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One more day at Milan Design Week 2015! 4 days remaining, but the show started now. Milan Design Agenda show you what are the most looked exhibitors to see at iSaloni 2015 Milan Show…100 images will inspire you and give you one more reason for tomorrow be on front row to see them.
Moroso | Pav 16-stand A35/B28
Attached to a historic and devoted mission, Moroso introduced at Milan Design Week 2015, a selection ofa reflection of cultural quality and uniqueness of the design , which aims to combine the processes of industrial production with the talents of more than 60 master craftsmen and the personality of the different designers.
Rigour, method, cultural simplicity together with the continuous and intelligent strive for updating have always characterized the creativity of MDF Italia and its successful collection. Milan Design Agenda shows you the proof of why this selection at Milan Design Week 2015 top exhibitor!
Glas Italia | Pav 16-Stand C23/D18
The latest projects born from the collaboration established with the prestigious team of designers: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Piero Lissoni, Tokujin Yoshioka e Patricia Urquiola, enrich a complete and wide range of isaloni novelties 2015 show!
From this combination of values and collaborations, elegant and avant-garde collections of tables, storage furniture, mirrors, boxes and accessories in glass are born, each of them featuring the highest quality of design.
Delightfull | Pav 13 – Stand G11
Not a surprise for Milan Design Agenda and isaloni’s previous shows… but at Milan Design Week 2015, Delightfull stepped two levels up! Starting from a huge stand with UNIQUE LAMPS, they caught everyone’s attention with new collection of design furniture named Essentials with sideboards, tables, chairs, sofas, bicycles and…the list it’s endless! Just to give you a brief of how it is their stand at Euroluce….
Visit their stand at Euroluce, Pav 13/Stand G11 and your wishes will be all fulfilled!
Driade | Pav 16 – Stand D31/E26
One of the 10 first luxury furnitures brands, that Milan Design Agenda has in Agenda to visit in Salone del Mobile! Elegance, refinement, timeless collections, bold design. We take in account every single detail of it, and each exhibition they do in Milan, we know what to expect! Excellence and furniture design, reflecte in traditional craftsmanship! Boca do Lobo, welcome to Milan Design Week 2015!
BRABBU | Pav 14-Stand B34
This article would not be same without BRABBU’s storytelling and nature inspired furniture! Their mix between mid-century and cosmopolitan take your living room to new heights with gentle complimentary colors, given you a choice between Spring and Winter color trends! Milan Design Agenda lovers and Milan Design Week 2015 trend seekers, here’s one of your solutions for modern home decor!
Amongst recognized designers, there is one who turn the flaslights upon him! In 2006 BD Barcelona Design, Jaime Hayón – one of the most recognized spanish designers on the international panorama – decided to choose his designs for the successful Showtime Collection. In the time, he was still an emerging youngster with an artistic profile, which he, as the years have gone by, has refined. Take this opportunity at Salone del Mobile 2015 Milan to meet monkey shaped side table !
Daring lavish presentations, KOKET brought more desirable empowering statement pieces than we saw at Maison & Objet Paris 2015! The innate desire to seduce and entice its devotees is perfectly illustrated in the Guilty Pleasures & Exotic Opulence Collections.
KOKET’s savoire faire is intoxicating and addictive! After Milan Design Week 2015 and iSaloni 2015 show, will remain memoirs of this luxury furniture and regrets for months for those who missed this opportunity. The only way to keep and eye on this femimine world will be on Milan Design Agenda or seeing Fifty Shades of Grey more than once!
ARTEK | Pav 20 – Stand C8/C10
At Milan Design Week 2015, Artek celebrates the company’s 80th anniversary by presenting an exciting contemporary collection alongside freshly re-edited products from the archives. The highlights presented include Kaari Collection, the first collaboration between Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and the Finnish design company, as well as Alvar Aalto’s classic Tea Trolley in a contemporary reinterpretation by Hella Jongerius.
DIESEL | Pav 16 – Stand A35-B38
Diesel, has created a collection of products with a relaxed and comfortable mood, taking its inspiration from an informal lifestyle concept and targeting consumers who like simple shapes yet at the same time seek a “modern” style made up of high quality combined with a distinctive design of pure lines. What Diesel brings to Milan Design Week 2015? See below…
LUXXU | Pav 13 – Stand P20/N21
Debuting at Milan Design Week 2015 like LUXXU did on first Euroluce days is not for everyone! It defines itself as a reinvention through design classic chandeliers. Ready for goose bumps? It will be like being in Great Gatsby movie!
Maison Valentina | Pav 14-Stand B34
It was a few months ago when Milan Design Agenda saw for its first time at Maison et Objet 2015 Paris…and now here we are again at Milan Design Week 2015. Recognized as one of the future trend setters in luxury bathrooms, its time to get inspired with its bathroom ideas for modern homes! Salone del Mobile 2015 will have an eye on you!
Olivari | Pav 16 – Stand D49
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