Cristina Celestino is an architect and designer, and she was born in Friuli Venezia-Giulia. Several international awards, including Salone del Mobile Milano and German Design awards, have honoured her products. In 2022, she was chosen Designer of the Year at Maison&Objet.
Luca Nichetto carries out his professional activities by dividing his time between his studio in Stockholm, where he lives, and his studio in Venice, his birthplace. His projects include countless furniture products, lighting, precious ceramics, and of course, Murano glass.
For the dynamic duo de Ester Luesma and Xavier Vega, fine dining and haute cuisine are so much more than what is served on the plate. For them, it all begins with the actual tableware itself!
Klaus Thymann is a photographer, explorer and world wanderer with an interest in finding solutions to the big problems of our time. We talked to Klaus about his life, what drives him and his hopes and aspirations for a better future.
Sandro Zara has really ‘rebuilt’ the manufacture of the tabarro cloak, making a timeless garment contemporary. A true Venetian legend, a minimal garment with undisputed charm worn by everyone in the past and present. The tabarro cloak has transgressed the centuries and remains unique and functional in the present day.
According to designer Francesca Lanzavecchia, who has worked with major brands like Zanotta and Hérmes, design doesn’t only improve lives, it saves them. Read our interview with her to learn more about her career and her values, including her stance on “designing for all”.
Join us for our interview with designer Ferruccio Laviani whose previous works include collaborations with Swarovski, Dolce & Gabbana and Moët Hennessy. Find out how he became a designer, how he defines modern design and what his favourite materials are.
Sustainability, good design and longevity – those are the three concepts that define the Johanenlies philosophy, that shines through each and every piece of furniture they create. From upcycling floorboards to creating beautiful pieces of furniture, these works of art will enhance any room.
With their luxury fitness equipment brand kenkō, German designers Andreas Bachmann and Fritz Grospietsch create refined natural products that complement our lives, blurring the line between equipment and art. We spoke with the creators about their shared design principles, where they draw their inspiration from, and how they see the future of at-home exercise.
Tucked away on the rugged Norwegian coastline is ‘Under’, Europe’s first underwater restaurant, and the world’s largest. At the heart of this awe-inspiring venture is a symbiosis of Michelin star cuisine and award-winning design. We spoke with Under’s architectural and design firm Snøhetta, as well as head chef Nicolai Ellitsgaard Pedersen, to get all of the exciting details.