by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/23/2018
Established & Sons shows with "Filigrana" playful pendant lamps made of Venetian glass.
by Fabian Peters | 6/20/2018
For its first participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Vatican has had ten small chapels constructed. But just how Christian is this probably most important contribution to this year’s event really?
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/19/2018
Cassina presents at Design Miami/Basel a special edition of Gaetano Pesce's classic armchair "Feltri". It was developed in cooperation with the fashion label Calvin Klein and its Chief Creative Officer Raf Simons.
by Fabian Peters | 6/13/2018
Benjamin Hubert and Layer have developed an ingenious wallet for crypto money.
In Vejle the artist Olafur Eliasson erected his first permanent building.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/12/2018
by Fabian Peters | 6/11/2018
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/9/2018
For the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Mestre, Venice, Arper has combined severe lines with playful colors.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/8/2018
With the 5-star hotel “The Fontenay,” architects Störmer Murphy and Partners, in collaboration with Lindner, have created an homage to the port city of Hamburg.
by Fabian Peters | 6/7/2018
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/7/2018
The best idea often lies in simplicity: The Danish design studio Moebe has designed a new shelving system without screws and support cross.
by Fabian Peters | 6/6/2018
Pedevilla Architects have expanded a South Tyrolean hotel with a spa, a beauty area and a cooking school. Their designs are surprisingly ornamental.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/5/2018
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/4/2018
Dallmer delivers functional aesthetics in the bathrooms of the “NeMo” residential buildings in Dusseldorf.
by Fabian Peters | 6/1/2018
by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/30/2018
On the grounds of the "Old Vinyl Factory" RMIG demonstrates just how surprisingly diverse façade cladding made of perforated sheet metal can be.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/22/2018
by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/21/2018
Vola celebrates its 50th anniversary this year - on this occasion we present the traditional Danish company and its design classics with a series of short films.
by Fabian Peters | 5/17/2018
In recent years there has hardly been an urban planning project in Frankfurt/Main that has triggered a similarly emotional debate as the partial reconstruction of the historic Old Town, which was destroyed in the war. A commentary on its completion.