Alberto Biagetti, Italian designer invites us into his home, a space that has become the ultimate private gallery.
The Parisian designer’s aesthetic is deeply rooted in his boundless embrace of nature. Enjoy this video on Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance!
The prolific architect and designer Fabio Novembre imbues every object he touches with his rhapsodic brand of Milan élan.
Battling against international sanctions, global economic crisis and the challenges behind creating a hotel locally and sustainably in Iran, Ameriha House is a recipe for disaster. Or is it?
The American Design Club (AmDC) was conceived in the spring of 2008. At that time, America’s relevance in the design world was being questioned, with some postulating that US-based designers would never be as influential or productive as their European counterparts. Looking around, however, all they saw was talent and ambition in our fellow American designers, from close friends to former employers to recent design school graduates. What was missing was an avenue for these designers to share their work with a broad audience. The AmDC’s founding members resolved to improve the situation by creating a platform from which designers could launch new ideas and connect with one another.
Felix Burrichter is a New York-based architect turned editor who prefers building magazines.
We poll some of the best and brightest in the design world about one hot topic…
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Two leading London creatives meet for a chat and a chop in an East End hair salon.
Each year, the design teams at the Adidas HQ in Herzogenaurach come together to discuss and decide on trends for the seasons ahead. Inspired by founder Adi Dassler, Designer Days consists of a week of workshops for the teams to discuss innovation, brainstorm new creative concepts and think about what product lines will elevate the different pillars of the performance sport department. Constantly aiming to produce sportswear that is faster, lighter, cooler and smarter, the creative teams set the standard for innovative designs. Crane.tv goes behind the scenes at LACES – the brand new 62,000 square meter office devised by kadawittfeldarchitektur – and speaks to a few of the key design directors and the personalities who give the brand a unique feel.
Esteemed industrial designer Kenneth Grange is the unsung hero of the design world. His food mixers for Kenwood and cameras for Kodak are found in nearly every house in the country, and all Londoners will have taken a ride in the black taxi-cabs that he designed in 1997. Crane.tv catches up with Grange at the opening of his first retrospective exhibition at the Design Museum and finds out why, even at 82 years old, he will never stop designing. Making Britain Modern runs until 30 October 2011,