Design&Trends

In recent decades, design has contaminated a number of sectors of creative work. This series focuses on the scenarios of future trends, investigating their infinite expressive potential through issues of contemporary relevance and discussions with international designers. A window on the future, to understand and describe how much the world of design is changing, from techniques to new materials, from interiors to installations, from experimentation to contamination with art. In the final analysis, a section all about forecasting and trendsetting in design.

Ceramics: Souraya Haddad’s enchanted table

29-12-2022

Ceramics: Souraya Haddad’s enchanted table

An October evening in Paris: a special banquet is being held in a beautiful high-class apartment, featuring enamelled ceramic dishes and cups in the shapes and colours of clouds, containing foods put together like sculptures, little flowers, candles and crystals. Ceramic Banquet Act I was an event held by House of Today to honour Lebanese ceramist Souraya...

London’s Design Museum offers a new exhibition about ASMR: the world of oddly pleasant sensations

26-12-2022

London’s Design Museum offers a new exhibition about ASMR: the world of oddly pleasant sensations

Have you ever felt a pleasant thrill run down your spine when listening to a particular piece of audio or video? This sensation is known as ‘ASMR’, and it boasts a world of multimedia production enjoyed by millions of people online. The exhibition ‘Weird Sensation Feels Good: The World of ASMR’ - presented by the Design Museum in London in collaboration with ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for...

JoeVelluto, the Buddhist path to design

22-12-2022

JoeVelluto, the Buddhist path to design

Buddha, who experienced the reawakening of consciousness, has something to say to us about design, beginning with his Noble Eightfold Path: eight forms of behaviour to put into practice in order to achieve happiness - or at least come closer to it. Designers Andrea Maragno and Sonia Tasca, founders of JoeVelluto Studio, have translated the Path into a vision and a series of...

Olafur Eliasson: time returned, between light and shade

19-12-2022

Olafur Eliasson: time returned, between light and shade

Palazzo Strozzi in Florence hosts a major exhibition of the work of the visionary and highly popular Icelandic-Danish artist, entitled ‘Nel tuo tempo’. The title is in Italian rather than English because Olafur Eliasson chose to use the Italian language to directly and specifically express the concept inspiring all his work: that the purpose of art is to restore our consciousness of...

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