For NYCxDesign 2017, The Future Perfect has transported viewers into a visit of Casa Perfect, its Los Angeles residential outpost.
American artist and filmmaker Doug Aitkens created the ‘Mirage’ house for ‘Desert X’, an outdoor and indoor art exhibition displaying sixteen artworks spreaded along the arid landscape of the Coachella Valley.
Salviati, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art glass factories, presents for Milan Design Week ’Decode/ Recode’, an installation pushing the limits of traditional glass craftsmanship, making the best use of a unique savoir-faire and attitude, with a confidence given by over 150 years of expertise.
Surfing on Pinterest for something completely different, I stumbled onto this installation by (photographer) Autumn de Wilde titled Lighting, Layers and Reflections, and after looking into it, ten minutes later I’m still speechless.
Faced with the decrease of natural resources, London-based designer Elinor Portnoy, also member of Form & Seek, turns everyday objects into stylized pieces like colored pencil squeezers or beautiful sand dunes vessel made of glass powder.
Bitossi Home designs a graphic collection of tableware, where set-ups can be constantly modified with one, smart movement. Cutlery inspired by retro shapes, placemats available in a wide range of patterns and shades, coloured glass accessories – the mix of Bitossi products is pretty eclectic.
At first sight, it could be a set made of stiff and translucent fabric. Interesting, but it’s even more! The young german designer Fabio Vogel presents ‘105 ltr Formen’, a hand-blown polished glass vases collection.