When designers visit Euegnio Perazza at Magis Headquarters in Venetto,Italy – they now sign the ever growing ‘ Wall of Fame ’, the company’s equivalent of a guest book
On the occasion of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, Davide Groppi presented “NelBlu”, a sensory journey of light and art at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
Davide Groppi presented InControLuce, a book that celebrates thirty years of work in the creation of lamps and lighting projects, sharing the vision that inspired Davide Groppi’s first creations, through written ancedotes and illustrations
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.
For ‘The Room of Change’ Accurat created a 30-meters-long hand-crafted data-tapestry illustrating how multiple aspects of our environment have changed in the past centuries, how they are still changing, and how they will likely continue changing, addressing many of the topics presented in the exhibition.
With this installation, Accurat questions a communication made only of data and numbers and suggests a change of scale and perspective.
In the heart of the Brera Design District, the Milan Design Film Festivsal ( MDFF ) in collaboration with Marcel Wanders, presented Mendini Tribute Cinema , a tribute to the recently deceased Milanese architect and designer Alessandro Mendini.
In collaboration with Daikin, the air conditioner manufacturer, this project by Nendo, was based on the concept of ‘invisible air’ and aims to provide visitors with a unique spatial experience that offers an opportunity to ‘experience in sight what we can only feel in real life.’
This installation evoked the sensation of a comfortable breeze by the movement of light and shadows, not actual air.
Rugs are used to delineate volume, positive space, or even personal territory; they enable an area to become the expression of an individual’s character and experience.
For nearly twenty years, Paola Lenti has interpreted and creatively expressed the importance of this spatial anchor in its range of rugs.
The company has never lost sight of traditional production techniques, like weaving and embroidery, and it combines them with high quality raw materials.
Versace created a special exhibition in collaboration with interior designer Sasha Bikoff and artist Andy Dixon – the installation also exhibited the new Versace Home Collection.