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Magma, Eco contemporary Jewels handmade in Italy

Magma lab presents AQUAMADRE, colourful and light necklaces, with entasis in the recycling of plastics, mainly PET.

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Lighter than a petal

Researchers at ETH Zürich have created a new type of foam made of gold. It is the lightest form ever produced of the precious metal: a thousand times lighter than…

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Minrl @ Milan Design Week 2016

minrl, jewels for the body and the home. Minrl: Jewels for the body – and the home – created using artisan techniques with a focus on sustainability. Minrl is the…

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“Tulip” by minrl is the reinterpretation of a disposable ice cream spoon. Playing on its transformation through the use of a noble material such as silver.

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Creative Workout

The pilates Gym “Studio 51” hosts the exhibition and shopping event: Creative Workout, with the participation of minrl handcrafts, Lauz65, Little treats – ec Frammenti 

‘Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age’

Marcel Wanders presents ‘Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age’ at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 

Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age is a groundbreaking art publication combining the finest materials,…

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Series of vases by Bilge Nur Saltik that transform the image of a single flower into a kaleidoscopic composition, full of colours, reflections and details to admire and discover. The vases…

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2016

2016/ makes contemporary porcelain using the specialist skills found in the pottery town of Arita, Japan. Local artistry is combined with international design talent in the making of desirable, everyday…

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Beach Rocker

The directness of this design is its biggest quality and attraction. Erik Stehmann combines the almost iconic beach chair – with its timeless and classic character – with the comfort…

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Appear Disappear

This project led by teachers Satoshi Tabuchi and Akira Kishimoto, from the architecture team of Tokyo’s Tama Art University centres around the title theme ‘Appear, Disappear’. It consists of walls covered in a plastic structure which -depending…