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April 30, 2018
With Clerkenwell Design Week coming up this month, we felt inspired to share a selection of energising design trends to keep your eye on.
In light of the dreary British weather today, we felt obliged to provide invigorating design trends full of colour and light.
Fondazione Prada Torre's debut exhibition Atlas includes the Upside Down Mushroom Room by Carsten Höller (2000).
Christophe Machet creates chairs from sewage pipes.
Hive pendants in recycled cardboard by Graypants.
RUX’s Double Boom LED fixture in reclaimed water-tower redwood and brass by Stickbulb.
OMA-designed Torre, which opened last week as the final part of the Fondazione Prada arts complex in Milan.
Sergio Mannino Studio
Sergio Mannino Studio completed the pharmacy in Brooklyn for Medly.
Ilse Crawford's rug collection for Kasthall pays tribute to the Swedish landscape.
Garage Museum creates life-size recreation of Andy Warhol's studio 'The Factory'.
An Antwerp apartment’s breakfast bar looks like the top of Otten’s limited-edition Tekton table. Photography by Dries Otten.
In the living room, a sofa by BoConcept picks up the blue paint of the brick feature wall. Photography by BoysPlayNice.
Indigo table top made by Japanese craftsmen Nakagawa Shuji.
Pali, 2015, acrylic polymer and pigment of aluminum by Don Martiny.
Xavier Veilhan’s installation at Chateau of Versailles.
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