A true innovator and one of the most influent person in forecasting young and upcoming designers Rossana Orlandi has become a design icon herself.
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The design gallery “Spazio Rossana Orlandi” which opened in 2002, is in a former tie factory on Via Matteo Bandello, in the Magenta / Sant ‘ Ambrogio neighbourhood of Milan.
Crowned “The Queen of Design” by the New York Times, Rossana Orlandi – who was once a fashion designer – is better known for her role discovering and championing new designers
On Wed 5th April, 2017 Surface Magazine had the pleasure to co-sponsor ( with SLamp ) the exclusive “Dinner for One hundred VIP” organized by Rossana Orlandi.
The occasion was held to celebrate Surface Magazine’s Inaugural Taste Issue which featured Rossana Orlandi on the cover
Spazio Rossana Orlandi now showing for the 9th year, continues to be a must see during Milan Design Week.
International atmosphere, light, colors, flowers, whimsical items, windows, boxes full of anything, textiles, mazes, tunnels, courtyards and wonderful exhibits all around you. it is virtually impossible not to be charmed.
A great place to have a relaxing “End of Salone” celebratory lunch.
Gallery Rossana Orlandi was opened in 2002 in a former tie Factory in the Zona Sant Ambrogio / Magenta neighborhood
Since then Rossana Orlandi has been forecasting new and upcoming designers and establishing the premise as one of the most revered platforms for avant-garde Design and Lifestyle
It’s very easy to be different, but very difficult to be better.
Tiffany & Co Piazza Duomo store was transformed into an intricate greenhouse inspired by a sterling silver design from the Home & Accessories collection.
The façade of the store echoes the linear architecture of the greenhouse, while the design theme continues throughout the store with a large-scale greenhouse on the main floor and artistic floral creations.
Norman Cherner (1920-1987) was truly a renaissance man of the midcentury-modern movement — his devotion to teaching, prefabrication and hands-on production probably handicapped him in the race to get into the pantheon of mid century greats.
Cherner is recognized as one of the most original of a generation of designers that explored post-war technological innovations in industrial design and architecture.
George Freedman is an American-born interior designer who has made great contributions to Australian interior design culture over the past 40+ years.
He is a lover of vivid, varied and inventive colours. However whilst he is often stereotyped as a gifted colorist, with skill in the formulation of distinctive palettes, he also demonstrates a selective ability to manipulate essential form.
An intriguing exhibition by Masahiko Soto (Professor at the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts) was held at the Issey Miyake shop in Milan during Design Week 2018.
Named ‘My First Me: Know Yourself Like Never Before’, is an iteration of ideas from Sato’s latest book ‘New Ways of Understanding’, it comprised of interactive installations and film works.