Design

A design object is designed with the intention of satisfying a specific need. The concept of intention is fundamental: design reasons by procedures, that is, it establishes a set of operations whose characteristics are determined by a precise purpose that must be clearly understood upstream of the process.

To achieve the purpose, the design object must be capable of being produced, reproduced and used by the public. Production, reproducibility, dissemination and consumption, therefore, are intrinsic phases of the design process.

Triangular tables collection
Collection of tables. Project that references to triangular curtains

The collection of Japanese coffee tables, a project of extraordinary originality and creativity, whose shape is similar to that of triangular curtains is the work of an established architecture and design studio based in Tokyo and Milan

upholstered seat wall lamp metal fringes
Collection of lamps and chairs. Paddings, fringes and metal combine with bright colors

Masquespacio confirms the collaboration with the Spanish brand Houtique through the creation of a new collection of upholstered seating inspired by the seventies, while introducing new materials such as gold painted metal

Paraboloid: comfort and aesthetics for a design-chair
Paraboloid: comfort and aesthetics for a design-chair

The young emerging studio HamanishiDESIGN proceeds from the exploration of the potential of the object, with its characteristic experimental approach and gives life to Paraboloid: a chair that, thanks to a passionate formal and functional research enhances its aesthetic value and comfort

flou radical design carpets
Psychedelic experimentation. From Radical Design to new Pop products for the home

The GGSV Studio, Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard collaborate with the historic company, Gufram to bring Pop Design and Radical Design products back into the limelight, reinterpreting them in a modern style and taking them out of the nightclub world.

Infinite combinations of Toadstool for an upholstery collection inspired by graphic design
Infinite combinations of Toadstool for an upholstery collection inspired by graphic design

Toadstool is a collection of seats and upholstered furniture by Masquespacio which combines fabrics with noble materials, marble, wood and golden metals, inspired by visual culture and graphic design

Design of elements of Sicilian culture
Collection of Handicrafted Design. "Design Meets Sicily" reinterpreting Culture and Tradition

Architect Salvatore Spataro designs the "Design Meets Sicily" collection for the living room, reinterpreting elements and characters of traditional Sicilian culture in a modern way, through the collaboration of expert craftsmen.

Soda tables. Blown glass for handcrafted furniture with a unique design
Soda tables. Blown glass for handcrafted furniture with a unique design

The Soda tables are the result of a collaboration between Yiannis Ghikas Design and the Italian brand Miniforms: a single glass volume, with a hard, hammered surface that fragments its transparency, giving rise to a primitive aesthetic

chaotic sitting irregular red
A chaotic and irregular seat. An artistic form that is more like a design object

Lawless Chair wants to celebrate the irregularity of form, unleashing a game of deconstructing form, which in spite of everything does not lose its ergonomic forms but rather highlights the dilemmas of contemporary environments

Industrial workbench
Industrial workbenches in the form of kitchens. A nomadic kitchen with contemporary solutions

Very Simple Kitchen is a project by Designer Riccardo Randi, developed with the help of other young designers Federica Poluzzi and Michele Bernini, who reinterpret the evolution of the modern kitchen and its "new" function

Collection of colored miniature objects
Totem as a tribute to Italian Design. Works that sum up projects and designers

Most Illustrious was born from the idea of Designer Elena Salmistraro, as a tribute and acknowledgement to the masters of Italian design. A collection of totemic objects that sum up the characterizing traits of the designers and the works that have made them famous in the world

Broken Project graphic and color statue of liberty
Graphics and psychedelic backgrounds. Suspended objects, like paintings in a visionary world

Broken Project is one of the many works proposed by Grafico Umberto Dana that mixes bright colours and pastel shades with monochrome backgrounds. The result are graphic paintings that, thanks to the meticulous interplay of shadows and the use of tones, seem to come to life.

series of flat ceramic objects
Imperfection of the object as art. The ancient Japanese tradition and design merge

Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese art that used cast gold, silver or lacquer to repair ceramics. It emphasized imperfection and gave it richness. The Designer Marcantonio proposes the same art and with the same randomness creates unique objects.

Monument Valley Coffee Table, a coffee break that pays homage to the iconic rock formations of the Wild West
Monument Valley Coffee Table, a coffee break that pays homage to the iconic rock formations of the Wild West

London-based design studio Duffy London casts a glance into the American West with the new Monument Valley Coffee Table. A stunning visual tribute to the rich American desert landscape, it combines contemporary design with luxurious Italian marble to create a fascinating new centrepiece for any living space

Inverse coffee tables, sculptural figures and simple geometrical designs to add personality to the environment
Inverse coffee tables, sculptural figures and simple geometrical designs to add personality to the environment

Inverse side tables designed by Cecilia Xinyu Zhang can be used as single elements or joined in groups of two or more in order to furnish any space. Maybe simple and with a single material, the metal, give these tables an elegant and modern design

