Milan Design Week

Milan Design Week

We’ve been asked to leave a comment on the upcoming Milan Design Week hovering over the city. But do we really need to say anything? We believe that too much has already been told. Indeed,  a load of fruitless polemics outside and within Italian borders have spoiled enough one of the most relevant design events worldwide. We’ve heard it all, from vain accusations and non-constructive victimism to proud paybacks and obnoxious touchiness.

Honestly, we invite everybody not to give a damn about all that.

This is because beyond this time-bomb chit-chat real good news risk to pass un-noticed.  We believe that Milan is still the international meeting point for design professionals. So let’s focus on the good news and let’s skip sharp words and cutting remarks.

We wish to all to find new inspirations, have great encounters and close good deals. Let’s bury the design hatchet, let’s get a life!

Brera Design District

Brera Design District

ArchiPanic will be trotting all around the main fair Salone Internazionale del Mobile and Euroluce but also Fuorisalone buzzy alleys. Our main pitstops will be in Zona Tortona with Superstudio Più – Super Design Show, Brera Design District‘s iconic show rooms and Ventura Lambrate with its edgy vibe… But also Interni Magazine installation that celebrates the 60 anniversary of the Italian magazine that probably started off the fuorisalone itself and new design districts in town like San Babila with DesignJunction, Porta Venezia in Design and 5 Vie… Finally, we’ll sneak a peak in Expo construction site.

Ventura Lambrate - Photo by Nicole Marnati.

Ventura Lambrate – Photo by Nicole Marnati.

As you can read there’s no much time for chit-chats! Stay tuned and feel free to send us your story. We are opened to suggestions and eager to pop by… Enjoy!


Archipanic’s mission is to select and edit architecture and design news with a friendly and down to earth attitude. Our aim is to give voice to young talents, space to eco-friendly projects and visibility to visionary perspectives. ArchiPanic informal and open minded approach reflects a brand new way to look into design & architecture world!

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