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Astep Candela

Astep

Astep is a design company founded by Alessandro Sarfatti, the grandson of legendary lighting designer Gino Sarfatti and the son of Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi –  who with Paolo Rizzatto founded Luceplan.  Astep brings to the domestic landscape, the experience, knowledge and the future-oriented outlook that has been nurtured by the Sarfatti family for three generations, and bridges it with the latest developments in digital technologies. The name Astep indicates the necessary motion of a never-ending journey – the journey of evolution. Continue reading Astep

Buster + Punch

Buster + Punch

Buster + Punch is a London-born home fashion label founded by architect and industrial designer Massimo Minale. The Buster + Punch story started in a garage in East London where Massimo discovered a passion for making the things he loved. From lighting and hardware to custom motorcycles and whisky bars, Massimo and his team now make unexpected and elegant interior products. Working with rare, solid materials Buster + Punch makes extraordinary items for everyday use for those who want to live with conviction. Continue reading Buster + Punch

Colicci Virginia Water

Mizzi Studio

Maltese – British designer, Jonathan Mizzi, qualified as an architect at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL where he was awarded a Commendation for his work in Neo Futuristic design in Architecture.  He also attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles and Escape Studios in London studying Digital Set Design, Visual Effects and Animation. Mizzi Studio is an award winning multidisciplinary practice working across all scales and sectors through architecture to industrial design, lighting, interactive design Continue reading Mizzi Studio

Dinesen floor in Kadeau Restaurant

Dinesen

Founded in 1898, Dinesen is a fourth generation family-run Danish company. It is renowned for its custom-made wood flooring featuring unusually wide and long planks. Driven by a passion for wood and respect for nature, Dinesen sources Douglas fir and oak from the best forests in Europe selecting trees between 80 and 120 years old. Continue reading Dinesen

Collect 2017

Collect 2017

COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects, is one of the world’s leading fairs exclusively selling craft. Founded in 2004 and presented by the Crafts Council, COLLECT 2017 takes place at the Saatchi Gallery, London, from 2-6 February 2017. COLLECT provides a unique opportunity to buy exceptional craft from the world’s leading makers, represented by galleries and dealers. Continue reading Collect 2017

MP 01 by Punkt

Punkt.

Punkt. was founded by Petter Neby in 2008 based on a passion for design and simplicity. Based in Switzerland, Punkt. works with the industrial designer Jasper Morrison and the world’s leading engineering firms. The Punkt. brand began with the launch of its debut product, the DP 01 cordless phone by Jasper Morrison in January 2011 Continue reading Punkt.

The Design Museum by John Pawson

The Design Museum

Tomorrow PR has been appointed by the Design Museum to work on the launch of the two new retail spaces at the soon to open new Design Museum in Kensington. The first shop on Kensington High Street will open in July and will present a curated edit of design objects with a focus on gifts. The second retail space will be located within the main Atrium of the new John Pawson-designed museum and will stock a more comprehensive selection of design products and books. Continue reading The Design Museum

Bert & May

Bert & May

The Bert & May story began with a love of tiles. Falling for the traditional encaustic tile while renovating a boutique hotel in Andalucia, founder Lee Thornley discovered a defunct tile-making studio in the foothills of the Sierra de Cadiz and brought it back to life. Today Bert & May specialises in contemporary tiles handmade in the same way they have been for many decades, whilst still scouring Spain and the rest of Europe for exceptional reclaimed tiles. Continue reading Bert & May

Anish Kapoor at Versailles

Anish Kapoor at Versailles

This weekend while in Paris I headed out to Versailles to see the latest show by the Bombay-born, London-based sculptor Anish Kapoor. He joins the select group of artists such as Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami chosen to show their works in the fabled halls and on the hallowed grounds of Versailles, Sun King Louis XIV’s palatial seventeenth-century landmark outside Paris. Kapoor’s show, which coincides with the tercentenary of Louis XIV’s death Continue reading Anish Kapoor at Versailles