100 Years of Swiss Design

22/01/2015By admindesigners & makers, inspire

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

15/01/2015By admindesigners & makers

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.

A tribute to Charlotte Perriand

16/01/2014By admindesigners & makers

Pupil of Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand made the ​​history of interior design and marked a revolution in the feminine style. “For my mother, the style was a way of being in the world,” says the daughter Pernette. This year Louis Vuitton dedicates to her the new s/s Icone Colletion 2014 and presents it in boutiques setting … Read More

Rams in London

16/10/2013By admindesigners & makers

Dieter Rams was a young german designer in 1961 when he visited London for the first time to collect the Interplas Award for the Braun TP 1 – a radio-portable record player that became known as the first Walkman.