• Tag: design


    Video // Patricia Urquiola’s Home & Studio in Milan.

    24th March

    Fantastic video by Matthew Donaldson that gives a peek inside design-superstar Patricia Urquiola’s Milanese home and studio.



    Fabrica Launches Extra-Ordinary Gallery with Exquisite Handmade Design Objects.

    13th March

    Italian based communication research centre Fabrica recently launched ‘Extra-Ordinary Gallery’, a collection of ordinary objects designed by a team of Fabrica’s multicultural designers and entirely made by hand in Italy. Daily rituals made special through attention to detail. The formal simplicity, shapes and materials of these objects become a tribute to the beauty of basic and small pleasures in life.



    Roderick Vos // Dutch Product Designer & His Rocking Showroom in Den Bosch.

    5th March

    The smokin’ hot showroom by Dutch designer Roderick Vos is full of awesome products and extreme moments of beauty at every corner. Everything about this place is a total knockout! Part workplace and part store, this design forward showroom is located in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch), a small town outside of Eindhoven, and is full to the brim with products exclusively designed by Roderick himself.



    Etereas by Flaminguettes // Short Film Meets Amazing Motion Graphics [TV].

    22nd January

    Short film meets amazing motion graphics in Etereas by Flaminguettes – a combination of performance art and animation using a dancer and a hula-hoop.



    Faye Toogood’s London Home [TV].

    21st November

    The multifaceted designer, Faye Toogood, opens her London home, and discusses her affinity for using unusual juxtapositions in her decorating.



    Design Masterclass & Interview With The One And Only PATRICIA URQUIOLA!

    21st November

    I had the great privilege of being invited to attend Patricia Urquiola’s exclusive master class earlier this week, as part of Space Furniture’s 20th birthday celebrations. The three hour design ‘workshop’ explored ideas through the hands-on making, based on the way Patricia’s own studio works in Milan. The class was a bit like play-school for grown-up designers – colourful, exploratory and times almost silly, but so friggin fun and liberating. In truth, most of us who were there would have been happy digging trenches if it meant spending some time alongside one of the world’s brightest design stars. There are simply no words to describe how extraordinary this woman is. I bow to her, respect and admire her to the moon and back, with intensity only those closest to me can comprehend. Despite her worldwide superstardom, I am happy to report that Patricia is as humble, grounded, real and generous in person, just like one would expect from her work. After the workshop, I was extremely lucky to have Patricia all to myself for my first ever one-on-one, proper grown-up “real life” interview…




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