Danish designer Kasper Salto dreamed up new chair for Fritz Hansen, a shell chair that allows for any number of different seating positions. Because you only sit healthily if you keep on changing your position. Nancy Jehmlich in conversation with Salto about today's challenges of designing a chair.
ArchitectureRimadesio's "Velaria" dividing wall system stands out for its successful combination of high-grade glass sliding panels with thin frames and fittings.
News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010
by Daniel von BernstorffTo obtain an overview over the new products in the run-up to the international furniture fair "Salone del Mobile" in Milan, Stylepark has combed through the maze of highpoints to give you a foretaste of some of the product highlights you can expect.
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by Nina ShellWorld class architects like Norman Foster and Daniel Libeskind value the planning flexibility the Vola product range gives them and install Arne Jacobsen fittings in their buildings. The concept for this design classic is now forty years old.
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by Vera SiegmundWhat do the MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the NACT, the National Art Center , have in common? In both cases the seating in the visitor areas comes from Denmark and is as prominent as its designers.
News & StoriesPiero Lissoni’s sofas have an almost legendary reputation. In the design process, he draws inspiration from the Italian lifestyle, and not boring functionalism. Sandra Hofmeister talked to the Italian designer about sofas and royalties, beauty and rituals.
News & StoriesAt the beginning of every year the trade fair imm cologne presents new international home trends. We present the list of selected manufacturers to found out which exhibitors they are, and where you can find them.
Salone del Mobile 2010 has been and gone. Which of the new designs will endure, and which will swiftly be forgotten? The Stylepark ABC of the most persuasive new products predicts what may that future may be.