Whether you’ve visited this year’s Salone del Mobile or not, we’ve got you covered. Check out our exclusive Milan Edit for the best and latest scoop in design you ought to know.
Since its foundation in 1979 by Giorgio and Silvia Cattelan, their surname has been a byword for luxurious Italian furniture that is both impressive and inviting.
Only days away from the annual Salone del Mobile di Milano, we’re getting ready for the biggest years in design innovation.
Inspired by a utopian bridge between cultures maximalist styles and colour, the Corian Cabana Club is a showcase of the versatility of the Corian brand, and a celebration of design explorations.
Check out our official edit of Milan’s 2017 Salone Del Mobile, in collaboration with our friends at Stylecraft.
With the 2017 Salone Del Mobile Milan Design Week in our rear view mirror, we take time to chat with Cult about their highlights from the event. Here, we share their top ten products from the fair.
Now that the dust has settled on another jam-packed Milan Design Week, we take a minute to look back at some of our favourite experiences at Euroluce 2017.
What used to be one of the design world’s most reviled institutions is now earning a reputation as an authentic design house, committed to investing in original talent. And their efforts at the recent Salone del Mobile 2017 were aimed at emphasising this new era for the brand and for design democracy.
The work of some of Denmark’s best designers and craft makers was presented in Milan last week in a fascinating exhibition that explored the theme of time.
Nendo’s Objectextile collection for German fashion label Jil Sander starts from the point of photography. And the results are quite remarkable.
Displaying pieces by students from industrial design and fine arts programmes, ECAL’s More Rules for Modern Life exhibition plays with the flimsy distinctions between objets d’art and practical objects.