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Milan Design Week

Milan Design Week, comprised of Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone, is the most important event in the world related to interior design. Salone del Mobile, spread over 2 million square feet and 2,000 exhibitors, is the international reference point for the furnishings and lighting markets. Beyond the convention center is Fuorisalone, exhibitions and events spread throughout the entire city.  Brands in the design districts introduce their new collections with inspiring installations and nightly parties.

Trends this year included texture in bath finishes, strong geometric forms in flooring and rugs, color palettes with prominent shades of warm clay and terra cotta and blue-green jewel tones, caned elements in furniture, ombre effects with glass, and ethereal and sculptural light fixtures.

Flos at Euroluce was a favorite with incredible fixtures by Formafantasma, Michael Anastassiades, and Philippe Starck among other talents. Paul Cocksedge’s furniture series “Excavated: Eviction” for Friedman Benda is a meaningful captivating collection. After being evicted from his studio, Cocksedge dug up cylindrical cores from the concrete floor to produce five distinct furniture pieces.

We fit in some sights… Villa Necchi Campiglio is a country house in the middle of the city. Peaceful gardens, a trellis dripping with wisteria and a cinematic pool  (watch the film I Am Love) surround the modern villa. OMA’s new Prada Foundation reflects an intriguing architectural point of view through material and form alongside contemporary art installations.

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// Delta Light // Campana Brothers at Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades at Palazzo Bocconi // Villa Necchi Campiglio // Established & Sons // Walter Knoll // Brera courtyard // Matti Suuronen’s Futuro House // Reflections // Villa Necchi Campiglio // Poliform // Flos exhibition // Salone del Mobile // Tokujin Yoshioka for Glas Italia // Ombre fringe at Moooi // De Cotiis Gallery // Villa Necchi Campiglio // Caesarstone at Palazzo Serbelloni // Bath texture // Skylight // Nilufar Depot // Kitchen action // Prada Foundation // Nilufar Depot // Campana Brothers // Prada Foundation // Install on Via Savona // Michael Anastassiades // Wallpaper magazine installation // Duomo di Milano // Paul Cocksedge
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// Paul Cocksedge // Graphic tiles // Nilufar Depot // Salone del Mobile // Prada Foundation // Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades // Nilufar Depot // Salone del Mobile // Bocci Lighting // Paul Cocksedge // Brera Design District // De Cotiis Gallery // Moooi // Delta Light // Zaini Milano // Pierre Paulin // Nilufar Depot // Paul Cocksedge // Nilufar Depot // Villa Necchi Campiglio // Fornasetti // Prada Foundation // Foscarini installation in the Brera
Marc Ange's Le Refuge bed
Delta Light
Campana Brothers at Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades at Palazzo Bocconi
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Established & Sons
Walter Knoll
Brera courtyard
Matti Suuronen’s Futuro House
Reflections
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Poliform
Flos exhibition
Salone del Mobile
Tokujin Yoshioka for Glas Italia
Ombre fringe at Moooi
De Cotiis Gallery
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Caesarstone at Palazzo Serbelloni
Bath texture
Skylight
Nilufar Depot
Kitchen action
Prada Foundation
Nilufar Depot
Campana Brothers
Prada Foundation
Install on Via Savona
Michael Anastassiades
Wallpaper magazine installation
Duomo di Milano
Paul Cocksedge
Paul Cocksedge
Graphic tiles
Nilufar Depot
Salone del Mobile
Prada Foundation
Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades
Nilufar Depot
Salone del Mobile
Bocci Lighting
Paul Cocksedge
Brera Design District
De Cotiis Gallery
Moooi
Delta Light
Zaini Milano
Piuarch's garden wall
Pierre Paulin
Nilufar Depot
Paul Cocksedge
Nilufar Depot
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Fornasetti
Prada Foundation
Foscarini installation in the Brera