Design. The Syndrome of Influence at the Triennale – gathers all of the curiosity and sense of adventure of the designers from the ‘50s and ‘60s together with the dynamism of contemporary design, achieving a reversal of perspective that aims to x-ray Italian design in the convergence of different points of view who built and defined it.
The second leg of the Wallpaper* & SodaStream “Lock In Parties” went off in true bunga bunga style in Milan during the Salone 2013.
The 500-strong guest list included stellar names from the design and architecture world
The exhibition traces the 30 year career (from the eighties to the present ) of one of Italy’s most eclectic personalities – international architect and designer Massimo Iosa Ghini, – through a rich selection of drawings, designs, interiors and architecture, objects, illustrations, movies.
Design also means Looking at Everyday objects with a Curious Eye
Martini & Rossi has officially started the celebrations of its “first” 150 years presenting to an exclusive FuoriSalone ” Martini Pop Art Gallery ” inspired by the values that have marked its history: Italian spirit, a vocation for art, love for young talents.
Gaia & Gino together with new partners Verreum – unveiled collections combining craftsmanship with technology and traditional icons of culture; hookahs, table lamps and candle holders.
Inside the “Cattedrale della Fabbrica del Vapore” Milano Makers presented the exhibition “Bla Bla” – a multi-faceted exhibition: a large collection of videotaped personal declarations, and a series of exhibits with examples, concepts and experimental products made by independent maker designers.
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2013, Domus presented a homage to Italian and international design of the last twenty years with the exhibition “Analog Blast. Design through the lens” by Ramak Fazel.
Altered Appliances is an exhibition presenting projects that investigate the retooling of industrial low-tech appliances and gadgets to offer alternative design solutions and experiences for today’s kitchen.
The exhibition is staged as a “live demonstration” presenting the process of making.