When designers visit Euegnio Perazza at Magis Headquarters in Venetto,Italy – they now sign the ever growing ‘ Wall of Fame ’, the company’s equivalent of a guest book
Cartier ventured into a rebellious new direction for Milan Design Week – here the worlds of form and mechanics collided in the Precious Garage exhibition designed for Cartier by New York-based Puerto Rican visual artist Desi Santiago.
Atelier Swarovski Home featured a range of collections designed in collaboration with luminaries from the art, design, architecture and fashion worlds.
The exhibition took place in the neo-classical Palazzo Cagnola, and was organized by designer, and arranged in an engaging display of light and reflection, crystalline forms phrased as vases, centerpieces, and interactive objet d’art culminated in a debut of a collection whose ultimate purpose is to re-imagine home décor.
Moroso joyfully celebrates Ron Arad through the wit of Spanish designer / cartoonist Javier Marsical
In honor of Ron Arad and his 25 year collaboration with Moroso, there will be an exhibition in the Moroso showroom: “Spring to Mind” curated by Studio Marco Viola
“The main subject is the shift in my personal career from physical manipulation of materials to digital – from mallets to pixels” …. “Normally you manipulate materials to make them functional. Here I did the opposite – took a functional object and made it delightfully useless.” .. Ron Arad
Presented at the 55th Venice Art Biennale ( 2013) at the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, San Marco, Ron Arads’ “Last Train” is an interactive work in which the London-based creative has designed a Steinmetz diamond ring which features the precious stones in an ‘X’ formation.
Ron Arad is presenting the first Active True Colour piece, an integrated colour-changing workstation containing a desk, shelves and wall, within his new project, No Bad Colours
The Design Museum and Swarovski collaborated to create the Digital Crystal exhibition which examines memory…
To celebrate the launch of Outset’s new design fund for the Victoria & Albert Museum…