Tortona Design Week is design, it is Milan. And at the same time, it’s an extraordinary window on the world. Winding through the streets of Via Savona, Via Tortona and Via Forcella, this circuit pulsates with vitality all year round, and even more so during Fuorisalone week. Below you’ll find a list of some exclusive events and site-specific projects that will enliven the Tortona district during Milan’s design week.
32 Via Tortona | Lexus Lexus is presenting A Journey of the Senses: an installation set up in partnership with the designer Philippe Nigro and the chef Hajime Yoneda. It is a journey that stimulates the senses and allows participants to experience new emotions thanks to a wide range of sensations and impressions that reflect the philosophy behind the Lexus brand. The installation will offer visitors a unique experience, celebrating and exploring the infinite facets of the world of design. The 12 design project finalists of the Lexus Design Award, whose theme this year was ‘Senses’, will also be on display. 27 Via Tortona | Superstudio Più In Milan, the Superstudio Group will be celebrating 15 years as a key player in international design with its new SUPERDESIGN SHOW format: an evolving project that will be replacing and incorporating the success of the Temporary Museum for New Design. The Superstudio Più’s 10,000m2 of exhibition space will feature the most interesting products of Italian and international design, as well as projects and lifestyle proposals that take their cue from design in an attempt to imagine the present and future of our homes.
35 Via Tortona, | Nhow Hotel This famous hotel will host designs and installations by internationally recognized designers.
58 Via Tortona | Tokyo Design Week, explore various different creative fields and how they cross-fertilise each other. This event will present the creativity of Tokyo as applied to Design, Art, Fashion, Technology and Food.
Via Savona | MOOOI The stunning venue in 56 Via Savona will play host to Moooi, where visitors will be astounded by the creations and installations of the famous designer Marcel Wanders.