On behalf of Paola Lenti, Francesco Rota is now also concerning himself with dining – and has created the new "Adele" chair and "Nesso" table.
"Kazimir" is the name of the new table of Philipp Mainzer for e15 that looks quite statically.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have invested two years in the new carpet "Semis" that Danskina will present in Milan.
The designer trio Alberto Lievore, Jeanette Altherr and Manel Molina have created a collection called "Arcos" for Arper.
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 3/28/2017
At this year’s Salone del Mobile Milan studio Ciarmoli Queda is curating the special show "DeLightFul." We were able to take an exclusive look at the promising project in advance.
by Martina Metzner | 3/27/2017
At a glance: the most important events, exhibitions and parties at the Milan Design Week.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 3/27/2017
Dinesen has outfitted an old Copenhagen blacksmith’s workshop that has been converted into a home with "HeartOak"-planks.
The Lindner Group ensures a good acoustics in the concert hall "Pierre Boulez" of Frank Gehry.
by Thomas Wagner | 3/27/2017
The design scene is soon set to meet up once again in Milan where it will riotously celebrate a festival of creativity centered around the Salone del Mobile. Following a crisis-induced pause for breath, the pace of things is stepping up again.
The bathroom of tomorrow will also involve healthcare. At the ISH Thomas Wagner spoke to Andreas Dornbracht about the new concept of the LifeSpa and general trends in the bathroom experience.
by Thomas Edelmann | 3/22/2017
Get rid of those old bulky things and bring in new design radiators – for example colorful ones with a matt finish or specially backlit.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 3/22/2017
It’s not always easy to find design ideas for small bathrooms. So all the nicer that at the ISH you can even view stylish systems for compact rooms, too.
by Thomas Wagner | 3/22/2017
Be it split logs or pellets, heating using renewable materials is being optimized by the minute. Pellet stoves are now digitally controlled and can be integrated into your heating system.
The washlet, invented by the Japanese, is now being championed in Europe. Toto presents “Neorest,” a mixture of motorcycle seat and space capsule.
by Fabian Peters | 3/22/2017
Gold, silver and bronze for fittings at the ISH. Almost enough to give you wings.
by Thomas Edelmann | 3/20/2017
For many manufacturers, be it of bathroom or heating appliances, electronics is the key. Sometimes this results in gimmicks, other times in convincing innovations.
by Martina Metzner | 3/20/2017
Be it ceramic or solid surface materials – alongside bowls with extremely fine edges there are now extra-large washbasins with integrated rests and extravagant models from the star designers.
by Thomas Wagner | 3/20/2017
The ISH is truly a fair that focuses on the future. Here, everything revolves very practically around water, energy and climate. And wherever you look you encounter the image of the digital worker.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 3/20/2017
Mosa has fitted out the four-star hotel Van der Valk in Antwerp with the new, enlarged “Solids” tiles.
You can take a shower anytime. Those who appreciate luxury and coziness can’t do without them: The bathtub is returning to the bathroom as a freestanding feature.