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Salone del Mobile 2013: Georg Jensen

Meanwhile I am trying to organize hundreds of images, I’d like to share with you one of the installations I liked most at the Salone in Milan. It’s been a good show so far. Milan is celebrating as its best with events, cocktails, exhibits, conferences and launches all over the city. I love the atmosphere on the streets and the exhibitions level is really good this year too.

But let me talk about Rossana Orlandi. This amazing space opened in 2002 in a former tie factory in the Magenta neighborhood. The spaces wind around a green courtyard and they are divided between the 2-floor store, where you can find contemporary and vintage furnitures and the gallery, established in 2008 , a space dedicated to limited editions and unique pieces. Since from the start the aim was to forecast and promote young and upcoming designers, discovered all around the world.

The installation below is one of the nicest I have seen so far but the entire space is worth a trip to Milan.

Danish label Georg Jensen has collaborated with designer duo Scholten & Baijings to offer a fresh take on the ancient tradition of tea making with its modern and poetic collection of tea and cake accessories.

The design language of the talented duo interact flawlessly with the elegant and timeless design tradition of the Danish brand. I like their take on new colours and the fancy installation underling the project.

The collection comprises a teapot and warmer, espresso and tea cups, pastry plates, a cake tray, cake stand sugar bowl, milk jug in stainless steel, Japanese porcelain and acrylic glass.

If you are interested in seeing more pictures about the Spazio Rossana Orlandi, hop over to my fb page. I will post there much more.

How about some extra inspiration?

4 Responses

  1. Que bonita la presentacion, adoro tea Partys, ayer fue mi cumple y tuvimos una fiesta muy chula. No he estado nunca en la feria de Milan, tengo que ir…

  2. Hi Gudy,

    My eyes almost popped out of my head when I saw that bundt cake and those figs – they are my two obsessions for baking this spring!!

    Thanks for sharing – looks delish.

    Trisha x

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