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 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.
Sanlorenzo a leader in Italian shipbuilding, explored in an unusual and somewhat didactic manner the relationship the Ligurian company has with the world of contemporary design.
It is the first time that a shipyard has taken part in the Design Week.
Eco-oh! presented their project curated by Lorenzo Palmeri, at the Triennale di Milano, titled The new Normal by Eco-Oh. Let’s Recycle for Life
The Project described the process that leads from the consumption to the virtuous transformation of plastic materials, giving new life to plastic household articles, transforming them into designer pieces made of 100% recycled mat
The Design Association NPO organised the “Takumi Exhibition”, as part of the Japan Design Week in Milan 2017
Held at the Triennale di Milano, the exhibition highlighted Japanese design based on tradition but in continual renewal.
The Milano Design Award is, to date, the only of its kind devoted to celebrating the best installations of the Fuorisalone, otherwise known as the events that happen in the City not the Fairgrounds.
One of the goals of this award is to document the evolution of taste and the emerging trends at Milan Design Week.
It also aims to recognize the work of the international community of design.
From a stone to a simulated human heart, the Italian designer Andrea Branzi and Japanese designer Kenya Hara, trace the design history of tools from the stone age to today, in the Neo Pre History – 100 Verbs exhibition at the Triennale di Milano.
A journey inspired by the power of “100 verbs” and “100 instruments” which, like streams of mysterious, life-giving energy, guide the viewer through the dark clouds of history and of infinite space.
The Japanese paper distributor TAKEO Co, Ltd, under the curatorship of Kenya Hara invited 15 creators including architects, illustrators, graphic designers and art directors to explore the material paper for their Annual paper show.
After two years of planning, and with art direction by Kenya Hara, the 47th edition focuses on the delicacy, resilience and important value of paper, with the intention to rethink and further broaden the possibilities for fine paper.
B&B Italia is still a business projecting itself toward the future with its people, production places, ideas, projects and products, market strategies. At the heart of the events and activities planned for the B&B Italia 50th anniversary there is the deep acknowledgement of the company’s history and contemporary identity.
What better way to mark its 50th anniversary than with more exciting projects which are rooted in the company’s past but aimed at future challenges ?