During Milan Design Week, Teatro Manzoni stage has been used to showcase DELAKTIG – the hackable living platform Tom Dixon has designed with IKEA.
For the International Design Week 2017, La Tenda Milano contributed to the panorama of events and initiatives of the circuit of Fuorisalone, dedicating particular attention to creativity, art and culture not excluding its actual interest in social issues.
During Milan Design Week, Fabbrica Orobia – new Paola Lenti location – became a laboratory where material and textiles researches never ends.
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.
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.
Celebrating a decade of design, Lee Broom presented his ten year anniversary show TIME MACHINE at Salone del Mobile 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.
The Home Anthology Collection, coordinated ( like those preceding it ) entirely by Rodolfo Dordoni, also contains some products from French designer Christophe Delcourt.
Curated by Martina Mondadori Sartogo – ‘Passeggiata: An Airbnb experience of Milan’ – is Airbnb’s Milan Design Week project that took over the Casa degli Atellani.