Tom Dixon and Moto Guzzi presented the Tomoto motorcycle in one room of Dixon’s massive Multiplex exhibition – a showcase of new design by Dixon and several handpicked small studios, which took over the 1950s Teatro Manzoni cinema durin Milan Design Week.
During Milan Design Week, Teatro Manzoni stage has been used to showcase DELAKTIG – the hackable living platform Tom Dixon has designed with IKEA.
For the International Design Week 2017, La Tenda Milano contributed to the panorama of events and…
Jaime Hayon revealed a collection of fantastical furniture pieces, imbued with his trademark whimsical style, in an installation titled ‘Stone Age Folk’ exhibited within the historical backdrop of the Palazzo Serbelloni.
Described by Hayon as a ‘combination of ideas, from folklore to fauna to colour to material to stone to furniture’, the ambitious collection’s abstract features and patterns are intricate adaptations of Caesarstone’s fine marquetry, yet again pushed to its creative limits.
What does Australian design look like? An exhibition of local talent hoped to reveal just that.
“The thing about Australian design is that it’s made up of a million different influences, so shows like this really allow the public to see what the Australian aesthetic overall is,” ………… stylist and curator Emma Elizabeth
During Fuorisalone 2017, Bisazza launched 4 new patterns in glass mosaic tiles by Australian Interior Designer Greg Natale.
The “Composite Collection” designs explore organic motifs and celebrate the beauty to be found in irregularity.
For Milan Design Week 2017 artist Paola Pivi puts her famous feathered bears inside the windows of la Rinascente department store.
In this historic and symbolic landmark of Milan, Pivi delved into her peculiar irony, determination, and candour, another perspective, another way of observing and experiencing the world, by-passing conventional thought systems and references.
During Milan Design Week, Fabbrica Orobia – new Paola Lenti location – became a laboratory where material and textiles researches never ends.
This year, Dixon brings up Multiplex – bringing together design, technology, fashion, film and interiors to explore how the future of retail might look, sound, smell, taste and feel.
At Teatro Manzoni he presented the collection of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.