Our editor tours you through 7 of the best installations at the Fuorisalone in Milan. Each designed to spark inspiration, and some with a clear call to action.
We’re back again for another showcase of our favourite moments and pieces from Milan Design Week 2021. Read on to discover a selection of some of the globe’s most remarkable designs from the past year.
Didn’t get a chance to attend Milan Design Week this year? Jump aboard. We’re heading to the Mediterranean to see what September looked like in the Italian capital of design.
In this new edition of The Indesign Edit, the founding and managing director of CULT, Richard Munao speaks about the importance of great design within the home-workplace as we take a look at the brand’s extraordinary offering of iconic furniture pieces.
Developed by an award-winning designer Christian Flindt in collaboration with Louis Poulsen, Flindt Garden’s sculptural appeal and glare-free illumination will enhance any outdoor setting – whether it’s a sleek hotel rooftop or a cosy residential garden.
Louis Poulsen celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original Panthella with the release of a new medium-sized table lamp and a unique metallic finish. Celebrating the design’s imaginative inception, both Panthella Table 320 and the warm gloss of the brass pay homage to Verner Panton’s daring and playful yet functional legacy.
Change up the daily routine! CULT’s new ‘Ready-To-Ship Home Office’ offers three dream setups to take your work from home experience to the next level.
Louis Poulsen celebrates Arne Jacobsen’s iconic lighting fixtures with a reissue of the AJ range, including the AJ Minis, which have been released in a range of special edition colours available exclusively for 2020.
Louis Poulsen acknowledges Arne Jacobsen’s influence on the international design industry and his contribution to bringing simple, functional and distinctive lighting design to the modern interior as it expands the iconic AJ Family further.
“Light shapes everything; it determines what we do and how we do it.” The OE Quasi Light by Louis Poulsen finds a harmonious balance between function and design through finding the geometric beauty in mathematical forms.
The Water Pump, designed by Poul Henningsen in the 1950s, is a classic adjustable floor lamp with the anti-glare ingenuity of the Louis Poulsen PH three-shade system – in warm amber-coloured glass.