EDIT by designjunction in collaboration with Tokyobikes invites you to tour the Brera Design District and visit your guides favourite design destinations. Led by top design professionals, the tours will take riders on a exciting journey to mystery design destinations each day.
PAD, pioneering event for Art and Design aficionados and collectors, has launched its next Parisian edition. As revealed last October during PAD London, a new visual identity was created for this event as well as a new structure in the heart of the Tuileries gardens, allowing for a prime selection of galleries, and novel editorial line, focusing on 20th Century Decorative Arts.
After freelancing as designer/illustrator/teacher in New York, Bob Gill emigrated to London on a whim and stayed 15 years. There, he founded Fletcher/Forbes/Gill later renamed Pentagram. Gill’s work has been exhibited in major museums around the world and his lectures on design are legendary.
A group of leading contemporary ceramic artists will fill some of Sir John Soane’s finest rooms with brand new works inspired by the architect, his creations and collections, as a new exhibition tours Soane designed buildings in 2013.
Cassina had announced its collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld. The fashion and creative icon has chosen to create an original photographic project for the Italian brand which will be exclusively presented with a series of prints at the Cassina Showroom in Paris from the 31st of January until the 10th of March 2013.
Having firmly established itself as the largest destination for contemporary interior design and culture at the London Design Festival, the critically acclaimed designjunction is set to transport an edited version of the show to Milan for the world’s largest furniture fair.
The Design Museum has the UK’s only collection devoted exclusively to contemporary design and architecture. This new permanent collection display reveals intriguing insights in the most exceptional of everyday objects.
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The meteoric rise of the workshop of Abraham Roentgen (1711–1793) and his son David (1743–1807) blazed across eighteenth-century continental Europe. This landmark exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of the cabinetmaking firm from around 1742 to its closing in the early 1800s.
The end of November is marked with the design community dusting off their floral prints and bright clothing in preparation for their trips to Miami for the highly anticipated Design Miami/ 2012 which runs from December 5 - 9. To prepare for this years event, we wanted to share with you what the fair feels are its key themes and top design objects.
For the first time, Design Space Gallery is pleased to participate at Design Miami 2012 and present specially commissioned works by designers, Michal Cederbaum and Noam Dover.
From the 5th till the 9th of December 2012, the gallery will be presenting both contemporary