Months later and I'm still geeking out on coverage of I Salone 2013 in Milan. Today I'm sharing a round up of new desk designs for small spaces, each of which debuted at this year's furniture show. We'll see these soon for sale (if they're not out already), so keep an eye out for them if you're in the market. Or for those DIYers out there in the world, use as fresh inspiration for new projects.
The best thing about modern design is figuring out whether you love it or not. Like some contemporary art, it takes awhile to mull over and figure it out. Here are five pieces that I stumbled across while looking at coverage of Milan Design Week. They definitely push boundaries, but are they successful? You decide.
No man is an island, or so said John Donne. But if the photo above is any indication, designer Werner Aissllinger might diagree. Meet Bikini Island, his collection of furniture for Italian brand Moroso, which debuted in Milan this past month. At first glance it looks like a hodgepodge of connected or overlapping parts, or what happens when you paint the walls and push all of your furniture to the center of the room.