Once again Interni magazine and editor Gilda Bojardi presents a review of the most promising young designers emerging on the international design scene in the past 12 months
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Once again Interni King Size magazine editor Gilda Bojardi presented a review and profile of the most promising young designers emerging on the international design scene in the past 12 months
They all had numerous products on show with different manufacturers at this years Salone
Salone magazine – Interni King Size – nominates a selection of the most promising “Young Designers”, who have numerous products on show with different manufacturers at this years Salone
Look out for these designers in years to come – they will definitely be leaving their mark based on this years showings
Once again the big fashion houses positioned themselves in the midst of the Salone Furniture Fair in Milan – Monograms and furnishings – united by design. !
Fashion and furnishings come from two different worlds, but they share the intention to present their own take on comfort and elegance, and they are united by the same common denominator: design.
By collaborating with architects and furniture designers, fashion brands can gain the freedom to explore process and materials through more experimental applications.
The winners of the Swarovski Designers of the Future 2015 award were announced during Milan Design Week, at a glamorous lunch event organised by Design Miami / Art Basel, overlooking the famous Duomo in Milan
The award was established in 2006 and recognises young designers and studios working with new processes and materials.
Hong Kong’s Elaine Ng Yan Ling and London-based Tomás Alonso and Studio Swine scooped up the prestigious prize, which will see the young talents collaborate with Swarovski to produce works for the 10th anniversary edition of Design Miami/ Basel ( June 2015 )
Zona Santambrogio Design District area, presented its fifth edition of DoutDesign – dedicated to the topic of Environmental and Social Sustainability with the theme of Design to Save, Change, Dream the World
participating under 35 designers were selected from an open and international call by Regione Lombardia and the Politecnico di Milano, looking for prototypes and innovative products, with attention to self production and to the sustainability of the processes.
KnollTextiles’ Adjaye Collection is a highly anticipated collaboration between David Adjaye and KnollTextiles Creative Director Dorothy Cosonas, a meeting of African aesthetics with the language of modern fabrics.
After collaborating with Knoll on furniture in the past few years, Adjaye brings his many years of travels across the whole African continent into colourful, textural fabrics both woven and digitally printed, comprising of two wall coverings, two draperies and four upholstery patterns.
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