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.
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.
Paola Lenti’s latest proposal presented in the industrial spaces of Fabbrica Orobia 15, Milan, featured a series of architectures arranged like theatrical scenes to tell intuitions, innovations and products, of today and yesterday, in a continuous dialogue between color, matter and form.
Once again, the amazingly creative sparkle of Paola Lenti permeates throughout the entire installation proposal – from the furniture products, to the ceramic, metal and fabric installations, to the decorations of the architecture.
It reveals to the visitors how all the elements interpreting this scenery contribute to the creation of a coherent and balanced wholeness.
Essential forms and colour hues become narrations proposing different plots in each room and visualizing the company’s personal idea of contemporary living.
CoeLux systems are able to reproduce sunlight
CoeLux systems reproduce the true effect of natural sunlight entering through a window, with a realistic sun perceived at infinite distance surrounded by a clear deep blue sky.
With Raw & Rainbow Altreforme confirmed its commitment to experimentation, demonstrating once again the versatility of aluminium which, thanks to a unique manufacturing know-how and to the constant contamination with an original vision, can radically transform itself into constantly new shapes
During the 2018 Milan Design Week Paola Lenti again presented her exhibition “ Elementi ” ( Elements ), standing out as if they were theatrical scenarios.
It was easy to get lost in the large furnished industrial spaces, amazed and enchanted by so much beauty
Hermès chose to present its new home collections with a beautiful installation at the city’s Museo della Permanente,
Comprising an eclectic line of objects, furnishings, fabrics, and wallpapers. the new colletions for the home are presented within an architectural project conceived by Charlotte Macaux Perelman, co-artistic director of Hermès maison together with Alexis Fabry.
For the 6th year in a row, the Franciscan monastery Chiostri dell’Umanitaria again hosts the presentation of the new Paola Lenti collections during the Salone.
This is an association that has given back to the people of Milan one of those institutions symbolic of the city itself and which provides visitors to the Fuorisalone with one of its most surprising experiences
What makes this Paola Lenti 2016 installation special is its origins – the result of relationships made of dialogues, exchange and sharing of ideas with designers, stylists and artisans.