These spiky masks folded from paper by 3Gatti Architecture Studio are designed for customizing mannequins in retail displays.
Kinematics by nervous system is an application that produces intricately patterned, flexible garments and accessories that can printed in desktop 3D printers.
Designed to offer versatility the Hook-It coat stand, by Israeli designer Vered Venezia,is intended to enhance exploration and creativity.
The Eagle E-Type Low Drag GT is a customized coupe based on the iconic Jaguar E-Type, ‘the most beautiful car in the world’ as Enzo Ferrari once described it.
A set of hand blown glass balloons with an integrated resistor makes coffee with an essence of – really stylish – retro, low-tech science lab aesthetics.
A single spiral cut and some glue give new life to a discarded cable reel, transforming it to something new and unexpected.
Urb-Garden is a project based around bringing herb gardening into the home in a sculptural way while focusing on ergonomics and preventing back strain.
An elegant and simple rocking chair with whitened beech frame and natural felt upholstery, by Italian designer Giancarlo Cutello for Formabilio.
User can fire the ‘gun’ to turn the light off. The light goes out and the lampshade knocks to the side, showing that it’s been hit.
Silent Wall is an elegant tool for space organisation, freedom, and flexibility.
Nendo collaborated with Taniguchi Aoya Washi, famous for their 3-D paper molding technique.
A long beam cranes across the room and balances a lampshade on one side against a sandbag on the other.
The new Earthquake 5.9 collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri is tribute to the Emilia earthquake that occurred in northern Italy on May 2012.
Treeangle is a striking table by Russian designer Anna Strupinkskaya, with a solid wood tabletop ‘stabbed’ by a sleek white pillar resembling a tree trunk.
Love seat and Landscape coffee table by Singapore based Nextofkin Creatives is a series of furniture revolving around daily habits.
More than 600 creations have been selected: high jewellery pieces, mystery clocks, watches and precious objects will be exhibited alongside private loans on show for the very first time.
The exhibition reinvestigates the concept of the camp and re-creates a domestic camp environment: ‘There is no camp like home’.
A versatile and fun lamp with an elegant and organic sperm-like shape.
A floor lamp and a coffee table, two separate objects that need each other to be completed, just like man and woman.
The ‘phone booth aquarium’ questions the redundancy of old structures and offers a moment for urban dwellers to escape from their daily environment.