Interiors Guide for a Modern Contemporary Design – Modern Contemporary style has clean architectural lines, being minimal to a fault – the featured architectural designs showcase a sophisticated and timeless elegance. The Modern Contemporary spaces have an open-space concept, with the kitchen merging with the dining or living room, or both dining […]
Studiopepe Releases New Mid-Century Furniture Collection – Italian brand Studiopepe launches new pieces with a vintage touch, produced by Essential Home. Discover the “Happy Few“, the new mid-century modern furniture collection you will fall in love with if you’re a design lover like us! Studiopepe’s mid-century design ideas truly redeﬁne the furniture design […]
Since early age, our parents are the best guidance we’ll have for a long period, but there’s a question that will follow us, until we get an occupation, a job, a profession. “What you want to be when you grow up?”. Here at Milan Design Agenda no one thought at the beggining in being a blogger or press relations… Everyone had a desire to be architect…what were the odds for that happen?
With iSaloni 2014 approaching, one of Milan design week 2014 themes is “where architects live”, giving an insight into the daily lives of some of the world’s awarded designers/architects, like: Shigeru Ban, Mario Bellini, David Chipperfield, Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Zaha Hadid, Marcio Kogan, Daniel Libeskind and Bijoy Jain of studio Mumbai.
This “before” isaloni 2014 previewing exhibition reveals a private life, unknown for most of Milan Design Agenda readers and reveals the houses interiors of this architects, broadening visions of domestic architecture and interior design, and suggesting that this discipline is most suited to evolution and experimentation. This event had in Francesca Molteni the main character, working alongside architect and scenographer Davide Pizzigoni to collect real-life videos, sounds, comments and reconstructions. the end result is an interactive and engaging exhibition that thoroughly documents each architects’ way of living. So, let get marvellous with this Milan Design Agenda selection…
Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas