Italian Designer Guglielmo Poletti uses a selection of wires for both practical and artistic reasons, constructing a unique range of furniture that plays on the idea of balancing the voids.
Astep's focus is on new products for the home, but at the same time they should be accredited for their re-edits of iconic objects such as the timeless works by Gino Sarfatti and Vittoriano Vigano.
Italian Design Studio MORQ have really shone on their selection of smaller residential builds that almost hunker down and integrate deeply in to the nature that surrounds them.
Italian artist Marco Tirelli's work has a mystical quality and if you look deeper and you can see interesting ways in which he uses art to express something that can't necessarily be seen.
The Holo Collection is a series of furniture designed by Milan-based Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro that has a elliptical shape running throughout all the pieces as a theme.
Italian architect Michele Reginaldi has been questioning the proportions of space and the structures themselves in a study titled "Morphologies for Architecture" since the late 1980's.
The best kind of design is the design that goes unnoticed, Mutina has linked artisanal and industrial techniques that are specifically suited to producing modern floor and wall tiles.
A series of tables by designer Davide G. Aquini who has used geometric shapes and materials often found in modern architecture to create architectural shapes that are aesthetically pleasing but functional.
Sabrina Garrasi, a talented artist based in Pesaro, Italy works in collaboration with nature to create unpredictable artworks that are truly one of a kind and are very impressive to look at.
Italian artist Alessandra Taccia, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, explores everyday objects and life through her painting, breaking down the setting to the essential forms.
This furniture series consists of a three piece collection and is simple and understated, made by Piaval but designed by Daniel Rous with help of the design studio at Fabrica in Italy.
Gam Fratesi was founded by Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian architect Enrico Fratesi, who have been able to mix the craftsmanship from Denmark with the modern style of Italy.