Valerie Objects x Nendo

The Japanese design studio Nendo has teamed up with Antwerp-based furniture and home manufacturer Valerie Objects to create a beautifully minimal set of salt and pepper shakers. Both shakers consist of two parts: a semi-opaque round glass bottle container with a ribbed bottom, and a glass base. The glass bottle holds the salt and pepper whilst also acting as a pestle. When the

Be/Colours

Foscarini presents Be/Colours A capsule collection designed by Ferruccio Laviani chromatically reinterprets some of the best-loved lamps, revealing unexpected aspects of their personality  Colour and its ability to alter our perception of reality, to make it different, surprising and new: this is the leitmotif of the research and offerings of Foscarini.  As in the atelier

Tafla Mirror

Innovative design studio Zieta based in Wroclaw believe that design and technology should go hand in hand. Steel TAFLA mirrors made using FiDU technology and are as unique as the reflections in them. The new modular collection of mirrors gives another dimension of space and creates a unique story on the wall. Easily manipulative material

Filo Deconstructed Lamp

During his creative process for Filo, designer Andrea Anastasio became inspired by the idea of deconstructing the traditional lamp form. By separating individual pieces that comprise it – the light source, the base, decoration elements and electrical wiring – Anastasio brought out each part’s own structural and aesthetic characteristics. Filo comes from the desire to

Foscarini Aplomb XL Lamp

In 2013, Foscarini created the Aplomb, a funnel shaped pendant made from concrete, a reaction to then increasing use of industrial materials in architecture and design. Designed by Studio Lucidi and Pevere, this piece was the result of experimentation by experienced artisans into the fluidity of the concrete in order to execute the clean design

Zuza Mengham x Lab Perfumes

Zuza Mengham’s ‘Sculpting Scent’ is an experiment which attempts to visually translate five fragrances from Laboratory Perfumes, namely Amber, Gorse, Samphire, Tonka and Atlas. These pieces take the form of resin sculptures, a medium which by means of layers of various colours, textures and formations, has enabled the artist to perfectly represent the complex olfactory