Prismatic Colours | Jean Verville Architecte
To satisfy a client who wants his home life to stimulate creativity and lead him to explore new avenues of work, Verville offers an environment that...
Concrete Couture by Situ Studio
New York-based Situ Studio turned to the most ubiquitous building material, concrete, to fashion unexpectedly fluid forms for Folk Couture: Fashion and Folk Art, an exhibition at the city’s American Folk Art Museum.
Ron Arad restless design maverik | Affluency
Industrial & furniture designer, architect and creative genius Ron Arad is highly regarded for his constant experimentation with volumes and materials.
philippe starck's 'lou read' chair for driade contains a throne-like quality
philippe starck's 'lou read' chair for italian furniture company driade is conceived with leather directly fixed onto a fiberglass skeleton.
Stitching Concrete by Florian Schmid
Florian Schmid is a graduate industrial designer from Hochschule München. His final project is called Stitching Concrete, inspired by the contrasts of the
Erik Spiekermann’s name is ubiquitous in graphic design and the world of typography, perhaps he’s best known for the signage Berliners see everyday – he created the passenger information for the BVG (Berlin Transit) and the current Deutsche Bahn aesthetic – as well as campaigns for Audi, Volkswagen and Nokia.
Das Vitra Design Museum zählt zu den führenden Designmuseen weltweit. Es erforscht und vermittelt die Geschichte und Gegenwart des Designs und setzt diese in Beziehung zu Architektur, Kunst und Alltagskultur.
philippe starck on claudio luti's vision for kartell + the luxury of plastic
philippe starck reflects on his admiration for claudio luti's vision for kartell, and the use of plastic as an accessible, innovative and luxurious material.
Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Marcel Wanders. Marcel Wanders’s subversive, often humorous designs combine the innovative with th…
Philippe Starck. Lola Mundo Chair. 1988 | MoMA
Philippe Starck. Lola Mundo Chair. 1988. Driade S.p.A., Italy. Cast aluminum legs, ashwood with ebony finish, black colored chromium-plated steel hinges, and colored rubber studs. 33 1/4 x 21 1/4 x 13 1/2" (84.4 x 54 x 34.3 cm). David Whitney Collection, Gift of David Whitney. 51.2000. © 2021 Driade S.p.A. Architecture and Design