COS Pop Up Store in Milan by Bonsoir Paris

For the second year, COS took part in the annual furniture fair in iIlan last month.Teaming up with design studio Bonsoir Paris, COS created a pop up store concept that underlined their pure and natural look in an interior space.

Milan 2013: Ro by Jaime Hayon for Fritzhansen

The collaboration between spanish enfant terrible Jaime Hayon and the danish classic design house Fritzhansen continues. Two years ago it brought the beautiful  sofa Favn with it and this year Jaime has designed the wing chair Ro.

Milan 2013: Stone Garden by Nendo for Caesar Stone

During the Milan Furniture Fair, the Palazzo Crivelli in the Brera District held quite an astonishing exhibition challenging the natural material quartz stone. American frontiers on the area Ceasarstone had asked high profile japanese design studio Nendo to create these two experimenting exhibitions.

Milan 2013: Ron Gilad for Adele C

Ron Gilad has created quite a spectacular  table and storage collection for young brand Adele C.

Milan 2013: Nina Tolstrup & Marc Jacobs

Danish designer Nina Tolstrup of Mama Studio has created a full furniture collection using left over fabrics from fashion designer Marc Jacobs studio. The project was exhibited during Milan Furniture Fair last week.

Milan 2013: Marsotto Edizioni Just Black

Italian marble manufacturer Marsotto Edizioni showed their otherwise completely white Carrera marble collection in black Marquina marble during this year’s Milan Furniture Fair. The collection Just Black includes designs by the likes of Ross Lovegrove, Jasper Morrison,  Claesson Koivisto Rune, Naoto Fukasawa, Konstantin Grcic as well as the late James Irvine. Read more: Marsotto Edizioni

New Collection from Tom Dixon

With Milan Furniture Fair starting in just over a week, Tom Dixon has released images of his new furniture and lighting collection. The collection celebrates the opposite qualities of rough and smooth. The design studio explains, “The rough because this season we have worked on even more textural honesty and material weight  in our production. And … Continue reading