Minimal, sober Finnish design gets revamped by a Helsinki-based Studio Finna that aims to bring more curves into the Scandinavian aesthetic.
To celebrates its 90th anniversary, furniture brand Cassina has organized a quirky installation raising pieces from the company’s archive alongside futuristic references.
After studying together furniture design at RMIT University in 2010, Adam Lynch and Dale Hardiman decided to give birth to Dowel Jones three years later.
Imarika, historical fashion boutique based in Milan, presents its first mobile capsule collection designed in collaboration with interior designer Vito Nesta.
The gorgeous Child Studio’s “In the Shadow of a Man” collection you will find a one wall-mounted and four free-standing lights that playfully experiment with architectural forms and the viewer’s perception of space and volume.
Since 1911 Danish design house Fredericia, which started as a chair factory, have been betting on sustainability and the quality of their materials.
Trendland’s friend and talented lighting designer Lee Broom has been revealed his Time Machine Installation at Milan Design Week 2017. Celebrating his landmark tenth anniversary, Broom has unveiled furniture, lighting and accessories from the past ten years all reimagined for today in new materials and finishes.