Underneath Milano

Underneath Milano

The Linate subway stop of Milan’s new line M4, photographed for the first time: an emblematic location combines avant-garde architecture with the best contemporary design. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
An interview with Chiara Andreatti

An interview with Chiara Andreatti

Design of the times: social media, sustainability and new challenges. A conversation with Chiara Andreatti. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
A house in Portland by Osmose Design

A house in Portland by Osmose Design

The American firm turned the inside into an explosion of colour and creativity. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
The Gallerist: An Interview with Martina Simeti

The Gallerist: An Interview with Martina Simeti

From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN: our conversation with Martina Simeti, founder of her eponymous gallery in a former silversmith shop in Milan’s Via Tortona neighborhood.
In New York, 11 apartments designed by Anna Karlin

In New York, 11 apartments designed by Anna Karlin

The new skyscraper hosts 11 different model apartments by the interior decorator Anna Karlin. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
An interview with Rossana Orlandi

An interview with Rossana Orlandi

The future of design plus recycled materials plus electric creativity. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
Anna Piaggi Archive

Anna Piaggi Archive

Her taste for beauty and whimsy guided her invention. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
MILAN! A choral tale

MILAN! A choral tale

We asked six professionals from different fields – art, architecture, design, communication, fashion and restaurants – to tell us how they see Milan. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN
In London, a house built into a railway arch

In London, a house built into a railway arch

In south London, a disused railway arch became a place for architectural experimentation, resulting in a house full of light and colour. From the April/May issue of ICON DESIGN.
Philippe Starck: "nature is brilliant just as it is"

Philippe Starck: "nature is brilliant just as it is"

The French designer talks about his first encounter with ecology and his latest design for Cassina, dedicated to outdoor living. What do they have in common? Nature, “brilliant just as it is.”
An interview with Matteo Thun

An interview with Matteo Thun

We talked to this architect from Alto Adige about beauty and sustainability, research and philosophy, and naturally, architecture.