Novelties by TON revealed for spring

TON has come a long way since they steam-soaked wood and bent it using metal moulds in 1861. As the dust settles after the 58th edition of Salone del Mobile, […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Flos x Konstantin Grcic

Lighting giant Flos presented Konstantin Grcic’s new work. More than just lamps, they are unconventional lighting objects based on LED technology. The collection of blown glass objects, titled Noctambule, consists […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Caffè Populaire

Canadian handmade lighting specialist Lambert & Fils teamed up with the Milan-based DWA Design Studio for the Caffè Populaire. A six-day concept café at the Alcova space, Lambert & Fils […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Dzek x Formafantasma

After a lengthy period of research, development and experimentation Dzek presented its collaboration with Formafantasma. ExCinere is a new collection of volcanic ash-glazed tiles that can pretty much find a […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Formations by Tarkett

Formations is the collaboration between Tarkett and Note Design Studio, which was first introduced earlier this year at Stockholm Furniture Fair. In Milan they presented the new iQ Surface collection. […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Nendo x Wonderglass

Nendo’s Oki Sato collaborated with Venetian brand WonderGlass on Melt – a collection of gravity formed furniture and table top objects made of molten glass. The point here is the […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Freitag Lab x Georg Lendorff

The collaboration between Freitag Lab and Swiss video artist Georg Lendorff flipped Milan Design Week on its head. The installation Unfluencer – De-sinning the Designer was what the company described […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Dornbracht Research Lab x Mike Meiré + Elastique - DAMN° Magazine

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Dornbracht Research Lab x Mike Meiré + Elastique

The new Dornbracht Research Lab in collaboration with Mike Meiré and Elastique presented an immersive installation Is Memory Data? The project explored how new technologies transform, enhance or even replace […]

Skagerak debuts its first ever cabinet

Skagerak debuts its first ever cabinet

A simple, wooden cabinet is set to join Skagerak‘s exisiting collection of minimalist furniture.

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Resident: putting New Zealand design on the world stage

You may have heard of Resident if you’ve visited Milan design week or NYCXDesign – New York’s month-long design event. Here, brands showcase new products post-Milan, as has been the case with Resident. But […]

Rem Koolhaas, Piero Lissoni and Vincent Van Duysen team up with Olivari

Historic handle company Olivari has been in business for over 100 years. And while doorhandles may seem to be a niche market, the company works with some of the biggest […]

Bjarke Ingels' inflatable art pavilion becomes bulbous range of ceramics

Bjarke Ingels’ inflatable pavilion becomes bulbous range of vases

Not content with being one of the biggest architects on the planet, Bjarke Ingels has now applied his skills to ceramics – transforming one of his built projects into a […]

Andreu World launches new products at NeoCon

Andreu World has revealed a new range of furniture at Chicago’s NeoCon fair, designed alongside the likes of PearsonLloyd, Patricia Urquiola and Kvadrat.

Jumbo’s chubby furniture “cherishes the childlike”

New York studio Jumbo has released a range of furniture and lighting solutions named Neotenic. Revealed during this year’s NYCXDesign festival – which took place throughout the month of May […]

Atelier lachaert dhanis applies visual trickery to furniture

Pieces of wood and old furniture are used by atelier lachaert dhanis to create ornate bronze-cast furniture.