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Some of our favorite discoveries at Wallpaper* Handmade during Milan Design Week 2015.
A collection of gym equipment-inspired home furnishings that might make you want to run back to the gym.
Calico Wallpaper partnered with BCXSY to create wallpaper inspired by the night sky.
The new work at Ventura Lambrate continues to be one of our favorites during Milan Design Week.
A collaboration between Snarkitecture and COS led to an ethereal, cave-like installation in Milan.
An exhibition where every sculpture was constructed by a variety of spiders that each create their own silky web.
Micaela Lattanzio rips apart her portraits and painstakingly puts them together into a new piece of art.
A new art project by Chad Kouri sends you a unique piece of art via text message that you can save or purchase.
A steel framed outdoor pavilion that is based on Filip Janssens' smaller scale, cube-like furniture.
Aakash Nihalani launched a series of interactive installations that ask the user to move their hands to move the cubic designs around.
Commercial trade fair Ambiente is surprisingly buzzing with emerging designers in the Ambiente Talent section.
Massimo Faion partnered with the Carway Gallery for an installation of falcon stands, which includes a live falcon performance.
A traveling exhibition featuring three, unique machines that reflect time between the future and the past.
We talk to designer Scott Henderson, who has designed a creative and distinctly American exhibit at this year's Ambiente in Frankfurt.
An exhibition that focuses on merging modern day design with traditional Lebanese culture.