Artist Elisa Passino Draws on the Art Deco Aesthetic in Her Latest Wallcovering for Astek
Combining graphic forms with soft pastels, the Astratta Miami collection was inspired by the Art Deco architecture of the titular city. Designed by Italian artist Elisa Passino for Astek, the Type II wallcovering includes touches of risograph-printed forms to add additional texture. Nine patterns—including Ocean Drive, Miami Springs, and Coconut Grove—are available in a few colorways each, including black-and-pink offerings and cobalt-and-bubblegum options. The line brings the distinctive architecture of an iconic beachside city to interior spaces, including commercial and hospitality projects. The digital print is made to order, the scale can be altered, and custom colors can be swapped in for the standard hues.
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Mary Katrantzou Creates a Vintage Inspired Collection for Villeroy & Boch
Fashion designer Mary Katrantzou creates Victorian, a ceramic wall-and-floor tile collection for Villeroy & Boch.
HiP Award Winners 2022
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Gantri Spotlights the Work of 4 Emerging Designers
Gantri, the California maker of affordable, sustainable 3D-printed lights, showcases four emerging designers in its latest independent creator release.
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Wavy edges, undulating doors, and candy colors hint at a funhouse vibe that belies a serious intent: a conversation on the cultural implications of design.
Patricia Urquiola Turns Digital Art into Hand-Knotted Rugs
Connected tubes of Himalayan wool emerge from the surface of Patricia Urquiola’s Pipeline Freeform rugs, curving and overlapping in wild squiggles.