Alex Chinnick IQOS World Revealed at Milan Design Week

British artist Alex Chinnick, known for his surreal public sculptures that combine art, architecture and theatre, has teamed up with tobacco brand Philip Morris to create this conceptual IQOS (I quit original smoking) project for Milan’s Design Week. The architectural illusion dominates the courtyard at Spazio Quattrocento with a building that appears to have a giant zipper, unfastened, to expose a corner of the facade. Read more

Tiffany & Co. Has 5 Artists Reimagine Their Sterling Silver Tabletop Greenhouse

To celebrate the launch of Tiffany & Co.’s Home & Accessories collection in Europe, they invited five artists to help them with an artistic installation at this year’s Salone del Mobile design fair. Each of them were asked to reimagine the brand’s new sterling silver tabletop greenhouse, creating a new world with their own creative vision. Read more

Moschino Kisses Gufram, A Capsule Furniture Collection by Jeremy Scott

It’s a perfect match. Moschino creative Director Jeremy Scott is known for his over-the-top fashions and creative designs for the Italian fashion brand, while Gufram, also of Italy, is known for their fun foam furnishings inspired by Pop art. Put the two together and you get “Moschino Kisses Gufram” a capsule collection of three wild pieces of furniture produced in limited numbers. Read more

Five Designers Create Faucets for Axor WaterDream 2016

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The Axor WaterDream 2016 project consists of five original faucets by designers and architects. The results of the “Create Your Own Spout” initiative have just been unveiled during FuoriSalone (April 11 – 17) 2016 at the Axor showroom in Milan. Read more