Spanish company Nagami’s debut Salone exhibition, titled ‘Brave New World: Design in the New Age of Technology’ showcased four works of 3D-printed furniture, created in collaboration with three cuttting edge Design studios – Zaha Hadid / Ross Lovegrove / Daniel Widrig
The Design in the Age of Experience event which explored how design and technology can combine to help develop solutions to issues impacting the health of our world.
Breath/ng by Kengo Kuma was an air purifying installation able to absorb the equivalent of 90,000 cars worth of pollution per year
In an exhibition held during Milan Design Week, leading trend forecaster Li Edelkoort and Google teamed up to explore how electronic devices of the future could become tactile.
The Seiko Watch Corporation’s exhibition “Flow of Time,” was on view at La Triennale di Milano
The inspiration for the multimedia artwork was the Grand Seiko Spring Drive movement that is driven and regulated through mechanical, quartz and electromagnetic power.
We have created with passion, courage and without compromise. We have been imagining forever a lamp made only of light.
It’s such an intense project. It allows you to enter another dimension in space. It’s so simple that it evokes surprise and wonder. ” ………………. Davide Groppi
At Sony’s Hidden Senses visitors could see, hear and feel hidden senses that inform your everyday life. Challenging the constraints and preconceptions between technology and human behaviour, whilst interacting with familiar objects in a contextual space.
“Transitions by Panasonic Design” celebrates Panasonic’s 100-year anniversary with a landmark installation and a series of panel discussions exploring the future of design.
” Air Interventions “, the immersive installation in the courtyard of the Pinacoteca de Brera (Brera Academy of Fine Arts) is a 20-metre diameter air dome in the shape of a water drop and is the focal point of the exhibition – a huge “water-drop pavilion”
Massimiliano collaborated with Italcementi Heidelberg Cement Group, Dutch construction company CyBe Construction, and Arup to design and bring to life “3D Housing 05 “, a prototype of a 3D-printed concrete home created in response to the growing affordable housing crisis.
The one storey concrete house, located in the grand Piazza Cesare Beccaria, covers 100 square meters; it has curved walls, a living area, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
The U-Joints – Equations of Universal Style exhibition at the Plusdesign Gallery, curated by Andrea Caputo and Anniina Koivu, examines the theme of joints, through 50 designers’ experiments, prototypes and products.
U-Joints explores the theme of connections in design, by taking a look at the multifaceted world of joints – from those that are most common, to design’s most innovative ones, as well as those that have had the greatest influence on contemporary design.