Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have been bringing a fresh perspective to their designs for over two decades with their innovative approach. They are said to be successors to the French design throne held by Philippe Starck, though they prefer to remain elusive on the matter. The duo approaches design with a similar attitude. Their work is …

Gaetano Pesce

Gaetano Pesce began his career in the sixties, and ever since, it has been an eclectic mélange of styles, techniques and interpretations. It would be hard to define in a chronological manner: an order doesn’t exist. For a New York exhibition titled “Age of Contaminations” which provides a retrospective of Pesce’s work from 1968 – …

Walter Gropius

“…the final goal of art: the creative conception of the cathedral of the future, which will once more encompass everything in one form – architecture and sculpture and painting.” – Walter Gropius, 1919 In his own words, his philosophy of total design, around the time of the establishment of the Bauhaus.  It has been exactly …

Herman Miller: At the Forefront of Modern Design

For almost a century, the Herman Miller brand has been at the forefront of the Modern Design, steadily maintaining its status as a household name in the design industry. The past hundred years of the brand have been marked by groundbreaking innovations and some of the most iconic designs of modernity, brought to life through …