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SALONE MILAN 2019
Dedece Skyscraper Project
A creative team from Fabrica led by Sam Baron has designed a number of installations that “give shape to air” – the most commonly employed means to transfer heat .
The exhibition presented eight main design themes that develop the same concept with different formal results, distinguished by a stated temperature.
Sydney is again filled with Colour and Light for the 6th Annual Vivid Sydney Festival
Vivid Sydney, the largest Light, Music and Ideas festival in the Southern Hemisphere, and Australia’s Event of the Year, features a huge, free nightly light show of lighting installations, building projections and water theatre around Sydney Harbour, as well as live music performances and over 200 creative industry events.
The late industrial designer and sculptor Harry Bertoia was the ultimate creative polymath, the quintessential designer-craftsman, a complete and gifted artist.
He made a reputation for himself in every field he entered. He was an innovator, he was passionate about his work, he was modest, and above all he was generous.
Harry Bertoia embodied all that is praiseworthy in an artist. ” Art was his sole focus and mission in life.
Droog presents hardware with a twist during Salone del Mobile, Milan 2015: Construct Me!
“Construct Me” is the smallest exhibition that has ever been in Milan shows. The collection of 210 hardware items was presented in their natural habitat, the ordinary Ferramenta Hardware Store.
During this year’s Milan Design Week, Bar Basso veterans will notice something different about its interiors (completely unchanged since 1967), owner Maurizio Stocchetto has commissioned Canadian lighting duo Gabriel Scott to create custom lighting fixtures inside and to develop a storefront jewel-box installation.
Nilufar owner Nina Yashar, collaborated with the Instituto Bardi Casa du Vidro in São Paulo, to bring together the largest number of furniture pieces by Rome-born Brazilian designer Lina Bo Bardi ever to be exhibited in one place.
Yashar has managed to acquire an example of almost all of Bo Bardi’s furniture designs and she considers this the most important show of her four-decade career as a Gallerist.