Intriguing and irregular, tha’s what Ron Gilad’s objects are like. They appeal because they have that ‘certain something’.
Red lines converse and run after each other. Between the strings of the armchairs, the texture of the velvets, the inside of the little table.
With the language of art he has looked at the world from on high, from afar and close to, from inside and outside; he has recognised and deciphered the great transformations of the present day; he has revealed forms, lights, landscapes.
Flemish rigor and milanese elegance in Molteni&C|Dada mood by Vincent Van Duysen
Italian architect and designer Aldo Rossi had a passion for what he saw as the small constructions that fill our homes.
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.
What happens to an object at the end of its lifespan?