During Milan Design Week 2019, more specifically Salone del Mobile, Knoll celebrated an important anniversary: the Bauhaus centenary. With that, they brought in a couple of novelties for their brand, specifically some new collections alongside some of its most iconic products. In this initiative, Knoll emphasised a clear set of values […]
January 2014, a month has gone with passion and intensely design vibrations, jumping fair from fair. First it was IMM Cologne and then Maison et Objet Paris 2014, now it’s coming Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. Milan Design Agenda agreeds that those first 3 european fairs gives to bloggers a great experience and the unique opportunity to search for tomorrow’s trendy creations for Homes and Hotels interior design decoration ideas.
But, nothing can compare with iSaloni 2014 and its Milan Design Week (Fuorisalone). From 8th to 13th of April 2014, iSaloni 53th edition, where once again will be the main stage for international exhibitors, to introduce its new collections.
Looking, now more than ever, for ways of adding value to its products, there’s a renaissance of craft-based thinking within design manufacturing taking place. Where better to see this trend presented and discussed than in Milan’s leading design quarter, Brera, which has long been the cradle of artistic expression and craftsmanship?
Remember this name, when attending to iSaloni: Brera Design District. For those who will attend to iSaloni for first time, Milan Design Agenda through this article, will guide and explain you, what Brera means to Fuorisalone. Founded in the historical district of Brera in Milan, this place has been providing for centuries a vital contribution to cultural, artistical and commercial city life. Brera is more than charming and cultural place, it’s a world accostumed to anticipate trends, where fashion design and art can’t be tear apart. Milan Design Agenda like to call it as a “Wonderland of Design”.
A welcoming place, full of great creative and artistic ferment, where culture mixes with shopping and entertainment. Brera Design District has the aim to communicate Brera as a reference point for city’s design. A territory with the highest density of showrooms, galleries and spaces dedicated to contemporary design, art and culture.
Brera Design District through the key of design and creativity, maps out the excellences in the industry and brings them together in an integrated system of communication.
Soon, you’ll have an entire update guide for Brera Design District.
Milan Design Agenda, will welcome you at Brera Design District for iSaloni 2014.