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23 January 2017

Who’s next Venice Biennale 2018 curator?

Alejandro Aravena passes the torch on to Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, co-founders of Grafton Architects

Not one, but two prestigious names will inherit Venice Biennale’s curatorship: indeed, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, co-founders of firm Grafton architects, have been appointed as curators of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition in 2018.President Paolo Baratta declared: “The Exhibition curated by Alejandro Aravena offered visitors a critical overview of the worldwide evolution...

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20 January 2017

Geometric Japanese umbrella

Origami-inspired take on thousand-year old accessory: check out SA by Justin Evan Nagelberg

Ever happened to get off the subway under a heavy rain, only to buy some lousy umbrella in the street and leave it carelessly at the restaurant the very same night? Still, hear hear, Japanese umbrella SA will help quitting such an annoying habit, as Justin Evan Nagelberg has truly made his best to turn his most recent creation into a lovable juju.By drawing its major inspiration from the origa...

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19 January 2017

Together with his wife Doriana, Fuksas is author of the Olympia wall lamp for Nemo

LED-powered silhouette of minimalistic and abstract design evokes remote worlds

It might look like a bright and essential UFO floating in the middle of the room… but it is none other than Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas’ LED-powered lamp for Nemo. Strong of its programmatic name – Olympia –, the wall lamp has earned itself a place of honour between the desk and the sofa, right by the bookcase and next to your favourite armchair. For the most stylish, minimal and contempor...

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Elle Decor collection

[Design]

Red Valentine gifts

10 Rigorously total red Valentine’s gifts for her and for him

St Valentine's Day

[IMM Cologne]

Mike Meiré's Cologne

An unusual itinerary to discover the German capital of design

Cologne Design Week 2017

[News]

Venice Biennale for two

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara take over from Aravena

Biennale di Venezia 2018

[Design]

Fascinating tea

Kusmi Tea in New York: a boutique soaked in a baroque atmosphere

design boutique

[Architecture]

Country pink

4 pool villas by the most eclectic Korean architect

houses with pool

[Architecture]

4 architects in love

Tales of love and complicity for Valentine's Day

San Valentino

[News]

Origami against the rain

Japanese art shakes up thousand-year old accessory

accessori di design

[Interior Decoration]

Flexibility & design

Furnishing ‘transformism’ in a small São Paulo apartment

restyling

[Magazine]

Coffee becomes the star

Stage cafeteria and the theatrical dimension of food

Lounge bar

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