Origami shirts that are crystallized into futuristic forms, enhanced by detailing in unexpected materials like wood.
The aim of the designer is to blend history, art, quality and aesthetics together in order to create a fresh and refined view of today’s woman.
The exhibition immerses visitors in the designer’s creative universe through three stages.
The Spiry suspension stands out for its curved light-weight soft aluminium diffuser, a spiral in the air which envelops the light without disrupting the continuity.
An industrial-inspired feel, a beautiful compliment to the building architecture.
National award winner of the international competition Habitat Ynnova organized by Ynnovable Design 2013.
Leaf-like shaped table made out of ash and walnut wood, inspired by repetitions.
The dark red colour of the displayed wines is the theme of this atmospheric interior. Dark, glossy panels along with backlit furniture optically double the perception of space.
The parametric benches are made of sections of plywood bonded rods.
The SS 2014 collection is inspired by Japan of the early ’900 in which richness and tradition merges with the Western world.
The creation of the concourse creates a large-scale landscape and becomes an urban resource, available and adaptable for different uses.
The new edition terracotta lamp was born from experimentation together with Chilean artisans who work with ancestral craftsmanship.
A stylistically and structurally challenging suspended chair. It is both delicate and ultra- robust, as it floats in the air like an artistic expression.
‘Sospensione’ is a Plexiglas lamp inspired by the well-known painting Pala di Brera by Piero della Francesca.
SLOO CHAIR by Karim Rashid winner of Good Design Awards
‘The Rock’ is the twelfth shoe and the last one in the series.
An aesthetic reference to London’s Notting Hill Gate area without leaving out its culture and art complexity.
New lacquerware ‘lump collection’ for Urushi Kobo Oshima known as a Japanese traditional lacquer workshop.
Durlet will be introducing four new models and two additions to existing models.
The idea for Birdie was born out of the interplay between geometrical shapes like cones and spheres.