Fandango Perfume Bottle redesigned by nendo

As part of fragrance themed exhibition held in Milan during the 2015 Design Week, nendo has redesigned a bottle of perfume that no longer exists today. Nendo was commissioned to reimagine the perfume named Fand...

Suntan-Patterns Leather Collection by nendo

One of the defining qualities of natural leather is that the change it undergoes with years of use does not equate a reduction in quality but rather an addition of character, and this wearing-in actually resu...

Float Stool by nendo for Moroso

Japanese design studio nendo, run by renowned designer Oki Sato, designed Float, a stool that looks like floating in mid-air, for Italian furniture brand Moroso. 2 of the 4 legs have been cut off from under the...

BOXINBOX Collection by Philippe Starck for Glas Italia

Philippe Starck designed a series of low tables and closed and open storage furniture for Glas Italia. Designed like a box within a box, the objects are realized in laminated 5+5 mm. thermo-welded extralight gl...

Seven Doors by nendo for Abe Kogyo

Renowned Japanese studio nendo introduces "Seven Doors", a new door collection which celebrates the 70th anniversary of Japanese wooden door manufacturer Abe Kogyo. All have a basic default design, and each on...

Fri Armchair by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen

Fri is the new armchair designed by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon for Danish furniture company Republic of Fritz Hansen, that combines Jaime's talent and a touch of Spanish playfulness with Danish minimalism a...

Fragment screen by Nendo for Glas Italia

Unveiled on the occasion of 2015 Milan Design Week, Fragment is a screen made up two layers of transparent glass designed by Japanese studio Nendo for Italian brand Glas Italia. By utilizing a special vapor dep...

Ford Favilla Light Sculpture

During the 2015 Milan Design Week, Piazza San Fedele hosts the Ford “FAVILLA. To every light a voice” an installation  conceived by architect Attilio Stocchi which explores the essence of light. FAVILLA i...

Gemma Armchair by Daniel Libeskind for Moroso

At this year’s Salone del Mobile Moroso has unveiled an armchair designed by New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind and influenced by the idea of the contrast: Gemma offsets the asymmetrical angularity of ...

Mazda Bike by KODO concept

At the 2015 Milan Design Week Mazda has taken the wraps of its new Bike by KODO concept. The Bike by KODO Concept embodies the ‘less is more’ philosophy of Japanese art and design, reimagining the modern...

2015 Unexpected Welcome exhibition by Moooi

For the 3rd time in a row, Moooi has transformed the monumental space of 1.700 m2 in Milan's Tortona district, by showcasing an assembly of inspirational living quarters, timeless product haikus and a new carpe...

Jaime Hayon & MINI’s Urban Perspectives Installation

MINI has teamed up with the Spanish designer and artist Jaime Hayon to create a visionary installation for this year's Salone del Mobile. The highlight of this cooperation is a multi-faceted installation whic...

Hats light Collection by deFORM for Lasvit

Inspired by the industrial lighting and street lamps in European cities, Hats is the new light collection designed by London-based studio deFORM for Lasvit. Reminiscent of the late Victorina bowler, Hats combin...

COS x Snarkitecture Installation

New York studio Snarkitecture has created an immersive installation with over 100,000 metres of translucent white fabric for fashion brand COS on the occasion of the 2015 Milan Design Week. Resembling the typo...

Re-inventing Shoes

Five of the worlds leading architects and designers have created pairs of 3D printed shoes for footwear brand United Nude. Ben van Berkel, Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Fernando Romero, and Michael Young are expl...

Kurage Paper Light by Nendo + Luca Nichetto

Kurage is a table lamp created through the collaboration of Japanese studio Nendo with Italian designer Luca Nichetto. In a process and format similar to the Japanese poetry genre known as tanka (‘short poem...

ILY-A Electric Personal Vehicle

ILY-A is a futuristic mobility device developed by Japanese company Aisin and Chiba Institute of Technology that transforms itself to meet your mobility needs. Driven by intelligent safety technology applied...