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.
During Salone Milan 2019, Matthew Day Jackson presented a highly distinctive collection of furniture, in collaboration with Finnish contemporary design company Made by Choice and the original inventors of high-pressure laminate, Formica Group.
Known internationally for his important contribution to contemporary architecture, American architect Steven Holl’s first official exhibition in Italy and in Milan, showcased a selection of his works including 26 watercolours, 13 prints (signed and numbered), some limited-edition design objects and sculptures.
For the 57th Venice Biennale, Sanlorenzo in partnership with Tornabuoni Art, presented an Art Tribute to Alighiero Boetti by incorporating seven art peices from 1968-1988 in an exhibition on board the Sanlorenzo SL118 Haiia yacht moored off Venice
The exhibition explores the first 50 years of Gufram through its most symbolic projects, the ones that in recent years have revived the legend of the brand and its mad and disruptive visions.
Nendo Works 2014-2015 presents a year’s worth of work by the studio’s founder Oki Sato, at Milan’s Museo della Permanente.
Nendo is exhibiting over 100 products designed over the past year for 19 brands as part of a solo exhibition in Milan, including previously unseen pieces.
Knoll has once again collaborated with architect Rem Koolhaas and OMA, and “Inside Outside” founder Petra Blaisse, to design its showroom display at the Piazza Bertarelli.
This year in Milan. Knoll celebrates the centennial of the birth of Harry Bertoia ( 1915 – 1978 ) with a true in-depth exploration of this eclectic designer—through all his art forms, from sculptures to jewellery and from monoprints to the master’s celebrated Knoll Bertoia furniture collection
In the series ” The Colour of Bondi ” photographer Rex Dupain has captured every aspect of the famous Bondi beach strip – Its’ surfers, bathers, skaters, backpackers, musclemen, sun worshippers, divers and divas who all co-exist on this iconic beach that seems to define the quintessential Australian lifestyle.
Coinciding with this year’s Salone Milan, Paul Smith’s Milan shop hosted the launch of Todd McLellan’s mesmerizing book ‘Things Come Apart’.