When designers visit Euegnio Perazza at Magis Headquarters in Venetto,Italy – they now sign the ever growing ‘ Wall of Fame ’, the company’s equivalent of a guest book
On the occasion of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, Davide Groppi presented “NelBlu”, a sensory journey of light and art at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
CoeLux – ” Experience the Sky “- won a coveted Good Design Award ( Gold ) in the Product Design category in recognition for outstanding design and innovation.
It is a system able to reproduce sun and sky.
Davide Groppi presented InControLuce, a book that celebrates thirty years of work in the creation of lamps and lighting projects, sharing the vision that inspired Davide Groppi’s first creations, through written ancedotes and illustrations
For Minotti, the year 2019 brings a new stylistic language, a new decorative code.
This new vision of interior design mixes different styles, by working with designers from different cultural backgrounds, who harmoniously become part of the “Minotti project”, all coordinated by Roberto Dordoni with Minotti Studio.
Magis presented its new collections at the Salone del Mobile 2019, with a space which embraces visitors in a sensation of serenity and sharing.
Paola Lenti’s latest proposal presented in the industrial spaces of Fabbrica Orobia 15, Milan, featured a series of architectures arranged like theatrical scenes to tell intuitions, innovations and products, of today and yesterday, in a continuous dialogue between color, matter and form.
For Milan Design Week 2019, the Magis Showroom in Corso Garibaldi 77, presented a set curated by Note Design Studio and dedicated to Plato – the beautiful new, die-cast aluminium chair designed by Jasper Morrison
In keeping with the philosophy “Modern Always,” Knoll presents new developments alongside modern classics by exceptional architects and designers like Florence Knoll, Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen and Harry Bertoia, in a display space honed down to the smallest details in impeccable style.
The new products are the central focus of the narration, creating relations with all that surrounds them, while triggering situations of change and innovation.
A new way of living in a context of personality and creativity, conceived for the places of dwelling and working, the most intimate rooms and most public space
For the centenary of the Bauhaus, Knoll narrates the passages of a legacy that still has powerful repercussions in our contemporary world, in the exhibition “Knoll celebrates Bauhaus” curated by OMA, with the collaboration of Domitilla Dardi, design curator and historian, in the Knoll showroom at Piazza Bertarelli
Designed by the young couple, work and life partners, Gilli Kuchik and Ran Amitai, it has a simple and understated shape and the clean lines of three sails in the wind.
Its manufacture however is extraordinary, with shell in die-cast magnesium and the four legs in extruded magnesium – the first chair made using magnesium whihc has been designed, developed and produced in decidedly industrial terms.
Weighing two and a half kilos, it can be moved or stacked on another chair with just one finger.
Interni asked the architects and designers participating in this year’s edition of the event to translate the concept of ‘ Human Space’ into experimental installations, starting with the furnishings that surround us and extending to urban mobility.
From the natural environment to macro-system of production, such as the virtuous – and by now necessary – circular economy.
In collaboration with partner companies and institutions, over thirty installations have been created for the show, envisioning a future in which nature and the planet are protected, resources are saved and artificial intelligence is applied for the common good, promoting personal well being.
The theme of the 22nd Triennale di Milano is, as the title suggests, in-depth examination of the ties between humans and our natural environment, now profoundly compromised and, in some cases, completely destroyed, looking at the role design can play in reconstituting these links.
In exploring architecture and design objects and concepts at all scales and in all materials, Broken Nature celebrates design’s ability to offer powerful insight into the key issues of our age, moving beyond pious deference and inconclusive anxiety.
For ‘The Room of Change’ Accurat created a 30-meters-long hand-crafted data-tapestry illustrating how multiple aspects of our environment have changed in the past centuries, how they are still changing, and how they will likely continue changing, addressing many of the topics presented in the exhibition.
With this installation, Accurat questions a communication made only of data and numbers and suggests a change of scale and perspective.