Posts Tagged ‘Milan Design Week’

Iota yarns collection

March 20th, 2017

Products in the first collection include petal-like poufs and stools made from gathered crocheted yarns. It also features knotted cushions and a series of rugs with wide coloured stripes and silky tassels.

Bathroom furniture by Philipp Aduatz for Klomfar

August 2nd, 2016

The surface structure was rendered by use of cad-software, known from the production of blockbusters, in order to shape it ready for CNC machining.

Ditre Italia Flagship store by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, Milan – Italy

June 9th, 2016

The products are displayed in cosy, private environments, each dedicated to a different collection and interpreting a different function: living, conversation, dining and the sleeping area featuring beds.

Kinetic Garden by Piuarch at Milan Design Week 2016, Milan – Italy

May 29th, 2016

The chromatic effect is amplified by the use of triangular axis placed along the lines of color to increase the perceived depth. The installation creates an active relationship between space and guests: the static image becomes dynamic.

Premium label Hans Boodt Mannequins

May 14th, 2016

Bound to take the world of haute couture by storm, the Premium label brings mannequins which easily represent high-end fashion with the flair and grace it deserves. Perfectly crafted by our artisans, but still with the signature touch of raw Dutch DNA.

Cromateria installation by Luca Trazzi, Milan – Italy

May 2nd, 2016

The 6 meter high structure used a video mapping technique which projected a series of collages on to the surface.

Kocohedron collection lamps by Willem Schouten and Koen Coppens for Kocowisch

May 1st, 2016

Instead of using the frame as a base for a fabric lampshade, they integrated the light source in the frame. This solution resulted in a very minimal structure, space consuming and spacious at the same time, through which natural light can pass freely during daytime and creating a floating object that casts elaborate shadows when the light is turned on.

Open Borders installation by MAD Architects, Milan – Italy

April 29th, 2016

The display forms an organically curved sculpture that billows to capture attention and inspires a synergetic conversation between the past and present.

3tubes suspended lamps by Charles Kalpakian

April 25th, 2016

Influenced by the graphical shape of ‘X Y Z’ axes, the three dimensions overlap to offer a new vision of the product line.

Colour Machine installation at Milan Design Week 2016 by Hella Jongerius, Milan – Italy

April 14th, 2016

As visitors enter Casa Vitra, giant spinning tops twirl on the floor, showcasing the full range of vitra materials in four colour worlds: lights, darks, greens and reds. Suspended from the ceiling, above the spinning tops, are nine colour wheels that revolve in spaces.

Chlorophilia Light by Ross Lovegrove for Artemide

July 15th, 2015



Ross Lovegrove’s organically formed Chlorophilia light for Artemide

Aero Bicycle by Atanas Zhelev, Mariya Korolova & Martino Hutz

May 11th, 2015

The ‘Aero Bicycle‘ project, created by architects Atanas Zhelev, Mariya Korolova and Martino Hutz, incorporates an inventive composite wood bike frame and was shown at Milan Design Week 2015.

Woobi Bike by Matteo Zugnoni

May 6th, 2015

Matteo Zugnoni’s wooden Woobi bike present at 2015 Milan Design Week

Irori Pavilion by Kengo Kuma for Kitchenhouse at Milan Design Week 2015, Milan – Italy

April 22nd, 2015

During Milan Design Week 2015, acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has collaborated with Kitchenhouse to produce ‘Irori’, a contemporary kitchen space that represents a new way of living.

Melt Pendant Light by Tom Dixon & FRONT

March 20th, 2015

Tom Dixon To Launch MELT Lamps During Milan Design Week

Transparent LEGO chandelier by Tobias Tøstesen

January 27th, 2015

Tobias Tøstesen transcends the inherent playfulness of standard LEGO elements to explore their infinite potential as a module for lighting.

Formafantasma exhibition, Den Bosch – Netherlands

March 9th, 2014

Unlike many architecture and design showcases, this exhibition does not omit process material. In fact, it investigates a certain kind of alchemy – transforming mundane materials into precious goods.