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
An very well attended international press conference took place on February 14 in Triennale di Milano during which we were acquainted with all the new projects that will be seen at the 58th Salone del Mobile, 2019
This year, Minotti enters its 20th year collaborating with it’s creative design director, Rodolfo Dordoni.
The long-term partnership is built on a deep connection between Dordoni and the Minotti brothers ( Renato and Roberto ) grounded in a shared culture, background, and taste.
Minotti translates the designer’s creative vision and concepts into tangible objects and collections that have come to represent the brand’s stylish identity.
With Virgil Abloh touching down in Sydney to host an event in partnership with Supply and BespokeIND, Simon Wood ( aka Woody ) from Sneaker Freaker sat down with the most influential figure in street wear right now for this “exclusive” interview.
” Working in an industry, there’s rules to follow and rules to break. Find a way to creatively break the rules.” ………………. Virgil Abloh
During the Salone Milan 2017, Domus Magazine was based in the new Spazio Copernico in the heart of the Tortona district where – as media partner of the entire area – it presented the installation “Milano Next” entirely dedicated to contemporary Milan – together with a supporting city guide ” Urban Stories – The Unconventional Guide to Milan”
Architect David Rockwell ( the 2016 Tony Award scenic design category winner ) was the International Interior Design Association Keynote speaker at Neocon 2016 this week,
David was the 1998 American Designer of the Year, and his firm has won many Interior Design Awards over the past few years. His prolific career has included interiors for numerous hotels, restaurants and award winning theatre sets.
The Spectre of Milan, created by Disegno shared oral histories about Milan’s place in design lore by leading designers who have worked in Milan for many years,
The designers share their memories of Milan’s past, as well as their reflections on a city that continues to fascinate the creative industries.
The large format Spectre of Milan newspaper was available to pick up free of charge, from various distribution points across Milan during the Salone.
Now located in a romantic cul-de-sac in the heart of Milan, the new De Padova showroom looks unassuming from its minimal entrance, but it’s a vast surprise once inside.
The new showroom space is an open-plan, loft-apartment like, 1,100 square metre bright space designed by Piero Lissoni, art director of the two brands.
dedece’s exclusive video interview with Tom Dixon at the Cinema