Thibaut Malet

Thibaut Malet grew up in Montepellier, France, wandering and working as an assistant at his father’s workshop, home to the family company for several generations. From an early age he therefore had the opportunity to observe, experience and understand this wonderful artisan world and although he never officially studied to follow the footsteps of his […]

Emmanuelle Moureaux
DesignUrban Design

Known for her large-scale installations, Emmanuelle Moureaux’s first public art sculpture has been unveiled in the new well-being distric in Tokyo, Japan. The sculpture is titled ‘mirai’, meaning ‘the future’ in Japanese. As part of Moureaux’s ongoing ‘100 colors’ installation series, ‘mirai’ visualizes the next 100 years to come (2020 to 2119) in 100 different shades […]


A unique Canadian home that has set the standard for combining striking, modernist features with classical European design. Villa Cortile is the product of an in-house collaboration between Audax’s Interior Design and Architecture teams, and exemplifies our holistic approach to design. The shared vision was masterfully executed and resulted in a stunning, Italian-inspired home in […]

Urban Design

Imagine if the municipalities around the world had the opportunity to create in a simple, flexible and widespread way, small green areas along the urban spaces of their city. It would certainly be an interesting possibility. Especially if these green islands were modular and therefore were potentially able to create real mini parks on squares, […]


Born in 1959 from the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza, Artemide is still today a company specialized in the lighting sector which represents one of the many Italian design excellences. A company that throughout its history has won numerous gold compasses and that has invented globally recognizable icon objects. Like […]


A photographic view by Russian photographer Alexander Veryovkin of Soviet-era architecture in one of the most extreme, little-known and vast territories on Earth. From the Ural Mountains to the Arctic Circle, the book presents over 100 photographs divided into 6 chapters of brutal industrial buildings erected directly on the permafrost. ‘Prefabrication and serialization became the […]


From tomorrow, May 18, 2020, at least for Italy, we’ll return to normality that is not normal in any case. Schools will remain closed, travel will be limited and there will be many other constraints to protect public health. We will remember many things from this period, anxiety, concern, hope and respect. I also say […]