Categoria Milan Design Week

Fuorisalone 2013: Marni ABI-TANTI workshop and 100 chairs

Here is one of the many interesting events in the past week have joined with the world of the fashion. At the new Marni space in Viale Umbria (Milan), the fashion house has repeated the success of last year with the exhibition “100 Chairs.” Seats, chaise-longue, rocking chairs and tables made by a group of […]

Fuorisalone 2013: Prada’s world by Rem Koolhaas and OMA – Tools for life

Finally during last week I managed to visit Prada‘s exhibition space at via Fogazzaro, 36 (Milan), where took place the collection of OMA Studio, Rem Koolhaas for US furniture brand Knoll. Fist of all I have to say that the space is is impressive, beautifully prepared and with a careful study of lighting and paths. […]

Fuorisalone 2013: temporary COS at Lambrate Ventura

As last year, when for the first time arrived in Italy, COS have launched a special installatiom/temporary store in Lambrate Ventura, one of the hottest point during this Milano Design Week. Designed by the french duo Remy Clemente and Morgan Maccari, the supporting structure create light cages with wooden and white painted iron bars. Joints […]

Salone del mobile 2013

Here we are ready with the first of some posts about Salone del Mobile 2013 in Milan. You can find some really interesting interior ideas.

Fuorisalone 2013: preview on Ruckstuhl new collection

Here’s a little preview on the new collection of the wonderful products developed by the swiss design brand Ruckstuhl. These wool carped are produced with smooth shapes and a contemporary palette of colors. The mix is complete and generate real pieces of design. The collection is produced in collaboration with international designers as Victor Carrasco, […]

Amuleto lamp by Alessandro Mendini

One of the elements that distinguish a designer is his ability to create iconic objects with simple shapes, materials and colors. This is what Alessandro Mendini, Italian designer and architect who marked the history of Italian design since the 70s, is still doing. A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of attending a […]