The Finnish design house invited Klaus Haapaniemi to bring his ornate illustrations to a new tableware collection.
Paris is aiming to reduce 75% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, so could these futuristic green skyscrapers be the way forward?
After making a name for itself in fashion, textiles and furniture, Missoni is making its first foray into tableware.
2014 was a busy year for architecture and design. Here are some of the top players who shook the scene this year.
The Landmark 81 invested by Vingroup has the expected height of over 350 meters including 81 floors.
The 25th hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Swedish Lapland, has opened its doors, and the establishment has released a video showing the building of the central bar.
Pantone named Marsala, an “earthy red wine” inspired hue, the 2015 Color of the Year.
Jean Paul Gaultier and Eastpak have another surprise for you, they are set to join forces once again!
FENDI has teamed up with Dimore Studio to create an interpretation of an ideal, contemporary Fendi apartment in Rome at Design Miami 2014.
Paris city councillors voted against plans on Monday for French capital’s first modern skyscraper in more than 40 years: the Tour Triangle.
Mercedes-Benz believes that when autonomous vehicles become the norm the car will become a living room on wheels.
For the second time in a row Dolce & Gabbana have spread their magic in Claridge’slobby by designing this year’s Claridge’s Christmas tree.
Classic Italian car designer Pininfarina has launched an extremely limited edition custom-built bike.
Designed by Hong Kong architect Joyce Wang, the Mott 32 restaurant is located in a basement that once served as a storage facility.
Baccarat is celebrating its 250th anniversary with a special collection “Christmas in Red”, shining the spotlight on its signature color.
Dame Zaha Hadid has unveiled her latest design for a series of riverside towers in Toowong, in the Australian state of Queensland.
Architecture and design practice Heatherwick Studio has created a contemporary new distillery for gin brand Bombay Sapphire.
Jean Nouvel drew inspiration from camera lenses and traffic lights to design two new products for Italian lighting manufacturer Artemide.
Contemporary design concept “Wrong for Hay” is launching a pop-up stall at London department store Selfridges during the London Design Festival.
RALPH LAUREN HOME has unveiled its RLH collection for fall/winter 2014/15, with an emphasis on stately designs and outsized accessories.