Cristina Celestino is a good example of a designer who goes by the philosophy of basing her work on observation and research. In all her works she’s known for tackling the potential of many shapes, functions as well as going beyond the traditional relations between fashion, art and design. She currently […]
During Milan Design Week there’s a relevant event called Miart Milano. If you’re in the city during this time you can find a section for primary market galleries with both classic products and recent productions.
Dimoregallery is currently led by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran who also create and select many of the objects which are part of the exhibitions. In this gallery, several furniture objects (among them a series of seatings, tables, cabinets, bookcases, and lamps) are created with inspiration from a classical point of view. This is one of the main galleries not to miss during Milan Design Week!
Thomas Ekström is known for being a dealer in 20th-century design and decorative arts. In their work, you can find several sets of lovely vintage furniture as well as some examples of nicely decorated interiors, among them Apartments C, D, and J.
Eredi Marelli is a handcraft firm from Milan that designs new sets of furniture in which the architect’s knowledge meets with the producer’s skills, technique and the use of materials in a handicraft workshop. They aim to provide singular pieces made with a contemporary touch made in accordance to their customer’s tastes.
Elisabetta Cipriani – Jewellery by Contemporary Artists is a company that contacts many contemporary sculptors and painters and challenges them to create exclusive wearable sculptures using precious materials. They are noticeable in making many contemporary artists successfully approach the jewelry business for the first time successfully.
This Italian Gallery is another example of a Gallery that makes lots of furniture pieces with inspiration from the 20th and 21st centuries since 1994. This organization has seen many exhibitions and events on topics among them art, design, and jewelry. Don’t forget to pay a visit during Milan Design Week!
Luciano Colantonio first opened in 1989 heavily inspired by the works of Milanese architects such as Ponti, Caccia Dominioni, Albini and Gardella. In their collection, you can find many sets of furniture, ceramics, tables, mirrors, glasswork, among many others. Be sure to see this reference during Milan Design Week!