Milan Design Week

Milan Design Week 2021: must see (part 3)

And here we are with the third and last part of the Milan Design Week 2021 guide! (click here for the first part of the guide and here for the second!) In this part I point out the most interesting events in the downtown area, between Durini - Quadrilatero - Monforte, and some very interesting new locations off the beaten track!   DURINI - QUADRILATERO - MONFORTE Durini and ...

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Milan Design Week 2021: must see (part 2)

In this second part of the guide I am only talking about the BRERA district because there are too many showrooms and exhibitions!   BRERA LA Brera Design Week 2021 quest’anno promuove il tema “Forme dell'Abitare" proposto da Fuorisalone.it, un’occasione di riflessione sulle rinnovate esigenze abitative e sugli spazi domestici, diretta conseguenza della pandemia.  Oltre agli eventi ...

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Milan Design week 2021: must see (part 1)

Here we are! The most awaited week of the year is back in Milan: MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2021! So many events and exhibitions will animate the city during this Fuorisalone 2021. I have decided to create a guide of the installations and shows that, in my opinion, are the most interesting to see. The selection was made based on my opinion, but if I discover other events worth visiting, I will update ...

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Gesture: the new rugs collection by cc-tapis

cc-tapis has launched Gesture, a new collection of rugss that explores the gesture as the root of artistic expression. I really love this new collection. cc-tapis involved five designers - Patricia Urquiola, Sabine Marcelis, Philippe Malouin, Mae Engelgeer and Yuri Himuro - who meditated on the meaning of gestures and studied how the simple movement of hands and tools can guide their creative ...

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COLOR TRENDS FOR 2020

As I wrote in my post about the new trends that were presented in the last Milan Design Week 2019, color was certainly one of the main one. We saw pastel hues, colors like mustard and dark green inspired by the 70s but also fluorescent and vivid colors like fuchsia inspired by the 80s. And then the new neutrals, like beige and champagne, which are taking the place of pure white. So let's see ...

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