For the prestigious DESIGN PRIZE 2019, the scenography of Milan’s Triennale Teatro dell’Arte was designed to bring guests to the roof of the Duomo, upon which the Golden Madonnina proudly presides.
For the last decade, Wallpaper* Handmade – the annual exhibition of captivating collaborations produced by renowned design magazine Wallpaper*– has been populated by innovative brands, designers and manufacturers from around the globe.
This year, they curated a whole host of friends to enrich the love-themed Handmade experience.
Recently started brand Dimoremilano took over the historic Cinema Arti building in the San Babila neighborhood to create a dark, moody, 1960s-inspired environment in which to show off its debut line with an “Interstellar” installation.
The Cinema Arti is in an historic Rationalism era building, which now hosts the vision and the evolution of Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci’s galaxy.
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.
An inaugural collection for the home and office by Artedomus, New Volumes explores and pushes the boundaries of a single natural material.
For each collection, the project selects a distinct assembly of designers to bring the material to life. Collection 01 explores Elba: a rich, complex stone 250 million years in the making.
Studiopepe’s Manifesto Project for Milan Design Week 2019 unfolds inside a large industrial space which was used in the 1900s for the manufacturing of gold. These previously unseen spaces house an investigation into the strong interconnection between matter and the archetypal power of symbols.
‘ Life in Vogue – the Interior’s Cut ‘ is a fashionable riff on the show house model and becoming a must-see during the Salone del Mobile Fair.
Held at Vogue Italia’s Piazza Cadorna offices, participants this year include British fashion designer Jonathan Anderson, Beirut–based duo David / Nicolas, and Milan-based architect Massimiliano Locatelli.