Recently in Australia to visit Euroluce, Swedish lighting designer Magnus Wästberg brought with him copies of his lighting design manifesto, Lamps for Neanderthal Man.
From Furniture China to Maison Shanghai, Interior Lifestyle China to CIFF, four design fairs have gathered in Shanghai for a one-week design showdown. And who managed to shine through? Here are 10 answers that will illuminate you.
After its triumphant European debut at Salone del Mobile 2019, Articolo recently unveiled two new collections at the ICFF in New York.
The founder and CEO of Occhio, Axel Meise, has long been a pioneer of lighting design as a way to enhance one’s way of living. At Euroluce 2019, new lighting from the award-winning Mito lighting series was unveiled.
For Jonathan Richards, co-founder of design studio Richards Stanisich, Salone del Mobile is an injection of inspiration and reinvigoration of ideas that stays with him for many months after the fact.
For Rob Mills, coming to the Milan Fair is a sourcing exercise, a form of education, and an inimitable place of inspiration. And the invitation extends to much of his team.
Returning to Salone del Mobile Milano for his second time, Brisbane-based architect and co-founder of Hogg&Lamb, Michael Hogg (L), chats to Habitus about his highlights from the world’s largest trade fair.
Lee Broom draws a parallel between the 18th century and present-day social attitudes in his latest lighting installation, Park Life, for Space Furniture.
Soft curves, a geometric silhouette, and a celebration of Melbourne’s local craftspeople, Honey is the latest collection from Coco Flip.