It’s the opening exhibition held in the Schaudepot, new seat of the Museum für Gestaltung of Zurich, and at the same time the first showing on this very broad scale of the achievements of Swiss design.
Pierre Guariche is one of the most representative of the French postwar design. His style is characterized by clean lines and practicality, among the best known projects there are the Tonneau chair for Steiner and the Equilibriium lamp for Disderot.
Christmas is closer day by day, so we want to dedicate this inspirational post to the room in the house that best represents the spirit of Christmas: Kitchen.
Thirty years have passed since the death of François Truffaut, the man who more than anyone has loved the film and perhaps even women. We want to remember him with the words written for him by his best loved “enemy”.
How would be the opening credits of Game of Thrones if it was a TV series from the 60s and whether to draw the titles had been Saul Bass?
A board where to pin photos of our new stuffs or new finds, but even souvenirs, inspirations or images of our life and work.
70 is the year of Jimi Hendrix’s dead and of the first fly of a Pan Am boeing 747 on the Atlantic ocean, but is also the year of Teti lamp and Citroën-Maserati.
The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents a major Lucio Fontana (1899-1968) retrospective. Considered one of the greatest visionaries of the 20th century.
Spring this year begins today at 18,00. Don’t get caught unprepared, let in fresh air and above all put a little ‘color around.
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