Luxury furniture brand OM recently unveiled a new range at its showroom that may soon be seen in its next project.
Tomas Maier extends his fashion know-how to furniture, creating yet another opulent yet functional series for the home.
The Danish furniture design firm has launched its first range of accessories with the help of internationally renowned designers.
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.
Whether its reintroducing an old design, or coming up with something playful and new, these are some of the best designed objects and furniture for kids.
Backed by a wealth of traditional crafts that continue flourishing in Lisbon, furniture brand mambo unlimited ideas resonates with a thoroughly modern vibe.
Milan’s fashion pack is starting to take furniture more seriously.
François Champsaur brings a love of fine art, craftsmanship and natural materials to the spaces he creates.
In line with other brands diversifying into interior design, Versace aims to inject new life into their furniture line.
The most artistic installations and exhibits at the Milan Furniture Fair to look out for.
With the Milan Furniture Fair coming up, these are the four brands to look out for during the event.
The American design guru collaborates on her first residential project.
We get schooled on the common misconception that designing for people with health challenges is the domain of specialists.
The rebranding of IFFS/AFS paves the way for the long-running trade show to address key future developments.
In an effort to reconnect with Chinese culture from centuries past, the W2 Chair takes its inspiration from the shapes typical of traditional benches.
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.
Italian opulence is at the heart of luxury brand Fendi Casa’s new 2015 collection, which went on show at Maison & Objet in Paris.
“A Body of Skin” is a furniture collection designed to look like elements of the human body.