Top 4 Installations of the Milan Design Week 2018

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Before we dive into the Top 4 Installations of the Milan Design Week 2018, let me give you a short personal round-up of this year's edition: First and foremost (and I know I should put another point as no.1), this has been the most visited edition ever. I have never seen Milan so packed in the previous 10 years, which …

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Day 4+5: Highlights Milan Design Week 2018

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These are the projects that stand out the most for me which talk about flexibility (1+2) and tactility, two ongoing themes that will stay for us a while: 1// BUILT BY ALL BY STUDIOMAMA X MINI LIVING   Studiomama has been transforming for MINI LIVING an industrial space into a dynamic dwelling for a community to enjoy.Each unique living is equipped with a totem …

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Day 2+3: Highlights Milan Design Werk 2018

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We started the second day of the Milan Design Week at Ventura Centrale and I do not want to advance the top installations since this is a post to come as every year. Instead, we focus on side projects, much smaller and very worth featuring too. The well-known area Ventura Lambrate has split this year into Ventura Centrale and Ventura Future. …

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Day 1: 3 Highlights Milan Design Week 2018

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Hello from a very promising Milan design Week 2018. I have not seen much yet but have a feeling this edition might be really interesting sharing a few critical thoughts on waste issues and also see new technology collaborations we can call very innovative. We will do a round-up on the blog and (surprise!) talk Milan trends in our current Spring/Summer …

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Surrealistic Post-Soviet design inspired by Brutalism

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This is why we'd like to share the Brutalism inspired Yalta foyer series by Supaform: 1// In a nutshell: Yalta foyer is a series of 3d illustrations and drawings by creative studio Supaform. The main task of the images is not to make illustrations, but rather to analyze and visualize impressions and memorable artistic images accumulated during the journey to post-Soviet resorts of the …

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When Interior Design meets Fashion: Topography 2.0

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We are back with our popular WIDMF series where we show the similarities between these two creative fields and how they nurture and complement each other covering today the intriguing colors and pattern Topography offers. For our Spanish readers, please see a second language option here. The Earth's surface with its shapes and details seen from the bird's eye view has been …

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