The futuristic project by Karim Rashid is made from Dupont Corian and includes other bio-sourced sustainable components and recycled materials.
Designed by iconic British designer Tom Dixon, the interior of Circus is one of its most memorable aspects, mixing grown up glamour with a hint of kitsch.
Guests enter into an alleyway of kaleidoscopic mirrors, whilst the main arena incorporates a glass roof, mirror balls, flamingo shaped table legs and harlequin patterned walls.
For this year’s Milan design week, the dutch-belgian Studio Job and the dutch designer Pieke Bergmans, in association with italian gallery Dilmos will present “Wonderlamp” , a collection of 7 light objects.
The Finnish designer Eero Aarnio (b.1932) is one of the great innovators of modern furniture design. In the 1960s, Eero Aarnio began experimenting with plastics, vivid colors and organic forms, breaking away from traditional design conventions.
Nature and animal life dominate the narrative vocabulary of this brand new collection for Fratelli Boffi. Each individual piece has a sense of animation – and anima.
by Pamela Reed and Matthew Rader
Called IOGraphic, ( MousePath) this clever little program was designed by Moscow designers Anatoly Zenkov and Andrey Shipilov to brighten up boring, computer-based workdays.
Giant Rock is part of a series of pieces entitled “bigger than man” where Arik Levy created an object which counterbalances in space, a new gravity of both visual and emotional parameters.
All photos taken by Ross Honeysett Photography