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Sou Fujimoto "Forest of Light" for COS, Salone del Mobile 2016. "In this installation for COS, I envisage to make a forest of light," said Fujimoto.
A harmonious and seamless balance of textures, design, functionality and the finest craftsmanship for a sophisticated and understated sense of home: the new Bottega Veneta Home Collection which is being presented during Salone del Mobile in Milan...
This year marks the 55th edition of the international salone del mobile in milan — the world’s most important event on the design calendar.
Salone del Mobile is the global benchmark for the Home Furnishing Sector. An invaluable tool for the industry as well as an ongoing, quite extraordinary promotional vehicle. Salone made its first appearance in 1961, designed to promote Italian furniture ...
For the current installment of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s popular “Selects” series, fashion designer Thom Browne explores ideas of reflection and individuality with...
An exhibition devoted to designer Issey Miyake will run from Wednesday, March 16 to Monday, June 13, 2016 at the National Art Center, Tokyo. The Center has considered design to be an important exhibition theme since it opened in 2007 and is devoted to presenting a wide range of artistic expressions and proposing new perspectives.
For the first time the Rijksmuseum presents a large selection of its diverse fashion collection in an exhibition designed by world-renowned Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf.
As part of our ongoing Architonic Trend Analysis series, we have collected traffic information over the course of 2015.The Top position start with renowned Italian company such as Flos.
The history of the company’s growth over time is remarkable. In 1939, the company was opening its first showroom in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. From that point on, company growth increased every year with more plants, offices, and showrooms opening around the country and eventually around the world.
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