iSaloni / Salone Milan

Greg Natale for Bisazza @ Salone Milan 2017

Greg Natale for Bisazza @ Salone Milan 2017

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.

Paola Pivi at La Rinascente @ Salone Milan 2017

Paola Pivi at La Rinascente @ Salone Milan 2017

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.

Tom Dixon [pt 3] @ Salone Milan 2017

Tom Dixon [pt 3] @ Salone Milan 2017

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.

Cartier “Precious Garage” @ Salone Milan 2017

Cartier “Precious Garage” @ Salone Milan 2017

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.

Paul Cocksedge [pt 2] @ Salone Milan 2017

Paul Cocksedge [pt 2] @ Salone Milan 2017

During Milan Design week, Paul Cocksedge presented Excavation: Evicted an installation produced in collaboration with Beatrice Trussardi and Friedman Benda gallery in New York and displayed at Fondazione Luigi Rovati in Milan during the Salone del Mobile.

Moooi ” A life Extraordinary ” @ Salone Milan 2017

Moooi ” A life Extraordinary ” @ Salone Milan 2017

Continuing the group’s collaboration with celebrated photographers, collections were counterpointed by the colourful and almost surreal photographic details of Levon Biss’’ high-magnification insect portraits.

The ‘Microsculpture’ series was edited from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History collection, providing a fascinatingly and very opulent interior backdrop.

Paola Lenti [pt 3] @ Salone Milan 2017

Paola Lenti [pt 3] @ Salone Milan 2017

Paola Lenti presented its new collections in balance between indoor and outdoor in Fabbrica Orobia 15, a charming industrial site of the early twentieth century.

A new collection of sofas, seats and tables with an essential and colourful line that is able to create balanced and fascinating scenarios, in which opposites live together: past and present, outdoor and indoor, tradition and passion.