Milan Design Week has become the Biggest Design Meeting in the World
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like.
Design is how it works.
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Dedece Skyscraper Project
Tokujin’s “Mirage” comprises a series of different segments, each coated with a reflective surface.
Rotated a little to the right, or a little more to the left, the mirrors can be mounted alongside one another and as such capture far more light and create a wider range of spatial impressions than a simple, flush mirror ever could.
Swiss Architect Stephan Hurlemann has created seven giant wooden figures using parts from chairs from Switzerland’s oldest furniture manufacturer Horgenglarus as part of Ventura Centrale, which is held in a disused tunnel system underneath Milan Central Station during Design Week.