WeVux (wɪvʊks) is 11 years old and this is our new identity!
The project was born at Politecnico di Milano in 2011. Our aim is to offer a further look at design, specially focusing on sustainability and young talents, with interviews, projects and reports.
The times are changing and so does the context in which we operate: today the world of online blogs is saturated and confused. Clickbaiting is the rule and online contents are often of questionable quality.
We believe that sustainability and emerging design are not seriously approached and we want to be the new point of reference for brands and professionals that want to know more. To show them the latest with the help of experimentations, researches, products but also the works of the young talents
WeVux does so with specific research, curated selection, the right words and high quality images. New designers and projects to discover but also a place to find inspiration for sustainability solutions and fresh ideas.
WeVux wants to remain an open project, without advertising. We will continue to work for passion and to do so we will publish a total of one/two articles per week, in English and Italian. Less contents, but a higher quality.
Collaborate with WeVux
We welcome everyone who shares our point of view and wants to participate in enriching WeVux project with their own voice. Contact us to know more! Send an email at [email protected] or [email protected]
Previous authors: Ludovica Proietti, Sebastian Gonzalez De Gortari, Simone Poli, Beatrice Sartori, Maria Fernanda Suarez, Giulia Serafin, Francesca Raimondi, Letizia Paternieri, Arianna Serantoni, Elena Locatelli, Alessandro Saggia, Francesca Negri, Alessando Nappi, Francesca Boerchi, Mari Woo, Valentina Arlati, Sibila Vogli.
Currently, our team is composed of Teo Sandigliano, Giuseppe Barbalinardo and Mattia Lanzarone. We are always looking for new contributors, feel free to send us an email!
Submit your project
We mainly write about contemporary design, architecture and research but each project will be carefully evaluated. Here’s what we need:
- a project description (500-1000 characters)
- from 9 to 15 images (hi-res)
- a link to website, Behance, Instagram, etc…
Once the staff has approved the article, you can find your project in the *HOTLIST* page and on our Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn. Each article will be published with copyright and link to your profile.