Design. The dictionary defines it as the 'Building process of an idea, that makes it visible, and allows the concrete realization'. What it does not say, however, is that design, like art and music, is a heritage, and as such should be available to everyone, a meeting ground on which people can confront despite differences and distances.
There is a theory which states that if anyone discovers exactly what the purpose of the universe and why it is here, it will turn into something even more original and authentic. There is another theory that demonstrates that this has already happened.
Roberto Paoli with the new project Planet, ironically gave an image to this belief communicating his personal interpretation of the purpose of the universe.
"Happy Life" is a major project designed with eclectic personality architect Makio Hasuike, which will be presented during the Milan Design Week (8-13 April) in the showroom MH WAY Via Durini 2.
"Happy Life" is dedicated to the person, to some simple steps that are repeated in everyday life, the need to wear and live. "Happy wear" versus "happy living": Makio Hausike osmotic establishes a dialogue between two worlds increasingly coming, that of fashion and that of design, interpreting them in a dynamic lifestyle, contemporary nomad, in perfect harmony with the philosophy Free Spirits brand MH WAY.
Both salentini but who met in the last edition, they immediately had a lot to share as a passion for the great Italian craftsmanship and mastery of "handmade". Years of research company and the creativity of the designers, combined, have given rise to a variety of models and types of objects.
During the fuorisalone 2014, iarchitects The home of the future origins, an Italian event which prefigures new scenarios of contemporary living.
With the special ability to interpret every aspect that substantiates the project, iarchitects turns during the design week in its showroom in a habitation module, and through elements and product design unpublished, says a new starting point, a new source of our future living daily.
How to recreate the intensity and beauty of the water in our bathroom? And 'this one of the questions on which for years has been questioned Axor, the designer brand Hansgrohe, And now it seems to have found a revolutionary response through consolidated collaboration with the genius of Philippe Starck:
It will be the first transparent mixer to "celebrate the vitality of water and get together with this precious elixir of life" emphasizes the French designer.