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10 cozy red designs
  • 10 cozy red designs

  • Browse a selection of 10 cozy red designs, while fully getting in the winter mood. Cozy basics: a comfy seat, one or two warm carpets, a reading lamp, hot tea and a good reading. Designers will do the rest. Jump into the fluffiness of Mario Bellini's Le Bambole sofa, winner of a Golden Compass in 1979 and let your [...]
  • 10 design ideas for Thanksgiving

  • This Thanksgiving take some inspiration from ten design tableware collections: choose between simple ceramics, coloured glasses, blue hues or alternative cutleries. Designed for famous brands –Alessi, Seletti, Villeroy&Boch, Blumarine, Kartell, to name some – or by experimental alternative designers, you can ch[...]
  • Ergonomia della mente, o il mio tavolo è misantropo

  • Un mobile può rappresentare una determinata personalità? La risposta arriva dal designer fiorentino Paolo Salvi, che con il suo progetto Ergonomia della Mente esplora i profili comportamentali dell'uomo nelle sue molteplici personalità. Cassettiere superbe, comò estroversi, armadi mitomani, scale anancastiche, e molt[...]
  • Red lamps: six classics

  • A selection of six red lamps from Domus website proposes new ad old classics. Moving back to the Sixties, Giancarlo Mattioli's Nesso lamp for Artemide was designed in 1967 and has been celebrated as a design icon, becoming part of the MoMA design collection. In 1952 Alvar Aalto designs the Pendandt Light A110 for F[...]
  • Siba Sahabi, Blue Alchemy

  • Amsterdam-based designer Siba Sahabi created Blue Alchemy, a collection of seven felt vases that revive the legendary “Egyptian blue” and takes us back to an ancient pottery workshop that served as a laboratory for alchemical experiments. Siba’s vases are made by hand from coiled coloured felt strips and an enlarge[...]
  • Joan Rojeski: the reborn of sticky notes

  • Joan Rojeski design agency redesigned sticky notes in a project for Normann Copenhagen. Inspired by origami, these funny small pieces transform into 3D objects to share messages in many different ways. The collection is part of the stationary set that the Danish company named “Daily Fiction”. The studio has developed[...]
Living Gadgets
  • Living Gadgets

  • Living Gadgets, a Project by Studio José de la O, speculates about a near-future reality, where product designers are able to use genetically designed creatures the same way materials are used in objects today; toying with the idea of how a genetically modified creature, designed not only to fulfill an utilitarian ro[...]
  • 5 yellow chairs

  • Interior design never fails in preventing your mood to turn down when season change is approaching. Mix some energetic yellows with good design chairs to light up your space in the coming fall. Here a selection of five yellow chairs that put comfort in first place. 1. Sol, designed by Constance Guisset for Molte[...]
  • 10 Atmosphere lamps

  • For the outdoor and indoor, some examples to improve space quality, relaxation and comfort in cozy atmospheres. Here a selection of ten designer-lamps. 1– Enzo Catellani: Medousê Enzo Catellani lights up the outdoor spaces at Light + Building 2016 with the new lamp collection that recreate the same warmth and [...]
  • 5 Summer must-haves

  • This summer don't miss our selection of design products. Have a Moscow Mule on the beach, ride your bike safely in a Nordic city, wear fancy flip-flops, serve your best meals in the countryside and taste herbal teas on the mountains. #1 Stark for Ipanema This summer’s must-have bears the signature of Philippe [...]
  • Universal Everything: How can you solidify human movement?

  • "We are revealing glimpses into our Research process, through a series of questions we aim to answer" Universal Everything "Carl Sagan, the noted astronomer, scientist and author, once famously wrote about how the human brain is hard-wired to identify human faces. This phenomenon, known as ‘pareidolia’, likely d[...]
  • Giampiero Milella: Luci meccaniche

  • Anche quest’anno, Domus ha invitato quattro Università a collaborare in occasione della Design Week. Ringraziamo i venticinque studenti o neolaureati che hanno contribuito a documentare una delle più intense settimane di Milano, animando il blog loves.domusweb.it. ____________________ Da ciò che sarebbe materiale[...]