Masterly – The Dutch in Milano is an annual gathering of Dutch designers, artisan producers and design agencies at the fascinating Palazzo Turati, this event provides a one-of-a-kind stage drawing an increasing number of visitors every year.
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.
WonderGlass unveiled a shimmering universe of glass named ‘Kosmos’ for its Milan Salone presentation, with new collections from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and Fornasetti as well as WonderLab’s collaborations with Dan Yeffet and studiopluz.
In an exhibition held during Milan Design Week, leading trend forecaster Li Edelkoort and Google teamed up to explore how electronic devices of the future could become tactile.
A collaboration between Netherlands based company Hans Boodt and lifestyle store Garage Italia, owned and created by Lapo Elkann – a capsule collection of designer mannequins dedicated to the world of cars and Italy.
Storie is the exhibition at the Triennale di Milano that explores the history and stories of Italian design told through 180 iconic twentieth century objects. The 5 themes being Geography, Communication, Politics, Technology and Economy – and an analysis of the contemporary design scene.
For this years Salone, Abet Laminati paid homage to the Mendini Brothers atelier with an exhibition dedicated to all their collaborations (spanning 50 years), even those that have never been seen before
This year marks the sixth consecutive year of the Lexus Design Award, which provides an opportunity for young innovators to showcase their designs while receiving feedback from world renowned professionals in the area of design. For the exhibition itself, LEXUS tasked Japanese architect Sota Ichiwaka with designing the overall concept space.
The final piece of the Prada Fondazione puzzle the ‘Torre’ opened to the public during Milan Salone on April 20th. The 60 metre- tall tower is the final part of the campus, Rising high above the Fondazione Prada and the overall neighbourhood, the tower’s irregular geometry follows a structural logic.