An installation which goes beyond the limits of the exposition, of the explicit presentation, to express in a conceptual way, with an act in between a building intervention and an art installation, real and shared thoughts on the meaning of rethinking and redoing in a different way something already existing.

le stanze di dimore

The house I wish. A new space and project for Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran. A place in balance between private and public.

made in Belgium

My friend Giovanna Massoni was the first person to speak to me about it. She is an Italian who moved successfully to Brussels some years ago and is now an extremely active and curious protagonist behind the creativity scenes of Made in Belgium.


LightCycle is a sustainable light fixture design competition which was held during the 2009 State of Design Festival.


I have no choice but to admit it. I am truly impressed by one of the latest creations by Swarovski. Called Honeycomb, it is a shimmering modular trellis of light designed to create spectacular visual and spatial effects.

Daniel Rybakken

An even deeper reflection on natural light. Understandably, it emerges from a young, really young designer: the Norwegian Daniel Rybakken who was born in 1984.


They use light as a raw material and the dark as our canvas. They are Luzinterruptus, a spanish, anonymous artistic group who carries out urban interventions in public spaces.

Rio cinema

The design bureau 1:2:3 and Kristoffer Sundin has developed have developed an interior and graphic identity for the Rio cinema in Stockholm, Sweden. The new concept refers back to the original design of the cinema – designed by Albin Stark –, which was opened in the 1940’s.


The Udo and Anette Brandhorst collection is an impressive ensemble of modern and contemporary art – works by artists such as Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bruce Nauman, Mike Kelley, Alex Katz, Eric Fischl, Damien Hirst, Katharina Fritsch to name but a few. It will be open to the public on May 21st 2009 [...]

far – if possible – from the Madding Crowd

I was excited and curious to see how companies and designers would respond to the crisis. I thought that I would spend the Milan design week surrounded by new stimuli and original designs. I thought there would be fewer people, fewer projects, a greater amount of creativity and invention. I was wrong, completely wrong.