Dutch furniture company Moooi has released the video ‘Milano ci manchi’ – ‘Milan we miss you’ in English – as a tribute to the most important design events of the year which has been canceled due to Coronavirus.
10 unexpected fabrics and wall coverings on show at Maison & Ojbet and Paris Deco Off 2020 bringing Persian bazars and graphical edens and Venician rippling reflections into the room.
A diner made from waste materials and discarded design parts, kinetic light installations in a former church and lamps made from recycled plastic printed on textile by a robot arm. 15 highlights at Dutch Design Week 2019.
Rapt Studio has created an interactive installations triggering reflection and conversation between visitors through theatrical pods and a lighting design setting.
Singing chandeliers and ‘walking on clouds’ rugs. Moooi’s 2019 exhibition in Milan unveils few new products within a smaller location. This year, the company is set to introduce new collections at other design events across the globe.
Rossana Orlandi’s ‘Guiltless Plastic’ project, Google smart installation exploring the psychology of design, a new creative district hosting the very first Republic of Design and more… The very best of Fuorisalone 2019 is on Archipanic!
After digging the dustiest museum archives around the globe moooi presents The Museum of Extinct Animals, an exhibition and collection featuring drawings of lost species, trimmed by imagination.
Designers narrate Moooi’s extraordinary life through their projects debuting in Milan. Archipanic met Marcel Wanders, Maarten Baas, Luca Nichetto and more.
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.
Get mesmerised in Milan! ArchiPanic picks 10 stunning installations on show at the world most important design week that hosts over 1.200 events, installations and exhibitions.
The Colour Globe lamps by Scholten & Baijings inaugurate a new collaboration with Moooi in the name of refinement and transparency.
The Dock, hosted by Tom Dixon is one of the epicenters of London Design Festival that floats in the West London canal-side estate and erupts into an emporium of hyperactive creativity.