This autumn, we invite you to wrap yourself up warm and head to these three design events in northwestern Europe: Formland, northmodern and the NordDesign.
If two words could explain Victoria + Albert’s Florin Collection, it would be “bathroom goals”.
The Spanish house takes on furniture at the Salone del Mobile this year, creating a collection that was nothing short of radical and fascinating.
The international furnishings trade fair has grown significantly since its inception in 2006, with more suppliers and exhibitors than ever before.
A sofa for those who simply can’t decide, the innovative furniture is set to making a yacht much more personalized.
With its ability to slide, fold and hide itself with a press of a button, say goodbye to static furniture and cramped spaces.
The French entrepreneur talks about her ideal home, where she gets her inspiration and what sets Stylodeco apart from other home furnishing companies.
The fair will commemorate the architect’s artistic contributions with the exhibition of her lesser-known works.
The American firm invited industrial designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin to collaborate on a range of furniture that holds many modular possibilities.
A new collaboration between the two brands brings about high quality designs and vibrant creativity.
Silvia Marlia designs a full range of furniture for grown-ups based on what she has learned creating for children; it’s all about the users.
Backed by a wealth of traditional crafts that continue flourishing in Lisbon, furniture brand mambo unlimited ideas resonates with a thoroughly modern vibe.
The Belgian design studio brings a touch of play to the Milan Furniture Fair with wacky designs
Known for its unconventional take on furniture, HAROW is back with its newest creation, the Iconic Stool N°1-A, Arnold.
Several top labels have been showcasing home interior collections for years, and pretty soon, they’ll be kitting out our patios too.
Luxury fashion house Bottega Veneta has opened its first store in Milan dedicated uniquely to interiors.
Commemorating 50 years since the passing of le corbusier, a number of furnishings brands are returning to his work.
RALPH LAUREN HOME has unveiled its RLH collection for fall/winter 2014/15, with an emphasis on stately designs and outsized accessories.
“A Body of Skin” is a furniture collection designed to look like elements of the human body.
London designer Michael Anastassiades presented lamps strung between walls on fine cables for Italian lighting brand FLOS.