by Thomas Edelmann | 4/24/2017
Nemo was founded together with Cassina. In two steps the luminaire brand was then acquired by entrepreneur Federico Palazzari. In conversation with Thomas Edelmann he talks about the proven approaches and pragmatic experiments.
There’s no longer any talk of a change in technology – it’s long since here to stay. A propensity for large decorative shapes is in evidence at the Euroluce in Milan and the various events around town.
by Thomas Wagner | 4/18/2017
No, the past wasn’t more tinsel, things are still fun today. And while it the past it was only metal that glittered, while wood played modest, today the lacquers really gleam.
by Martina Metzner | 4/18/2017
Exhibiting at the Salone Satellite has certainly boosted the one or other career. So what does the up-and-coming talent look like?
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/17/2017
Carpets with bullet holes, straight out of a 3D printer, or with patterns inspired by ciliates – this year there are all manner of surprises beneath our feet.
Furniture, luminaires, glass, porcelain, bathroom ceramics, loudspeakers – Cecilie Manz is a past master of the entire design spectrum. Uta Abendroth spoke to the Danish maestra about her outdoor furniture for Gloster.
by Thomas Wagner | 4/13/2017
The whirlwind of new products blinds the eye to the true innovations. These are now taking place in the field of recycled materials.
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 4/13/2017
Gloster and Stylepark invited guests to the presentation of Cecilie Manz’s new Outdoor collection on the roof terrace of Hotel Il Duca – and it was a truly memorably evening.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/13/2017
Velvet, fringes, cushions and love seats galore: The current sofas and easy chairs are ideal for creating a cozy lounge.
by Thomas Wagner | 4/12/2017
The current upper middle class loves opulent and exclusive things. That said, things are getting upgraded in far less lofty regions of the furniture world.
by Jasmin Jouhar | 4/11/2017
Whether proudly presenting or skillfully concealing their contents, the new bureaus, sideboards and shelf units at the Milan Furniture Fair deserve our complete attention.
Be they short or long of leg, simply unique or extravagant: there’s no end to the variety of tables in Milan.
by Thomas Wagner | 4/10/2017
If everything becomes virtual, then the solid gets its day, be it heavy or light in appearance. Konstantin Grcic and Jasper Morrison prove this in very different ways.
Bobo the Beaver was there, Patricia went picnicking, there were no-calorie petit fours, pink flamingos and colorful bears – and whoever so wanted could even walk on water. Yes, really!
by Jasmin Jouhar | 4/10/2017
In Milan, MINI LIVING is exploring contemporary forms of living with a confined footprint. The “Breathe” installation, devised in collaboration with New York architects SO - IL in a Milan inner courtyard, provides space for up to three people, developing new urban space for occupation.
by Martina Metzner | 4/10/2017
Be it chairs with playful wickerwork, large modular sofas, or colorful lightweights – when it comes to outdoor furniture the choice is ever greater.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/10/2017
Concealed plastic, retro chic and stackable elegance: the number-one furniture item and its many facets.
by Jasmin Jouhar | 4/2/2017
Phones, speakers, headphones, vacuum cleaners: Cordless devices are gradually taking over our daily lives. And now we’re seeing portable luminaires too. We present the most exciting models.
by Martina Metzner | 3/31/2017
With its small, yet refined Interno Italiano line Giulio Iacchetti seeks to offer an alternative to the Big Brands. Typical Italian products from chairs to trays and even vases.