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
Magis presented its new collections at the Salone del Mobile 2019, with a space which embraces visitors in a sensation of serenity and sharing.
For Milan Design Week 2019, the Magis Showroom in Corso Garibaldi 77, presented a set curated by Note Design Studio and dedicated to Plato – the beautiful new, die-cast aluminium chair designed by Jasper Morrison
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”
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.
James Irvine: an Englishman in Milan – A tribute to the designer and to the relationship with Milan.
This project is a homage to the designer James Irvine who died suddenly and unexpectedly, in Milan in 2013
Curated by Maria Cristina Didero and Marco Sammicheli, the pieces on display were chosen from James’s studio and personal collections, precisely because they are tied to Milan, and able to tell that special relationship made of small habits, meetings and collaborations that Irvine had established with Milan.
Marsotto’s key designers over the past 5 years – namely Studio Irvine, Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Naoto Fukasawa and Ross Lovegrove, and now Philippe Nigro – have interpreted the “Working with Marble” concept with absolute originality, designing fresh and innovative objects to fit the necessities of contemporary work life.
Kettal, the Spanish specialist outdoor design company, is exhibiting in the Salone Fairgrounds, displaying its products in an expansive show
The stand displays full collection settings designed by international talents like Patricia Urquiola, Rodolfo Dordoni, Jasper Morrison and Hella Jongerius and for the first time Kettal has re-edited a modern classic – the basket weave chair by Nanna Ditzel.
Kettal the leading Spanish outdoor furniture company, again displayed their newest collections in a striking stand designed by Patricia Urquiola..
Kettal launched 3 new collections – Jasper Morrison’s Kettal Village collection and Park Life folding chairs and Patricia Urquiola’s Nido d’Ape rugs