In a quick and welcoming conversation with the manager designer responsible for the European brand Brabbu, Milan design Agenda was to discover what cannot be missing in Modern Classic Style. Take a look! The classic interior house design originated from European culture, like Victorian and Art Deco also the Greek […]
Milan Design Week is almost over but that doesn’t mean there won’t be anything much to do during this weekend. Join us in this article in which we’ll tell you what you can do in Milan during the final days of this wonderful event.
Zaha Hadid Design’s own label of design objects for the home. This showcase comes as part of #TheCultureCollective exhibition for ME by Melià.
Moooi presents “A Life Extraordinary” at Milan’s design district Brera where aside from showing their Japanese denim suitable for interior usage (Shin-Denim), they are also showing two new products the BFF Sofa and The Party.
You’re still on time to see Cappellini’s exhibition “Thirty Years of Icons”, arranged in the beautiful spaces of Cappellini Point. This showcase comes as a celebration of 30 years of uninterrupted activities in the ﬁeld of design.
For over 80 years Molteni&C Dada has been leading Italian furnishings companies, matching past with future in the name of quality living.
Nendo and Daikin are the main leaders of this stunning exhibition which consists of a garden of 17000 ﬂowers made of air. Don’t miss one of the most unusual presentations of Milan Design Week.
This consists of an innovative exhibition that invites participants to rethink their natural perception of domestic spaces, along with their iconic pieces.
Cosy, elegant and surrounded by an atmosphere of the good ol’ days. Baxter Bar is definitely the perfect meeting place for participants in Milan Design Week to relax and slow down.
In this showcase for Milan Design Week, IKEA invites you to discover its smart home consisting of a playground that allows people to interact with lights and sounds through experiences, installations and DJ sets. You can’t miss the highlight of the exposition SYMFONISK: a new product developed in collaboration with Sonos for IKEA.