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 around the corner and we’re already looking forward to the event that makes this city go round.
A short video preview was launched showing a sneak peek at the project by the Dutch designer Marcel Wanders. The collection was presented at Euroluce 2019 along with other new exclusive collections.
Marcel Wanders is a Dutch designer with one of the most solid careers in his area. His studio, founded in 1996 and bearing his own name, is credited with more than 1,900 projects in design. Over the years in his career, he worked with several worldwide renowned brands such as Baccarat, Cappellini, Christofle, Flos, Kartell, Louis Vuitton, Morgans Hotel Group, Poliform, Puma, and even Swarovski. He’s one of the greatest designers of the modern age worldwide and his portfolio of works shows it!
Many of Wanders’ design projects are celebrated in some of the most well-known museums in the world, including the Centre Pompidou (France), MoMA (USA), and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (Netherlands). Another of his most notable business steps was the creation of the brand Mooi in 2001 alongside fellow colleague Casper Vissers. This is one of the most famous lighting brands in the world with some of the most unique products to show for it.
Have a look at this exclusive interview given by Wanders himself, regarding one of his most notable partnerships celebrated with Christofle:
Lladró is a Spanish brand whose main specialty is the creation of art porcelain figurines all of which are made in brand’s only factory in the world, located in Valencia. This brand is an example of a project that has created some of the best porcelain craftsmanship in the world, showing a great passion a talent in every piece they conceive. They’re also a recurring presence at Milan Design Week every year.