Stefan Scholten, Birgitte Due Madsen and Studio Pepe present exquisite design projects challenging unsustainable marble and stone production processes.
Finally, Milan Design Week is back! Supersized beach cabins, a courtyard filled with orchids and a pavilion made from sustainable chairs. Fuorisalone 2021 unveils former military barracks and forgotten bakery factories and unlocks new destinations in the unexplored west side of the city.
Are you ready for a furniture rollecoaster? Our Milan Design Week Guide for Dummies offers practical info and tips to explore the world’s leading design event.
September 2021: from Milan to Chicago, from Seoul to London, Beijing and Paris. We round up 15 international fairs, festivals and biennials in this super creative month.
We rounded up the architecture and design calendar of 2021 including major events, fairs and exhibitions from Dubai to Milan and Shanghai.
Fuorisalone 2020: in April and from 15 to 21 June the Milan Design Week diffused festival extend its influence digitally with ‘Fuorisalone TV’ and ‘Fuorisalone Meets’ virtual platforms as well as special e-fairs dedicated to Chinese and Japanese design.
The “Altered states” installation by Snarkitecture for Caesarstone features a topographic and conceptual kitchen island surrounded by a white to grey arena.
Molecular sausages and hotdog armchairs but also edible Rubik cubes and origami pasta. Archipanic picks 7 projects for Milan Design Week foodies and their hungry friends.
Spider-web spinning robots and a #designporn installation, un-holy GOD interiors and Capitalism farewell party… 7 indie design shows at Fuorisalone 2017.
Nursery rhymes and a bespoke carousel, giant bugs backgrounds and a design cineforum but also Barcelona creativity, a tactile glass installation and more… Check these 10 big shows at Fuorisalone 2017.
Spring kicks in with Milan Design Week just around the corner. We selected 7 blooming designs and installations by Nendo, Front, Piuarch and more on show at Fuorisalone 2017.
At Milan Design Week, high-tech surfaces brand Cosentino enhances the architecture and design performance of Dekton® material with Monica Förster studio’s tableware and outdoor lighting and a with a monolithic installation by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
Moroso launched Glider, a bulbous sofa designed by Ron Arad that is carved from a single volume and dressed with shaded coloured textiles by Febrik.
In Milan, Cassina launched Réaction Poétique design collection by Jamie Hayon who took inspiration by the work of Le Corbusier, 50 years after his death.
Smooth geometries meet quirky glass creatures. In Milan, Paola C. launches Table Joy tableware collections by Aldo and Matteo Cibic: uncle and nephew exchange thier views on design.
Transnatural Label & Lab explored the the world of synthetic fabricated bio materials and presented the Living Matter(s) exhibition at Milan Design Week.
Campeggi launched Self made seat sofa by Matali Crasset: individual upholstered modules with fluo fabric straps can be assembled and carried like suitcases.
Poetic Lab designed for Beyond Object a sculptural desktop collection that reduces volumes with an architectural minimalist approach.
In Milan, AGC showcases a mesmerizing installation featuring high-tech glass panels with an innovative technology that allows to capture projected videos and display see-through moving images.
Cozì design studio debuts in Milan with a collection of lighting fixtures and accessories that brings design technologies to the tipping point.
Do we really need to care about the usual polemics about Milan Design Week? Let’s get a life and bury the design hatchet… Sincerely, ArchiPanic.
Milan Design Week days can be experienced combining creative exploration with palate-teasing sessions. ArchiPanic shortlisted a small selection of what we consider the more convivial and unconventional meeting points and food-design related projects in town, from breakfast to late night cocktails.
Levante is the new collection of bowls by Alessandro Zambelli presented at PADIGLIONE ITALIA, the indi designer collective at Ventura Lambrate during Milan Design Week.
From september 2014 the iconic architecture and design Italian magazine will be relaunched both on line and on paper under the editorship of Silvia Botti.
Citizen debuts at Milan Design Week with “LIGHT is TIME”, a mesmerizing installation at Triennale developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects together with CITIZEN’s in-house design team.
Ventura Lambrate call for entries for Milan Design Week 2014, deadline 10 january 2014. Photos, link and video.
Three new residents just walked into Moroso’s home: Mafalda, Clarissa and Mathilda are the new collections of seatings designed by Patricia Urquiola.
Aalto University School of Arts presented the work of some of the most promising students with the “Norther” exhibition.