Moving away from the blush tones of her other recent pieces, slava varsovia brings us a new grey scale collection of timeless bags.
Having previously set-up the highly acclaimed design studio Grandpeople, Norwegian graphic designer Magnus Voll Mathiassen went on to set up a new personal studio MVM in 2009
Before her untimely death in March this year, celebrated architect Zaha Hadid developed a range of jewellery in conjunction with Danish design house, Georg Jensen. These works, including a twisted cuff and double finger ring, encapsulate Hadid’s infamous sculptural designs, a sensual combination of the organic and the structural. The use of positive and negative
Stockholm design studio Afteroom started developing the Family collection of Bauhaus inspired furniture in 2012.
Atop one of the many steep hills that span the island of Mallorca, Spain, stands the MM House.
Following on from two brilliant collaborations, Anglepoise and Paul Smith have come together once more to bring us a third interpretation of the classic Type 75 desk lamp.
Newly established Swiss clothing brand Coltrane beautifully combines an ethos of sustainability with perfectly executed minimalist garments
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
Having briefly reviewed the V90 earlier this year, it seems only fitting to review the design features of the newly available S90 R-Design.
Swedish illustrator Petra Borner is a truly versatile artist. Her beautifully intricate linocut style patterns show hints of her beginnings in botanical and medical diagrams for scientific journals
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
Naoto Fukasawa’s Hiroshima armchairs represent a culmination of traditional Japanese woodwork, fresh aesthetic principles and advanced technological production techniques.