The surprising story of the pioneer of Japanese design
Meeting Jean Nouvel
Biasiucci's hands travel through territories and landscapes, stations, alleys and stables, crossing the uninhabited places and industrial productions of Brianza. They are hands that understand and work because they think.
Quality what, Quality how, Quality for whom. The speech to Alessandro Bergonzoni cultured juggler of paradoxes, and to Aldo Bonomi, tireless traveler in the territories of doing.
Swiss design has a solid modern tradition.
Unifor + Molteni&C
Flemish rigor and milanese elegance in Molteni&C|Dada mood by Vincent Van Duysen
In a fertile moment for Italian architecture, one that developed between the end of the Sixties and the end of the Eighties, the confines between spheres such as design, interiors and architecture were undoubtedly less clear-cut than they are today.
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.
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