Father and son collaborators Alberto and Francesco Meda reveal Aledin Tec for Italian manufacturer Kartell, an LED task lamp in two versions – Tec and Dec – one designed for the office and the other for home.
A stand out on the MPavilion program this year was 'Design Your Own Pavilion' dreamt up and run by architects Tania Davidge and Christine Phillips of OpenHAUS. Their weekend design workshop looked at what a pavilion was and how you might design one, and engaged more than 30 kids in the adventure.
Named a UNESCO Creativity City of Design in 2015, we take a look at the region's new design hotspot where Space Furniture both strategically and somewhat fortuitously, opened its South East Asa flagship more than a decade ago.
Launched by Mark Holmes and Tamara Caspersz and based in east London, Minimalux has been steadily building a collection of bespoke personal design items that are refined in detail and finished by hand – and attracting a worldwide following including design entrepreneur Casper Vissers.
Celebrating 20 years and the innovative leaps and bounds of furniture maker B&B Italia, the Charles sofa designed by Antonio Citterio was named in honour of Charles Eames and the extraordinary lengths he and Ray Eames went to, experimenting and testing materials and pushing the design industry into the future.
In Miilan this year, Serralunga launched the Cassero collection with Patricia Urquiola. It’s a range that responds to the international love for urban gardening with a series of beautifully pared back pots for planting everything from bamboo to micro-vegetable gardens.
From headquarters in Red Hook, Brooklyn – one of New York's emerging artisan communities and a diverse mix of metal workers, glass blowers, distilleries and chocolate makers – it's no wonder founders Jean Lee and Dylan Davis are producing work that balances playful experimentation and rational function across furniture, lighting, objects and interiors.
Art, wool, ink and cutting-edge technology – the winning formula for Moooi Carpets and their growing collection of artists and designers leading the resurgence of the rug.
Launched at the MAXXI museum in Rome a year on from Zaha Hadid’s untimely death, 'Zaha Hadid in Italy' highlights the seminal Italian buildings and projects shaping the practice that include the R&D collaboration with Italian manufacturer B&B Italia that produced the iconic Moon System.
Under the neon lights of "A Life Individual”, white lab coats, an inflatable dinosaur, and furniture by the world’s best brands, transformed the Space installation with humour and style wrapped up in a series of graphic b&w screens, a technique made famous by design radicals Archizoom that set the scene for the perfect Instagram vignette.
Space Asia celebrates 10 years in Kuala Lumpur at a time when the city is embracing a fresh take on regional architecture, with local and international architects leading the way on new thinking across city-making and residential interiors.
Euroluce is the barometer for light innovation. This year the festival lit a path across Milan, from the Brera district to the famous Spazio Krizia, unveiling artful installations and new works by Studio Formafantasma, Tokujin Yoshioka, Nendo, Edward van Vliet, and more...
Designer Francesco Beinfaré may be in his late-70s but his radical thinking and artistic approach is more relevant that ever, with his new sofa Pack and Chiara demanding attention for both its design and its commentary on the world around us.
Part showroom, part concept shop, Over/Under is a new installation for SP01 in Soho, New York City, designed with the Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio to mark the US launch for the Australian brand.
One of the first women to graduate in architecture from the prestigious Milan Polytechnic in the 1940s, Anna Castelli Ferrieri was a design maverick who co-founded the Kartell company with her husband Guilio Castelli in 1949 and as its art director changed the international landscape of design.
Marking the company's 90th birthday, Cassina produced a collection with new friends and old – going back to the archives with Gio Ponti and Mario Bellini, while future gazing at the influences shaping how we will live tomorrow with Patricia Urquiola, Konstantin Grcic and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
The Australian design brand SP01 made its international debut at Milan Design Week with the launch of the group's indoor collection by Metrica – the award winning Milan-based design studio, and outdoor collection by Tom Fereday – a rising star of Australian design.
At the Milan Furniture Fair this month, Moooi launched 'A life Extraordinary', featuring new works by familiar faces and newcomers, all set against the opulent photographic backdrop of insects in hyper-colour detail.
Although for many the Ghost chair is more recognisable than the designer who created it, for designers, Cini Boeri's exploration into material and technique has set a precedent for practice, while establishing its manufacturer Fiam as a maker of makers.
World-leading Italian furniture maker Cassina returns to Space, with its prestigious collection under the art direction of Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola.
The architectural exploration of design is the focus of a new book by Cassina, 'This Will Be The Place', a renewed collaboration with the internationally renowned designer Konstantin Grcic, and the Soft Props sofa – all soon to be released at this year's Milan Furniture Fair.
World-leading iItalian furniture maker Cassina returns to Space, with its prestigious collection firmly under the wing of art director and celebrated Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola. This return to the fold is both timely and significant with Patricia last heading to Australia to celebrate Space’s 20th birthday in 2013.
Designed in 1987 the Progetti collection inspired by the fine detailing on an elegant handle of an antique walking stick, celebrates 30 years in 2017 with the ‘Progretti 30’ collection featuring four limited edition designs.
See inside Rio's famous cliff top building, Clube Costa Brava, designed in 1962 by architect Ricardo Menescal and transformed into Casa Italia for the Rio Olympic Games – with the help of Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana and furniture manufacturer Edra.
Weighing in at less than your average design magazine, the Piuma chair developed by Kartell and Piero Lissoni explores new processes and technologies to recycle industrial plastics – it is also a nod to Achille Castiglioni who transformed industrial tractor parts in the 1950s.
Studio Arihiro Miyake was founded by designer Arihiro Miyake in Finland in 2004, his latest work Coppélia transforms LED technology and echoes the beauty of Bohemian and Venetian master glassmakers of the 18th century.
A new armchair and sofa range by Bart Schilder and Moooi Works takes its detail and tailoring cues from the design heyday of the Rococo period.
To celebrate the launch of SP01 Design's first outdoor collection, Space clients gathered in Melbourne on a balmy night in November for a unique furniture launch within the Bijoy Jain designed MPavilion.
On Thursday 10 November, Space welcomed guests to their new location in Fortitude Valley's Chester Street to celebrate the opening of the new Space Furniture Brisbane showroom.
Following from the success of its launch collection in February 2016, SP01 Design has released SP01 Outdoor: an elegant range of chairs, tables and stools designed by Australian designer Tom Fereday and made in Italy.