moooi Design Residency for 2014, this year Wanders will be the focus of a huge solo show that was nine years in the making
Domaine de Boisbuchet in the French Poitou-Charentes region is a coveted design destination each summer when it hosts workshops led by designers who this year included Patricia Urquiola.
Designer Werner Aisslinger recently constructed his take on the “Home of the Future” during Berlin’s DMY design show. A series of familiar items ‘re-designed’ the show looked at some very interesting and sustainable ideas.
One of Italy's most well-known designers, Piero Lissoni's work criss-crosses architecture, furniture and graphics. In this interview with filmmaker Matthew Donaldon for Nowness, the designer opens the doors to his Tuscan home.
Torbjørn Andersen and Espen Voll first gained recognition after co-founding Oslo-based Norway Says, a Norwegian design outfit that along with Swedish groups including Front and Claesson Kolvisto Rune, has helped to define Scandinavian design.