It is no coincidence that many English developers continue to turn to Italy to source large quantities of natural materials for top-of-the-market projects. "The Natural Stone Show", in fact, demonstrated how popular is Italian style and its quality of production. The Stone Industry Event, one of the most important important Building & Construnction trade show in United Kingdom, showed the best of Italian quality of production, thanks for the presence of prestigious firms such
"Game ChangHer": the name says it all about the next Frame's exhibition "Eyes on Talents" that is going to explore and celebrate women's role in the design world.
From 2 May to 19, in partnership with the D'Days, "Eyes on Talents" will be presenting ten exemplary work from ten female designers across Europe. Studiostand selects the three most representative of our period (see the gallery): For us, it is a great occasion to highlight the importance of women's work in this se
It's surely one of the most popular collection at this year's Milan Design Week: we are talking about Athena, a collection of furniture and accessories designed by Olivia Lee that you can see in the following gallery: Singaporean designer wanted to solve some of the problems created by the presence of new technologies in our homes, so she created products that would be "future-proof" by virtue of being analogue. They, consequently, wouldn't require software updates and could
A real-time biometric monitoring of brainwaves or iris scanning and the epidermal electronics to pay through handshakes: according to new research by Qhotels, these are just two innovation that will change the exhibition industry very soon. As reported by “Exhibition News” (March 2017), QHotels organised a workshop to find the key factors that will shape the conference and events industry in the next five years. The key trends identified by the panel are:
- Security: it will
£296m: with this incredible amount, three German institutional investors purchased Olympia London, one of the most important UK’s exhibition centre, site on a 14-acre freehold site in West London and welcomes 1.6 m visitors and hosts over 200 events a year over its seven connected spaces. The previously owner, Capital and Counties Properties PLC (Capco) purchased Olympia London to redevelop the Earls Court Area and decided to move on to focus on the company’s core business as