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At the moment we’re writing this article, a nostalgic feeling comes up,…3 days already are part of isaloni 2014 history. In our continuing coverage of Milan Design Week 2014, Milan Design Agenda struggled to share everything it could, but it is a great feeling knowing that around the world, thousands of readers are in fact reading our recent articles about Milan Design Week, and for that, our sincerely “Thank you”.
For today, we’ll unveil something that caught our attention at some isaloni exhibitors. So, get ready for Milan Design Week 2014 Report: The best of day 3.
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Bonaldo Hall 5 | Stand F09-G06
Moroso HALL 16 | Stand A29-B22
As part of Moroso‘s 2014 collection at iSaloni, Italian designers Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto presented their Serenissima Collection. The collection introduces the Il Doge seat and the Alta Marea coffee table. As a continuation of the duo’s Acqua Alta project, the Serenissima collection pays homage to the rich cultural history of the city of Venice.
Boca do Lobo HALL 6 l Stand F56
Donghia HALL 5 I Stand E08
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