National Library of Serbia where Belgrade Design week take place this year.
National Library of Serbia where Belgrade Design week take place this year.

We have teamed up with Belgrade Design Week to present you upcoming 7th volume of this spectacular event of the workshops, lectures and parties.

7th Belgrade Design Week, from 4 to 10 June, it will take place in the National Library of Serbia, in its renovated interior designed by the young Serbian architect Zoran Radojicic. Belgrade Design Week participates in the celebration of the 180 years anniversary of this institution - significant for the education and preservation of Serbian national heritage.

During the event you can see design workshops by Thomas Feichtner, Jörg Boner, Matti Klenell or Jenni Carbins of Matilda from Australia. From 7 to 9 June the main conference is on the program. There, you can see talk by international crowd of established heavyweights as well as upcoming talents in the field of design, architecture, media and art.

The participants for this year will include Thomas Feichtner, Dominique Dinies from Querkraft, Hector Serrano, Jörg Boner, Matti Klenell, Non-Format, Heydays, Leon Jakimič of Lasvit, Isay Weinfeld, Ole Jensen, Beetroot, Enota, Martino Gamper, Troika, Mathieu Lehanneur and some other big names.

More details on our favorite speakers in architecture and design will arrive. Stay Tuned!









Beautiful book on beautiful architecture. It is relatively new monograph publication on the late modernist architect Eduard Neuenschwander (born in 1924).

Neuenschwander is one of the most important figure in the Swiss modern architectural history. His unconventional approach to brutalism and his connection with nature, historical styles, vernacular resulting in the comfortable living spaces is very original interpretations of Le Corbusier modernist ideas. Now you can see it in this book published by gta Verlag and written by Claudia Moll and Axel Simon.

Designed by Cybu Richli & Fabienne Burri of C2F, the book is not strong in the content only, but in the great precise typography, design and illustrations, too.









Beautiful book on beautiful architecture. It is relatively new monograph publication on the late modernist architect Eduard Neuenschwander (born in 1924).

Neuenschwander is one of the most important figure in the Swiss modern architectural history. His unconventional approach to brutalism and his connection with nature, historical styles, vernacular resulting in the comfortable living spaces is very original interpretations of Le Corbusier modernist ideas. Now you can see it in this book published by gta Verlag and written by Claudia Moll and Axel Simon.

Designed by Cybu Richli & Fabienne Burri of C2F, the book is not strong in the content only, but in the great precise typography, design and illustrations, too.




Our friends from Depot Basel are true enthusiasts in design and everything around. Their unorthodox exhibition concepts are exactly our cup of tea. So we become proud media partner of their next project Craft & Scenography.

Craft & Scenography invites crowd of creative talents to show their work in the context of these two different disciplines.

"There is nothing more thrilling than a good conversation between different disciplines. We bring together a range of contemporary cultures to create an impressive set of references around craft and scenography – some of them are visually pleasing, some of them are collectable," say curators of Depot Basel.

On show will be wide range of installations and projects including personal presentations of A C E, Bastard Collection, Bashko Trybek, Charlotte Talbot, Clemence Seilles, Dik Scheepers, Earnest Studio & Emilie Pallard, Johannes Nagel, Julia Walter, Kaspar Hamacher, Tina Roeder, Tobias Schäfer, Valentin Loellmann or IN Residence project, performance by Judith Seng, and much more.

Stay tuned and see more details next week.







We have visited Prague-based designer Martin Žampach in his studio and had a look on his new project developed for DMY in Berlin.

Poly is a series of geometric bowls made from sandwich of veneer and cork or metal. Diamond shapes which are connected together to create geometric bowls are all hand-made by Martin in his studio.

One version of the metal bowls is treated by vinegar to create rusty surface of the metal pieces which are connected by magnets into the result shape.

The whole collection you can see during DMY in Berlin, 6 - 10 June in the collaborative project Colab 01 by Martin Žampach and Matěj Chabera.








We have visited Prague-based designer Martin Žampach in his studio and had a look on his new project developed for DMY in Berlin.

Poly is a series of geometric bowls made from sandwich of veneer and cork or metal. Diamond shapes which are connected together to create geometric bowls are all hand-made by Martin in his studio.

One version of the metal bowls is treated by vinegar to create rusty surface of the metal pieces which are connected by magnets into the result shape.

The whole collection you can see during DMY in Berlin, 6 - 10 June in the collaborative project Colab 01 by Martin Žampach and Matěj Chabera.




Gio Ponti`s designs were alway functional, decorative, yet robust and organic. We have found all these qualities in the brand new re-edition of his Conca cutlery by Sambonet.

Originally designed in 1951 by famous Italian modernist for Arthur Krupp, the cutlery is asymmetrical sculptural virtuosity in the mid-century design, which is born again in the new edition. It presents typical Ponti`s abstractionist approach in the designing every day useful objects. They are small intimate products where function meets 1950s modernist frivolity and joy.




Gio Ponti`s designs were alway functional, decorative, yet robust and organic. We have found all these qualities in the brand new re-edition of his Conca cutlery by Sambonet.

Originally designed in 1951 by famous Italian modernist for Arthur Krupp, the cutlery is asymmetrical sculptural virtuosity in the mid-century design, which is born again in the new edition. It presents typical Ponti`s abstractionist approach in the designing every day useful objects. They are small intimate products where function meets 1950s modernist frivolity and joy.


Lamp for the Bavinger house, 1950 - 1955
Lamp for the Bavinger house, 1950 - 1955
Coffee table from the McCullough house in Wichita Falls, 1956
Coffee table from the McCullough house in Wichita Falls, 1956
Door from Price House, Bartlesville Oklahoma, 1966
Door from Price House, Bartlesville Oklahoma, 1966

Architectural work of Bruce Goff (1904 – 1982) was always a great organic adventure in the heart of USA in Oklahoma. His designs born in the desert are fascinating structures so different from each other and representing very original part of American modernism.

This time we present here some of his interior design pieces which were designed as integral parts of his houses. Use of unorthodox, cheap and trash materials, or new geometric as well as organic shapes characterize Goff`s ability to create spectacular, decorative and strong language standing somewhere between Frank Lloyd Wright and postmodernism.

Pictures Courtesy of Wright, Chicago.

Lamp for the Bavinger house, 1950 - 1955
Lamp for the Bavinger house, 1950 - 1955
Coffee table from the McCullough house in Wichita Falls, 1956
Coffee table from the McCullough house in Wichita Falls, 1956
Door from Price House, Bartlesville Oklahoma, 1966
Door from Price House, Bartlesville Oklahoma, 1966

Architectural work of Bruce Goff (1904 – 1982) was always a great organic adventure in the heart of USA in Oklahoma. His designs born in the desert are fascinating structures so different from each other and representing very original part of American modernism.

This time we present here some of his interior design pieces which were designed as integral parts of his houses. Use of unorthodox, cheap and trash materials, or new geometric as well as organic shapes characterize Goff`s ability to create spectacular, decorative and strong language standing somewhere between Frank Lloyd Wright and postmodernism.

Pictures Courtesy of Wright, Chicago.