Held at the Triennale, Milan, Mini’s exhibition titled “Don’t need a title: MINI, inspired by origins” was presented in four thematic rooms and described the history and philosophy of one of the most important icons in the world of cars.
The work of 26 Australian designers is currently on show in Milan in Local Milan- the largest independent showcase of Australian design in Milan to date.
The 2017 Good Design Awards has attracted the broadest and most diverse range of submissions in the program’s history with entries across seven main design disciplines and spanning 25 individual categories.
After an extensive evaluation process involving more than 35 Australian and international design experts, the Jury finalised their results and awarded only the best entries to receive the Good Design Selection 2017
See the Awards Presentation Night and peek behind the scenes to see how the judging process was organised and unfolded
The Lexus YET exhibition was held at La Triennale di Milano, the Design and Art Museum in Parco Sempione, Milan.
This event marked the tenth edition for Lexus International at Milan Design Week, highlighting the brand’s long standing passion for design and innovation
This year, Aisin ( 4th year in a row participating in the Salone ) returned to its origins with an exhibition titled “The Next Frontier in Mobility” – which expresses the aspiration of Aisin to inaugurate a new era of mobility, pioneering a new relationship between man and car.
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.
Cartier ventured into a rebellious new direction for Milan Design Week – here the worlds of form and mechanics collided in the Precious Garage exhibition designed for Cartier by New York-based Puerto Rican visual artist Desi Santiago.
For Milan Design Week 2016, Amsterdam based, Italian design duo Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin aka Formafantasma teamed up with Lexus to launch an exciting exhibition made up of 3 installations,
Entitled ‘An Encounter with Anticipation’ – the theme of the installation, conveys the aesthetics behind Lexus’ forward-looking vision through subtle nuances of colour, light and form.
British product and interior designer, Lee Broom, probably just made the most intricate pun of all time with his “Salone del Automobile” installation – a lighting and interior installation set inside of a delivery van that he drove from East London to Milan for Salone del Mobile.
“Last year in Milan I went to lots of exhibitions that were all about the palazzo and everyone was talking about that,” Broom explains in the movie. “I thought, why don’t I create my own, but I’ll create a mini palazzo inside a vehicle.”