“A carpet is the soul of the apartment.” One hundred and eighty years on, it seems that the carpet, or rug, has once again become the soul of the interior.
What happens to an object at the end of its lifespan?
Oodi, Helsinki’s Central Library, an ode to the user experience.
The open-plan office is the most universally applied format in the world of work. New technologies have transformed the workplace into an adaptable space prioritising sharing and communication.
In a world in which anything “K” attracts attention, Amorepacific has artfully deployed architecture to make sure it stands out from the herd, with a building entirely designed by David Chipperfield Architects.
The story of M&C, the magazine produced by the Molteni Group, is a long one. When it was first distributed at the end of the 1980s, it was called simply Il Giornalone [“Large Newspaper”]
Italian architect and designer Aldo Rossi had a passion for what he saw as the small constructions that fill our homes.
Born in Paris, he moved to China in 2005 and began documenting the rapid urbanisation of the country’s landscape and the mass migration from rural areas.
We catch up with Cypriot-born designer Michael Anastassiades at his studio in Camden, north London, to discuss the intricacies of his first product for Molteni&C, the Half a Square table.