NelBlu by Davide Groppi @ Peggy Guggenheim CollectionSeptember 20, 2019Art
Vela – Stackable Magnesium Chair @ Salone Milan 2019April 29, 2019Design News
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SALONE MILAN 2019
Dedece Skyscraper Project
Bruno Munari was an artist, intellectual, refined designer and teacher, with a love for lightness. He was sharp intelligent, elegant, congenial, irrepressible, creative, driven by experimentation and authentic eclecticism, moved by curiosity about things, for the world, for the people.
He used art as an original form of expression . Even before his graphics, design, pedagogy and publishing, art continuously guided his creative genius.
Design used to be the sauce you’d reach for in the cupboard; now it’s the flour you need at the start of the recipe.
Muse represents the second collaboration between Calico Wallpaper and Faye Toogood, both recognized for fusing the worlds of art and design.
Muse explores the endless diversity and variety of womankind, forming a painterly tableau of faces with a rich array of features, poses and expressions.
Kreon proudly supplied products as selected by Klein Associates Interior Architects and Tilke Architects to illuminate all major buildings of Yas Marina Formula 1 circuit, Abu Dhabi. Pressroom, team buildings, public spaces are designed to reflect a successful symbiosis between the high-tech environment of the race circuit and traditional mashrabia culture.
This year, Vivid Live has commissioned multi-disciplinary design collective Universal Everything to create a new projected artwork for the sails of Sydney Opera House ( Vivid Live’s most public event.)
Founded 11 years ago by creative director Matt Pyke in Sheffield, England, the bold colour-friendly group thread their playful sense of discovery, anthropomorphic creation and digitally-crafted landscapes through each project.
Pyke and his globally-based team continue to play with new technologies to invent new forms of design and movement – all conceived from the same back garden shed where Universal Everything began.
This seventh interpretation of a museum-in-progress is devoted to “austerity, autarchy, and self-production”, that is how the Italian interior design community has dealt with the dominant theme of recession in recent decades, and how they had done in the past in the 1930s and 1970s and the 2000’s