Milan Design Week 2014

Milan Design Week 2014

Here are a couple of phone snaps from another fabulous week in Milano. Once again, this was a real treat for the soul and mind. Wonderful people and breathtaking projects from all around the globe. Even if it is humanly impossible to see it all, it was our duty to try to cover as much ground as we could.

Brera \

L'ECAL presented "delirious home", a collection of projects from second year students that were captivating and of high quality. Here is the link to learn more about them :



Untold, the group exhibition curated by Italian design maven Rossana Orlandi at the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi. IMG_20140409_154446

Rio de Janeiro was featured and presented a few exhibits; this one put modern furniture versus street made and found objects in a gentle battle. Anonymous design in all its glory.IMG_20140413_170301

We stumbled upon this unique presentation of a Bruno Munari installation that was stored away since its only show in the 80'.PANO_20140408_182322

Tortona \

Tokyo designers had the honours in Tortona. Under the theme of “TOKYO IMAGINE”, this exhibition from Japan, comprises of various events expressing Tokyo, a place where both the contemporary city and Edo culture co-exist.IMG_20140410_165806

Like every year, Moooi had this superb space and celebrated new and not so new products, most of them from the man behind it all, Marcel Wanders. Strangely, the best part was the work of the photographer, featured with huge backdrops. Here is a link for the virtual visit of the show: moooi-interactive-exhibition-milan-2014IMG_20140410_155306

Finally a new look for our favourite spying toys (or how take the creepiness out of video surveillance, thanks to Parson).IMG_20140410_142317

3D printed jewelry from Italian students.IMG_20140410_122054

Nendo's installation for Alacantara.IMG_20140410_115541

Fiera :

Osko+Deichmann came up with this one; a nice wink to tubular furniture with these kinked steel chairs for Swedish brand Blå Station. superkink_blaustation

The Salone Satellite is always a must, presenting the most promising young designers from all over the world.IMG_20140411_183410




A new direction for ThonetIMG_20140411_162148


Campeggi's new sleepover concept with "Tuttomio" from Emanuele Magini.IMG_20140411_161329

New collection from Konstantin Grcic for MagisIMG_20140411_151946

This year, Kartell's stand was all about glitter and gold. Ferrucio Lavani's new table lamp for Kartell.IMG_20140411_150545

Ross Lovegrove's Diatom for Moroso - very hard not to touch this one.diatome_lovegrove_moroso

There are many reviews of the Milan Design Week out there, like this one by Yatzer.

Published by on April 28, 2014

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