Once again Interni King Size magazine editor Gilda Bojardi presented a review and profile of the most promising young designers emerging on the international design scene in the past 12 months
They all had numerous products on show with different manufacturers at this years Salone
Zona Santambrogio Design District area, presented its fifth edition of DoutDesign – dedicated to the topic of Environmental and Social Sustainability with the theme of Design to Save, Change, Dream the World
participating under 35 designers were selected from an open and international call by Regione Lombardia and the Politecnico di Milano, looking for prototypes and innovative products, with attention to self production and to the sustainability of the processes.
Davide Groppi takes his luminous creativity to Euroluce, the most important trade show for lighting design, during Milan Design Week 2017.
He presents his classic creations together with the latest in sophisticated lighting design, all developed with the poetry that has always distinguished Davide Groppi.
The theme of the 22nd Triennale di Milano is, as the title suggests, in-depth examination of the ties between humans and our natural environment, now profoundly compromised and, in some cases, completely destroyed, looking at the role design can play in reconstituting these links.
In exploring architecture and design objects and concepts at all scales and in all materials, Broken Nature celebrates design’s ability to offer powerful insight into the key issues of our age, moving beyond pious deference and inconclusive anxiety.
What does Australian design look like? An exhibition of local talent hoped to reveal just that.
“The thing about Australian design is that it’s made up of a million different influences, so shows like this really allow the public to see what the Australian aesthetic overall is,” ………… stylist and curator Emma Elizabeth
The Minotti 2014 exhibition stand project revisits the concept of “destructured architecture”
Minotti skillfully creates spaces through the use of dividing walls, that interact among themselves through an interplay of differing heights and overlapping various elements, and a blending of materials and finishes designed to produce a dynamic separation of the various settings in which the new products from the collection are displayed.