A series of illustrations inspired by ‘Alice in Wonderland.’ Illustrator Art Blame (Gisela Moscardini) reinterprets the story in a frivolous and kinky way.
Medallions Peñoles Trends 2012 is a series of silver jewellery intending to remind us of the importance of our natural environment and of our relation to it.
Resembling a sci-fi flower, Flow is a beautiful lamp with a fluid, organic form.
Fabricated by glassblower Árpád Orosz, it unites the variant functions (provide the birds with corn or water) of a bird feeder.
The Minera carafe is inspired by a smooth pebble on which crystals have aggregated, as a geode.
During the Salone del Mobile 2012, MINI presents a probing, thought-provoking and inspiring concept created by the Dutch design duo.
Inspired by the iconic architecture of Antoni Gaudi, the GAUDI folding screen plays with the qualities of light and with natural organic forms.
‘Inspired by the bubbles formed in the Spanish summer rain…’
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not… ME QUIERE, a stylish daisy arranged on the table, is nothing but an expression of happiness.
‘cupnoodle matryoshka’ and ‘cupnoodle forms’ special souvenirs for NISSIN CUPNOODLES MUSEUM.
Giulio Iurissevich has created this beautiful illustration for morfae, as the first step of our collaboration.
Transparent, colourful and totally pop, Ruckzack is intended to attract attention …and assure a quick airport security screening!
An inflatable lounge mattress for both indoor and outdoor use that allows two different positions, to lie down or to buckle up the arms and lounge.
A beautiful drinking fountain for public spaces made of 100% recyclable rotational moulded LDPE polyethylene.
A three kitchen herb pot set that perfectly fits in with the rest of the kitchen elements and allows one to grow and have plants handy while cooking.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
LAN Architecture* imagined the building as a sort of line that simultaneously follows the skyline and the ground.
RUR proposes a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid.