‘Pierre and the Almond Tree’ is a collaborative exhibition inspired by 90 year old artist Pierre Leron Lesur and the source of his work the Almond tree.
During 2014’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Edelkoort Exhibitions presents an inspirational exhibition to express a newly emerging trend in design and culture...
From the 7th to the 13th of April, for the 53rd edition of the Salone del Mobile, Moooi welcomes you to enjoy and gather inspiration at their presentation in via Savona 56.
Abundance as added value. Luxury of light flashing through pieces of research, the desire of more saturated milieus and of a new sumptuousness creating Nilufar Baroque. Magnificent mirrors and streaked marbles alternating with the glows of coloured glasses.
The group OKOLO, founded in Prague in 2009, is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year. The four initiators of the project – Adam Štěch, Jakub Štěch, Matěj Činčera and Jan Kloss – independently and individually address design in all its facets, develop concepts, publications, exhibitions and commission products, convey phenomena and make them visible.
Cristina Grajales Gallery is excited to announce the opening of Alexandra Agudelo's solo exhibition, Silver Works, taking place at the Colombian Embassy Residence in Washington D.C.
The Italian Institute of Culture in Paris is glad to present from March 26th to May 6th the first important retrospective on NUCLEO, the art and design collective led by Piergiorgio Robino.
Influential London-based Italian designer Martino Gamper guest-curates a new exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.
Gallery Libby Sellers is pleased to announce a solo-exhibition of new works by Anton Alvarez. The exhibition's title pays homage to the 1979 hit rap by Sugarhill Gang and perfectly encapsulates both the energetic spirit of these new works and Alvarez's background in graffiti art.
Galleria SWING is pleased to present Frozen #1, the new collection by Korea-born, London-based designer Jungin Lee (Gwang-ju 1985). The project Frozen was presented for the first time in 2012 at the graduation show in MA Product Design at Royal College of Art in London. Since then, it has been developed and shown at Dutch Design Week, Milan Design Week and London Design Festival.
Vitra Design Museum Gallery
From 1968 to 1972, the chemical corporation Bayer rented an excursion boat that was transformed by well-known designers into a temporary exhibition space on the subject of contemporary living.
‘Matrice’ is Studio Cogitech’s first collection: one-off pieces as well as limited series presented by Galerie BSl, bringing together objects produced in two composite materials: lacquered fiberglass and carbon fiber. These composite materials are manufactured from resins that act like a matrix for the fibers, rendering them more rigid and more resistant.
Living Spaces, an exhibition tracing a hundred years of textiles in Dutch interiors consists of a series of conceptual rooms present changing uses of fabrics in the household over periods of 10 to 20 years, with a starring role reserved for the museum’s extensive textile collection.