Game of Thrones: Sansa wears Treccia fabric, a creation by l’Opificio
In the last episode of season 5 (Mother’s Merci) of uber famous Game of Thrones, beautiful Sansa is forced to marry cruel Ramsay Bolton. For this occasion, costume designer Michele Clapton, who worked together with Michele Carragher, creator of beautiful embroidery, chose L’Opificio’s Treccia fabric from the Vocalese collection to convey the approaching of winter and to underline Sansa’s social role. The beautiful fabric was the result of one year of study, design and tests. A special two-weft lampas, it makes the fabric final result unique both to the sight and to the touch. The result is a magnificent wedding dress, a true testament to L’Opificio high quality and workmanship and a definite moment of pride for this luxury textile label.
Bugatti awarded at the Seoul Living Design Fair 2016
Bugatti VELA Evolution blender has been awarded the The Best Product prize at the Seoul Living Design Fair 2016, one of the most important dates in Korea in the world of design for the home and kitchen. An important award that recognizes the quality and design of Bugatti products. Discover the full range of Vela Evolution on Luxxdesign.com. Different colours and finishes to suit everyone’s taste and colour palette.
SEDIMENTI VASE BY IVV ON DISPLAY AT THE TRIENNALE DI MILANO
Sedimenti amber vase, exclusively designed by Ilaria Marelli for IVV has been selected to be part of “Women in Italian Design“, part of the XXI International Exhibition at the Triennale di Milano “21st Century. Design After Design.” The display is curated by Silvana Annicchiarico and will be open to the public until 12 September 2016.
Ilaria Marelli is an architect and designer specialized in art direction, product, exhibition and interior design with an emotional and experimental approach. Interested in the social and cultural aspects of design, Ilaria Marelli teaches Design Innovation at Milan’s Politecnico University, and she promotes ideas on social innovation, such as the first Italian co-housing project. She is the winner of the “Milano Donna 2008” award and “AlumniPolimi Award 2015” in Architecture.
Cata, Florensis, and Sisifo receive the Honourable Mention at the 24th Compasso d’Oro ADI
The International Jury of the 24th Edition of the Compasso d’Oro ADI Award bestowed the Honourable Mention on the Artemide lights Cata, designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Florensis, designed by Loss Lovegrove, and Sisifo, designed by Scott Wilson.
A historical bond exists between Artemide and the Compasso d’Oro ADI Award, won by artemide for the first time in 1967 with the Eclisse table lamp by Vico Magistretti. Other designs to win the award are Tolomeo by Michele De Lucchi & Giancarlo Fassina in 1989, Pipe by Herzog & De Meuron in 2004, Smith by Jonathan Olivares in 2011 and IN-EI collection by Issey Miyake in 2014. In 1996 Artemide was awarded the Compasso d’Oro for Lifetime Achievement.
Objects receiving an award or a Mention of Honour become part of the Compasso d’Oro ADI Collection, declared by the Ministry for Cultural Assets and Activities “of unique artistic and historical interest” in 2004. Once again Artemide acts as an expression of the best Italian design, with innovative lighting projects combining technological research with high aesthetic and manufacturing quality to produce a new quality of light.
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