The Milan Conversations: Part I – Konstantin Grcic and ...
As the metaphoric dust settles following another Milan Salone del Mobile (not to be confused with the ash from that pesky Icelandic volcano, which did its best to keep the great and the good of the international design press stranded in Italy),
The Unlimited Ambition of Limited-Edition Design: in ...
Love it or hate it, limited-edition design has proved over the last few years that it's more than just a passing trend. No one event has done more to encourage the growth of this particular market than Design Miami. With its European edition, Design
Going, going, (almost) gone
The Vitra Design Museum's latest exhibition examines the idea of simplicity in design, be it in terms of form, material or method. Rather than being a recent development in response to global economic and environmental concerns, 'The Essence of
Bamboo: the design material that just keeps on giving
Bamboo's rapid growth in popularity as a viable material for product design seems to mirror the speed at which this iconic plant, lauded for its contribution to sustainability, grows. Architonic takes a look at some recent examples of bamboo-based
Max Bill 100 & ‚Die gute Form’ (good design)
Bill rejected the label 'designer'. He regarded himself as a product designer, entirely in the service of the public. This is why Bill did not intend to create spectacular works of art, either in his product design, architecture, painting or