The exhibition features 25 by 19th century Danish painter, Laurits Andersen who was among the most significant figures within the Danish and Nordic art world.
Open until September 6 at Brooklyn's A/D/O, Out Of Office highlights key themes and objects from the past 70 years while projecting what the next 30 years may hold.
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.
200 years of design history – illustrated by 70 chairs made by a single company. Steffen Kehrle’s redesign highlights Munich’s Die Neue Sammlung’s Thonet collection.
An exhibition of cork furniture by Jasper Morrison has opened at the Kasmin in New York's Chelsea, the designer's first solo show in North America.
The furniture company will be displaying archival materials from Ray and Charles Eames, Alexander Girard, and more at its New York flagship.
Google has partnered with scientists on a Milan design week exhibition that shows how different aesthetic experiences can impact our health and wellbeing.
Ergonomic office furniture brand Humanscale's installation at Milan design week mimics the movements of its visitors, says its designer Todd Bracher in this movie filmed by Dezeen.
"Knoll Celebrates Bauhaus" opened today at the Knoll showroom in Milan and will be on view through April 19 before traveling to London; Paris; Seoul, South Korea; Sydney; and Tokyo.
April marks the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, the immensely influential art and design school founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar, Germany, in 1919.
Featuring over 190 objects spanning from antiquity to the present, the exhibition reveals how designers apply the theories of the world's greatest color thinkers to bring order and excitement to the visual world.
From now through October 14, 2018, the VITRA design museum presents a monographic exhibition dedicated to the life and work of Ron Arad.
ErgoExpo, to be held August 21 - 24, 2018 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, will feature more than a dozen sessions and workshops showcasing why wellness programs are important, how to implement them, and the physical and monetary results they yield.
Taking place at the Javits Center in New York City, the four-day event brings together more than 36,000 industry professionals ranging from architects, distributors and manufacturers, to interior designers, retailers, visual merchandisers and more.
With the theme “New visions of work”, ORGATEC – the leading international trade fair for the modern working world – is addressing current issues and presenting new solutions to meet the demands of a world of work experiencing a rapid process of transition.
In the last nine years imm cologne has changed appreciably under its Creative Director Dick Spierenburg. Fabian Peters spoke to the designer about innovative concepts, talented young designers and his "side job" at the Museum of Applied Art Cologne (MAKK).