Burning metal. The combustion of metal creates iridescent shades for a line of design objects
Burning metal. The combustion of metal creates iridescent shades for a line of design objects

Burning Metal is a design experiment from which a line of decorated products is developed thanks to the combustion of metal that gives an iridescent coloration to the objects making them unique and with an unmistakable style

Skyline lamp. A design object that wants to
Skyline lamp. A design object that wants to "weave the light"

Skyline designed by the Valencian studio estudi{H}ac is a textile-lamp that comes from the selection of a range of materials and textiles in order to create a 'moodboard' lamp where new materials are combined with wood and with different sized curtains

Wonderlust. An artist's love letter to nature
Wonderlust. An artist's love letter to nature

Feathr collaborated with the iconic British brand, Wedgwood and multidisciplinary artist Claire Luxton, to create a "Wonderlust" luxury wallpaper and mural inspired by six models from the Wedgwood Wonderlust teaware collection

Copper motorcycle with aerodynamic aesthetics
Aesthetics and Movement. Drawing speed through the body and aerodynamics

Samothrace is not just a motorcycle but a design object, designed by Mario Trimarchi for De Castelli. In this stylistic work the designer challenges himself by drawing speed through the shapes of the body and giving the object a sense of adrenaline

Peggy Chair. A chair made from recycled plastic which promotes the concept of recycled design
Peggy Chair. A chair made from recycled plastic which promotes the concept of recycled design

When we throw away our trash where does it go? Space Available has teamed up with Peggy Gou to recycle and redesign the plastic waste saved from oceans and landfills. So the Peggy Chair was born, a chair made with 20 kg of plastic waste that becomes an icon of a new vision of design

Parasite Urban Furniture for a city that has lived both creatively and spontaneously, just like a home
Parasite Urban Furniture for a city that has lived both creatively and spontaneously, just like a home

As inhabitants, we have gradually lost the impulse to experience the city areas as a community "external house", where we can live expressing the subjectivity of perception and use of public urban space

From Japan, the Daruma Table Mirror is designed to brighten the everyday moments and ... bring good luck?
From Japan, the Daruma Table Mirror is designed to brighten the everyday moments and ... bring good luck?

The Daruma Mirror, a prototype table mirror, is inspired by the Japanese good luck charm "Daruma"

Pure design with touches of intense materials: the Colum lamp and its raw wool weaves
Pure design with touches of intense materials: the Colum lamp and its raw wool weaves

The Colum lamp has a ceramic body and, thanks to an original diffuser made of interwoven raw wool threads, it creates an attenuated and delicate ambiance light

jewelry bijoux coin collection Angela Caputi
Jewelry inspired by futurism, the sea and history. Femininity through art

Angela Caputi through her collections wants to describe the world around her. So she starts from Futurism for the Alabaster collection, from the shades of the sea to create the Ocean line and from the Roman sesterces for the new Monete line.

Alfie. Functionality and playfulness to modulate light in a sartorial way
Alfie. Functionality and playfulness to modulate light in a sartorial way

Alfi is a chandelier created from the idea of lightness and strength that can be found in a pincushion as well as in the art of dress making.  A versatile and playful lighting element designed by estudi{H}ac

View of a shopping center
Retail photography and scenery. A journey told through images and window displays

Drew Harty is an American photographer who has travelled over 13,000 miles from Missisipi to the West Coast of the United States to complete a national survey of retail landscapes and the impact that window displays have on the Metropolitan Landscape

Access is by the front of the car
This is not a car! The Microlino, which combines the advantages of a motorcycle and those of a car

Inspired by the scooter chassis-cabs of the Fifties, Microlino was designed to be the ideal vehicle with which to cover the daily routes and make the city more accessible, also through the scooter provided

Paper and perspective in photography
Graphics and photography. Pieces of black paper to transform and beautify a captured moment

Rich McCor known as Paperboyo is referred to as a destructive vandal, because through the viewfinder of the camera he establishes a boundary that he transforms and embellishes through black pieces of maestrally cut paper

rocking chair pastel colors collection
Rocking chair between combinations of material, colour and shape. An artistic vision of furniture

Masquespacio presents Too Mach a piece of furniture of his new brand Mas Creations through which the studio wants to present his unique vision of a universe that mixes digi-tal, photography, objects and space, in a contrast of shapes and colours.

Growing Ohm porcelain light collection embraces the retrofit bulb
Growing Ohm porcelain light collection embraces the retrofit bulb

Ifö Electric's spring 2021 launch embraces the classic retrofit bulb and expands the award-winning Ohm porcelain light collection, designed by Kauppi & Kauppi

Cabinet as a tribute to Indian dances. The colour enhances the tradition

Elena Salmistraro designs for Scarlet Splendour a cabinet collection  made entirely of lacquered wood and enameled brass. A blaze of colours, meticulously handcrafted to create a unique piece that is sculptural yet functional, elegant and overwhelming

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