Mina is an XS chair that aims at the comfort of a normal sized seat, produced by internoitaliano. This is why and how it was designed. Text by Tommaso Caldera
The influence of social media on design. Quality and style as synonims of vintage. Furniture that talks about who we are. Robert Stadler, curator of Vitra Typecasting, talks about his installation at the Pelota.
Sicily on the map of international design and crafts: it happens thanks to MyOp, a networking project that brings the dignity of creativity back into the local industry
The Elle Decor Concept Store in Milan shows how technology and design thinking can make shopping a sensorially rich and creatively enjoyable act.
The modular sofa Meda (design Giulio Iacchetti for internoitaliano and Berto Salotti) shows the essence of good Italian design. Here is why.
Millennials ask more than their parents ever did (and at a lower price) to design furniture brands. In front of this revolution, traditional marketing tricks are useless. Here is what experts suggest to do.
Vintage shapes, inspired by the past, have become synonymous with style. But copying the forms of the icons of the past without their revolutionary scope is a nostalgic operation that does not lead anywhere. And that ultimately truly hurts creativity, and design.
From the Cindarella of buildings to the most forward thinking frontier of architecture, prefab homes are the latest desire of those who search for luxury in interiors. Here is why
The Haze series by WonMin Park is fascinating in its ability to be solid and aetherial at the same time. Design that turns into a metaphor
More inventions than re-editions, more revolutions than evolutions: it’s what I dream to see at the Salone del Mobile in Milan and at the Fuorisalone 2015.