The China International Furniture Fair got off to a solid start Sunday, despite the pesky tariffs and talk about a trade war with the U.S.
France’s esteemed trade show Maison&Objet has long been focused on residential design, so the announcement that this year’s theme would be the workplace surely took some by surprise. It shouldn’t, though. As the nature of work changes, the lines between residential and workplace design are becoming ever more blurred.
Residential and commercial furniture married and ICFF, which started Sunday and runs through today, found a new purpose and new vigor.
Celebrating its 10th year the award-winning Clerkenwell Design Week has firmly established itself as the UK’s leading independent design festival and annually attracts the international design community to this small area of London for three days of exciting events.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Clerkenwell Design Week which opens its doors from May 19-21, 2019.
The 386,236 attendees, over the 6 days, from 181 different countries made for an 12% increase over the 2017 edition, which also featured Euroluce and Workplace3.0.
At the 59th Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Knoll presents new designs by Piero Lissoni and Barber & Osgerby alongside reimagined Modern classics. The installation, designed by OMA, mimics Marcel Breuer's original design of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Design Holding, the new furniture and lighting group made up of B&B Italia, Flos and Louis Poulsen, has marked its first show at Salone del Mobile by presenting the biggest stand the Milan fair has seen in decades.
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Consumer tech companies are showing up at the world’s biggest furniture fair for a reason: Technology has become an integral part of the interior design of most of our homes. The companies making that technology are now part of home life, whether they choose to engage with the interior design industry or not.
if you think these Asian manufacturers are content with serving their own domestic markets, think again.
The four-day fair in Guangzhou, China, was expecting 200,000 visitors, including 30,000 foreign attendees. Based on the massive crowds during the event, that might be an underestimation of the actual throng that arrived.
Phase 2 of the China International Furniture Fair is underway in Guangzhou China. Held at Guangzhou‘ immense Canton Fair Complex the show fills the roughly 12 million square feet of show floor with anything you could imagine needing for your office, or to even create the products that fill your office.
At the annual Milan Furniture Fair, Google is staging an experiment in neuroaesthetics–or the science of how beauty affects our brains.
Susan Lyons, President of Designtex, joined Monika Stadler, artist and daughter of Gunta Stölzl, and Angelika Nollert, Director of Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus and discuss Bauhaus as a role model for modern company culture, and how it has influenced them & the design industry as a whole.
The ongoing uncertainty over Brexit is causing havoc with UK furniture brands' preparations for Milan design week, which starts 10 days after the country is due to leave the European Union.
The show will honor Renaissance master Leonardo Da Vinci—who passed away 500 years ago this year—with a series of installations. Multiple brands will also be echoing Da Vinci's humanistic ideas.