Milan Design Week April 9-14

Milan Design Week April 9-14

5VIE district confirms its vocation as a culture promoter

Serge Ferrari

L'ile de Serge

by Sara Ricciardi

What if you could land on a beach in the heart of Milan? Sara Ricciardi has been invited to interpret the French company Serge Ferrari through a unique and immersive installation> VIA SANTA MARTA, 21

 

Volker Haug Studio

versus John Hogan

Volker Haug Studio versus John Hogan features the collaborative works of Melbourne-based lighting practice Volker Haug Studio and Seattle glass artist John Hogan

> VIA SANTA MARTA, 21

 

Sam goes to The Cloister

by Sam Baron

To celebrate a first participation to Milan Design Week, THE CLOISTER hosts the French Designer Sam Baron. Baron showcases a new series of pieces ranging from 2D to 3D, embracing the use of multiple materials such as glass, ceramic, porcelain and textile. 

> VIA VALPETROSA, 5

 

Conde House

The Japanese company CONDE HOUSE creates furniture elements out of the natural wood from Hokkaido forests since 1968, revealing the heart of Japan in a harmony of delicate forms and complex functions created by the worldwide celebrated designer Toshiyuki Kita.

> VIA SANTA MARTA, 10

 

Garnier & Linker

for Ormond Editions

This year Ormond Editions presents a new collection - a set of eight furniture and lighting pieces - created in a collaboration with the French duo Garnier & Linker. The pieces are designed with sculptural and contemporary lines, made of variations of different wood types, plaster, slate, Vals stone and bronze, all handcrafted in France.

 > VIA SANTA MARTA, 18

Theoreme Editions

Founded and curated by David Giroire and Jerome Bazzocchi, Theoreme Editions brings together a unique selection of contemporary designers and the finest artisans and manufacturers, all experts in their fields, to create a desirable and singular collection of livable design pieces of exceptional craftsmanship.

> SIAM - VIA SANTA MARTA, 18

Masterly

The Dutch in Milano

curated by Nicole Uniquole

Masterly -The Dutch in Milano is up for its fourth edition. The selected participants including renowned designers, emerging talents, companies, schools and design galleries, will present furniture, lighting, home accessories and one-off pieces in the splendid rooms of Palazzo Francesco Turati.

> PALAZZO FRANCESCO TURATI; VIA MERAVIGLI, 7

The Litta Variations

Opus 5

curated by MoscaPartners

The project will include twenty-two exhibitors with over sixty-five designers of the international scene: a total of eleven countries from all over the world will animate the spaces.The protagonist of the Cortile d’Onore will be Echo by Pezo von Ellrichshausen, the architecture and design practice founded in Chile in 2002 by Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen.

> PALAZZO LITTA - CORSO MAGENTA, 24

Curious Boy presents

The Forgotten Lab

by Markus Benesch

Markus Benesch presents a new collection of furniture and wallcoverings for Curious Boy. Celebrating the playfulness of design in the studio’s unique choice of materials in a surreal and post-futuristic setting.

> VIA SANTA MARIA FULCORINA, 17

Officine Saffi

Open to Art

Officine Saffi aims to recognize the role of ceramics in contemporary culture, art and design. 24 shortlisted artists - selected amongst 400 candidates of over 45 nationalities - will be exhibited at Officine Saffi gallery.

> VIA AURELIO SAFFI, 1

 

The Pool NYC presents

Ikebana Rock'n'Roll

by Andrea Salvatori

and Giulio Turcato

THE POOL NYC presents Ikebana Rock’n’Roll, a solo show by the master of contemporary ceramics, Andrea Salvatori, in a conversation with Giulio Turcato, one of the main exponents of Italian informal abstractism.

 > VIA SANTA MARIA FULCORINA, 20

HoperAperta

by Alfonso Femia, Duccio Grassi, Federico Spagnulo, Fabio Cammarata, NùeVù, Steve Piccolo and Maurizio Barberis

HoperAperta is a project shared by many actors relating different skills, to transform a serial product into a single object and a single object into an art work. A group of six authors has been invited to collaborate with a set of different brands, to reinterpret the project as a result of a dialectic that reinvents the shape and the material of environmental decoration.> SIAM - VIA SANTA MARTA, 18

Arno Declercq

5th Collection

Arno Declerq will present his latest collection of interior and bespoke items for the first time during a fair. The objects and pieces of furniture are designed and created by Declerq in Belgium, using a range of different materials such as burned iroko wood, oak, stolz leather, smoked glass and patinated steel.

> SIAM - VIA SAN MAURILIO, 14

Eligo Studio

La stanza sul cortile

by Domenico Rocca and Alberto Nespoli

ELIGO presents PODESTÀ SEDIE in a pictorial installation. The unreleased re-edition of the Chiavari chair becomes the scenery for an occasional meeting of two lovers in a bistro, overlooking a typical Milanese court. 

> SIAM - VIA NERIN

Reflections

by Mark Sturkenboom and Siba Sahabi

Atelier Mark Sturkenboom will present three new projects for Milan Design Week, from mirror objects made from crashed supercars to a 50.000 euro mousetrap. He shows intentional objects where he welcomes viewers into his conceptual narrative. Siba Sahabi shows her three kinetic artworks that translate digital information (music) into analogue images (patterns). Her installation expresses the complex relationship between music and it's graphical notation.

> VIA CESARE CORRENTI, 14

 

 

Incalmo

by Purho and Colleoni Arte

Contrasts characterize the collaboration between Colleoni Arte and Purho, telling stories of an in-depth research into the world of fabric and glass. Objects in search of an integrated, contemporary functionality are able to establish a new emotional value through the masterly manipulation of special materials, plastic shapes, chromatic variations, tactile and visual sensations.

>FONDAZIONE LIGHEA ONLUS 

VIA SANTA MARTA, 15

ENTRANCE VIA SAN MAURILIO

Officinanove

Metal Fairytale

Starring Ghost

design by Carlo Bargagna, dressed by Luca Trevisani

Officinanove is an Italian design brand capable of enhancing an undervalued material such as iron by transforming it into an object of design. The uniqueness of the company is enriched with a proposal of over 18 colors, ranging from classic to trendy. Officinanove aims to amaze with new objects that see in the utility, originality and artistic content their peculiar characteristics able to communicate the idea of a colorful, exciting and creative life. 

> VIA NERINO, 8 ; VIA SANTA MARTA, 21

 

 

 

 

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