#art object

  • Moscow Design Week 2017: Icarus art installation, designers Andrey and Tatiana Andreevy, photo Andrey Andreev

    Moscow Design Week 2017: Icarus game

    In Zaryadye park, Moscow, under the architectural tent of Ice cave building, Russian designers Andrey and Tatiana Andreevy installed an original art object Icarus. The art installation consists of 17 modular sections – a monument to the ancient hero of Greece – Icarus, who made the first flight in the history of mankind into the sky and to the sun.

  • Art & eco-interior designed by Anton Krylov & bureau Arch.Vision

    Art & eco-interior designed by Anton Krylov & bureau Arch.Vision

    Apartment under the clouds in residential complex City of Yacht in Moscow designed by moscow architect Anton Krylov, bureau of Arch.Vision, created as a painting in 3D. It contains the original idea of originally designed interior. Art-interior is "painted" as a three-dimensional picture by elegant and beautiful surfaces of natural materials, by comfortable rooms zoning, by design objects and bright paintings, which are harmonic in this atmosphere.

  • Kensington billboard by Zaha Hadid Design for JCDecaux, photo  Luke Hayes

    High-speed Billboard by Zaha Hadid Design

    You can not do design faster! It’s the way and form Zaha Hadid Design presents the dynamics of movement in a static object - the Kensington billboard in London! In its front rushing cars, and at its foot - flowers, a real romantic of the fashionable metropolis!

  • Outdoor furniture collection Moon Mission, design Studio Nucleo for Driade, photo: Studio Nucleo

    ISaloni 2018: Driade Moon Mission collection

    The first collection of outdoor furniture Moon Mission, which will perfectly suitable for the Moon, is made by 3D-printing and created by Studio Nucleo. It is devoted to the 50th birthday of one of the most famous Italian design brands – Driade, and the 50th anniversary of the landing on the Moon. Of course, those furniture pieces are unique art objects, shown during famous ISaloni 2018 fair in Milan.

  • Dining table Oxymoron, design Massimo Castagna for Henge

    ISaloni 2018: Oxymoron table by Henge

    The craftsmanship and modern design is combined in the concept of the Oxymoron dining table by Henge. The table became the central piece of furniture at the Henge stand at the Milan furniture fair ISaloni 2018.

  • Murano lamps Fusa, design Luca Nichetto for Svenskt Tenn, 2019

    Murano lamps Fusa by Luca Nichetto for Svenskt Tenn

    Italian designer Luca Nichetto, inventive, creative and tireless, has designed the collection of lamps and candles Fusa from Murano glass for Swedish brand Svenskt Tenn. Murano glass, in the whole picturesque variety of bright colors!

  • chair Next design Paola Navone for Gervasoni, photo Gervasoni

    ISaloni 2019: ajour chair Next by Paola Navone for Gervasoni

    This year Paola Navone decided to complete the family of ajour furniture for Gervasoni. The new design chair Next will be featured at Milan furniture fair ISaloni 2019, it suits perfectly with the Carve 07 collection presented by Gervasoni last year in Milan, at the ISaloni 2018 fair.

  • Lighting collection Idea design by Marcantonio for Slamp, photo Angelina Vin

    ISaloni 2019: Marcantonio Idea for Slamp

    Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerbastudio Marcantonio, opens philosophical theme of inspiration in the design object – in his new art object and lamp Idea for Slamp. Moreover, the idea of inspiration appearance in a very ironic interpretation. Two perfect images in one – the Venus of Arles and an Edison light bulb. In this case, the bulb is attached to Venus by glass, seems like occasionally! And thus, the lighting demonstrates the idea and the power of inspiration of the ancient sculptor in the new light!

  • Leria lighting, design & production Arturo Alvarez, photo Arturo Alvarez

    ISaloni 2019: Leria flying mask by Arturo Alvarez

    This Leria mask lighting floating in the air and over the table was designed by Spanish designer Arturo Alvarez as an art object, a light accent in the interior to attract attention and daily admiration. The lamp was first presented by Arturo Alvarez at the ISaloni 2019 furniture fair in Milan.

  • Lightings Leaf by Dániel Máto for Loomiosa, vases Steps by Pols Potten, photo courtesy by manufacturers; lightings Hommage by Miklos Leite for Microlicht, photo Angelina Vin

    Trends of Maison & Objet 2021

    At the international fair Maison & Objet 2021, which took place in Paris in September 2021 after a one-year break, designers demonstrated new ideas in interior decoration and the invention of new original items for the home. The Maison & Objet fair is rightfully considered the best accessory fair in the world. From year to year, this Parisian fair demonstrates a wide variety of innovative accessories from all around the world - lamps, fabrics, tableware, furniture, art objects, gifts, souvenirs, and other innumerable items that form home decor. We visited the fair and selected some of the most interesting articles from this year's collection.

  • Interior design fair SuperSalone 2021, Salone del Mobile.Milano, Milan, photo courtesy Salone del Mobile.Milano - Andrea Mariani

    SuperSalone 2021: Interior trends

    After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, international Milan fair SuperSalone 2021 showcased the latest novelties in high-end interior design at SuperSalone 2021 in Milan in September 2021. We have collected for you the best objects - the most aesthetically original, functional, and innovative models of furniture and interior items according to the development of modern design trends.

  • Design exhibition "If I were a Carpenter", designer Ron Arad and ALPI, Milan, photo Pierpaolo Ferrari

    Ron Arad's Chameleons

    The famous British designer of Israeli origin Ron Arad took on a new role - he tried his hand as a carpenter in collaboration with the Italian manufacturer of exclusive wood surfaces ALPI. The master of world design rethought and executed in plywood and veneer his already legendary pieces of furniture, which he had previously made from other materials. This new project presented at his author's exhibition "If I were a Carpenter". The renowned designer started as an artist of metal art objects and has worked in various fields of furniture and interior art design for many years.

  • Exhibition of art objects by Angelo Mangiarotti When Structures Take Shape, Triennale Design Museum, Milan, photo courtesy: Melania Dalle Grave, DSL Studio

    Solo by Angelo Mangiarotti

    The solo exhibition "When Structures Take Shape," dedicated to the patriarch of Italian design, Angelo Mangiarotti, has opened at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy.