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N01 by nendo for Republic of Fritz Hansen, Milan Design Week 2018 Preview | Yellowtrace
New Collection from e15, Milan Design Week 2018 Preview | Yellowtrace
Dabass, nominated by Fabio Novembre A 19th-century art-nouveau building in Porta Romana is the setting for this stylish bar, which is our final recommend from Novembre. It features retro interior details, from the monochrome tiled bar to the sculptural lighting pendants.
According to the designer, the three chairs are based on geometric studies of the sphere, the circle and the semi-circle. Each also draws on her fascination with the universe.
Tokyo-based Iwamoto began his Plastic Blowing project with the desire to transform a mass-produced material into a piece of art.
Tomoko Murakami's bench is inspired by the vibrant colours on a Singaporean handrail
Muller van Severen applied its own minimal style throughout the Vogue Talents office
Studiomama creates colourful capsule homes for MINI Living installation
"We have entered the Anthropocene era," explained Dutch Invertuals. "This is a new geological age where human making has realigned the processes of nature, forever blurring the boundaries between the natural and the manmade."
ÉCAL students have set up a pop-up factory during Milan design week, where they are 3D printing a range of design objects on demand.
Erez Nevi Pana's vegan design ethic is "guilt free" from process to product
For his Vegan Design exhibition, Nevi Pana wanted to further his PhD research to see if it was possible to make designs without using any kind of material derived from animals.
Engineering firm Arup and architecture studio CLS Architetti have used a portable robot to 3D print a concrete house, which is on show for Milan design week.