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New rugs collection designed by Dimorestudio and Emtivi Studio for Illulian’s Limited Edition, the exclusive brand line that collects rugs in limited edition designed by celebrities and illustrious characters in the world of design, art and photography. This is the most recent and interesting italian design collaboration. The […]
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Nina Yashar is without question one of Milan’s top design dealers, and you’ve an opportunity at Milan Design Week 2015 to go to her Nilufar gallery in Via della Spiga, and feel it pulsing at the epicenter of achingly expensive mid-century gems and the hottest contemporary designs for the last 15 years. This is one exhibition that Milan Design Agenda suggests you to see during your visit at iSaloni 2015!
In this Milan Design Week 2015, for the very first time, she will open the doors to her warehouse – Nilufar Depot, north of the Garibaldi train station – to truly showcase her treasure trove. Architect Massimiliano Locatelli has been enlisted to design the space in the image of Milan’s famous Teatro della Spiga gallery.
Osanna Visconti Vimodrone, Raggi Console
Chaise Maurice armchair
Roberto Giulio Rida cabinet
On the left Nir Meiri, 2Moons floor lamp
Imposing, dramatic, yet distinctly practical, the space will host a range of Nilufar gallery protégés, among them Locatelli and Martino Gamper, as well as the neon lights of Marco Rizzuto, six-metre-tall brass curtains of Leonar Antunes and Lindsey Adelman’s cage chandeliers.
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