We are happy to share our conversation with Sing Chan designer based in China, and one of the winners of Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award 2019.
We had an inspiring conversation with Sandi Hilal about using various forms of collectivities in architecture to represent the non-represented people.
We had an inspiring conversation with Swedish designer Marie-Louise Hellgren about creating her circular design methodology through mindfulness and simplicity.
We are happy to share our conversation with Carla Baz designer based in Beirut, and one of the winners of Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award 2018.
We are happy to share our conversation with Carlo Massoud, designer based in Beirut, and one of the winners of Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award 2018.
We had a dialogue with this year's Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award winner Marc Dibeh about his design approach and process.
We had a conversation with Maxim Velcovsky, Creative Director of Lasvit, after the Monsters show they designed in this year’s Milan Design Week.
We interviewed Snarkitecture on translating architecture into emotional experiences through interacting with other people which they call ‘simplifying’.
We interviewed Sigurd Larsen on translating architectural thinking into design by experimenting with forward-thinking making-techniques and materials.
Nominated by Giulio Cappellini, designer Antonio Facco is sharing his experience of Maison&Objet 2018 Rising Talent Awards and describing his design approach.
Nominated by Rosita Missoni, designer Marco Lavit Nicora is sharing his experience of Maison&Objet 2018 Rising Talent Awards and describing his artisanal approach.
We had a dialogue with this year's Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award winner Federico Peri. Peri talked about his works at the exhibition, his process of nomination and his sources of inspiration.
We had a dialogue with this year's Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award winner Federica Biasi about how she is influenced by handcraft.
We talked with Guglielmo Poletti at Maison&Objet 2018. He shared his experience of being supported by one of the masters of Italian design scene, Rossana Orlandi, as a part of Rising Talent Awards.
We talked with Giulio Capellini during this year's Maison&Objet Rising Talents programme. He shared his insights on shifting Capellini's direction to a global landscape.
Jan Boelen, curator of the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial, is explaining how "A School of Schools" aims to create an experimental ground.
The designer duo behind Tsatsas are sharing their way of designing influenced by architecture and shaped by artisanal approach.
Yusuke Seki is sharing how he is balancing respect for history with the use of a contemporary design language.
Christian Haas shares his opinion on merging contemporary production techniques with good craftsmanship in order to generate a creative sprit.
Our fifth guest is Lane Coder who has been working in landscape photography which gives him a wonderful reason to immerse himself in nature.
Sophie Dries talks about making collaborative buildings and objects in the challenging creative scene of Paris.
As a newly graduate from Design Academy Eindhoven, Guglielmo Poletti shares his experiences on exhibitions, design process and the industry.
The insights into materials are accidental, and occur within unexpected context of everyday life.
Our fourth guest is Edouard Sepulchre. He has been working in advertising for years and shifted to photography aiming to try something “falling in between art and documentary”.
Our third guest at Multiple Perspectives is Leigh Merrill. Her work is part of the permanent collections of various public and private collections. She currently lives and works in Dallas, Texas where she is an Assistant Professor of Art at A&M University-Commerce.
Our second guest at Multiple Perspectives series is Pawel Franik. He is a Warsaw based Polish artist who has studied film and photography. He is currently creating series nourished from urban and rural environments combined with human solitude.
Our new series "Multiple Perspectives" examines the relationship between architecture, city and human in the city—through photography. We believe in that the visual reflecting the physical realm is as important and impressive.
Intangible frames of architecture
In the creative sector, we could be role models for communication and sharing.
Hyperreal iterations of everyday objects
I think it’s useless to re-produce the reality. We already know how we can re-make the reality. I try follow another path.