Discover bistRo Aimo e Nadia, Rossa Orlandi’s Newest Restaurant – Style icon Rossana Orlandi has opened a new restaurant in Milan, bistRo Aimo e Nadia, whose decoration reflect’s the owner’s taste for style and elegance. Rossana Orlandi has been an icon in Milan for over a decade, with her Gallery Rossana Orlandi, a must-see experience […]
Homo Faber: The Venice Event You Can’t Miss – Homo Faber, organised by the leading Swiss-based entity Michelangelo Foundation, is a unique Venitian event that will take place from 14-30 September at Fondazione Giorgio Cini. The event has the purpose of giving a new dimension to European craftsmanship and design, by reviving arts that may have […]
Milan Design Agenda always had and still has the dream to interview one of the world’s most recognizable industrial designer, and she is Patricia Urquiola. Everything started in 1996, when she became head of the Lissoni Associati design group, working for Alessi, Flos, Artelano, Boffi, Cappellini, Cassina, Kartell, and others.Then on her own, she designs for B&B, Bosa, De Vecchi too, Fasem, Liv’it, Mdf, Molteni, Moroso and Tronconi and designed stands and showroom for Knoll, Moroso, Sag 80, and Somma. Her products have been selected for the Italian Design 2001 exhibition.
She is currently conducting her professional activity in her own studio in Milan in the field of design, exhibitions, art direction, and architecture, and working with companies such as Alessi, B&B, Kartell, Molteni, Moroso and VICCARBE. After these short lines, you can understand why you must or at least should, decorate and furnishing your appartment with Patricia Urquiola design pieces. A resemble that you’ll find? Contemporary decorations with contemporary pieces, since tables, suspension and floor lamps through folding screens.
Now, Milan Design Agenda hopes that a a future interview with Patricia Urquiola can appear this year!