Living Divani decided to make a unique initiative for its 50th anniversary during Milan Design Week: with “The Uncollected Collection”, they’ve surprised many people during that week not only by setting up a maze of mirrors at the historical spaces of Palazzo Crivelli, but also by presenting a new set of […]
MOST Salone is an event that happens once a year during Milan Design Week. It is the design destination instigated by British designer Tom Dixon at Milan’s Museum of Science and Technology and it is located near Zona Tortona and Rossana Orlandi. It provides Milan Design Week with a curated creative hub, promoting forward-thinking culture, commerce and creativity against the extraordinary backdrop of historic exhibits based on technological innovation.
MOST theme this year is “Disrupting Design”: returning power to the designer and challenging the status quo. The brands at MOST explore new materials, technologies, production techniques and distribution systems.
This year MOST Salone has as participants internationally renowned designers, cutting edge brands and emerging new talents showing their work within the dramatic surroundings of the Museum of Science and Technology. All exhibitors have been challenged to channel the idea of “Disrupting Design” whether through innovation, technology or ingenuity.
One of the participants of MOST Salone is the world’s fastest growing e-commerce site. Fab.com, leading partner at MOST has collaborated with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts to introduce a foam Andy Warhol Brillo Box pouf, created by Quinze & Milan. Exclusive to Fab.com, these foam stools are being presented at MOST in Milan, only to the 14th April, 2013.
Exhibitions by leading international brands represent a key part of MOST with designers from Poland, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, France, Scandinavia, China, Japan and the UK.
Studio Job has joined forces with Lensvelt to showcase the new Job Office collection in which features of furniture – keys, locks, handles and switches are picked out and emphasized with a gleaming gold finish.
Also from the Netherlands came Piet Hein Eek, acknowledged design superstar best known for his scrapwood furniture collection, who is showing a retrospective of his chairs, charting the journey as a narrative of each piece.
Besides, the exhibition in this year MOST Salone it will be presented the first open design competition based on a modular concept.
As you can see, there are plenty of motives for you to attend MOST Salone, don’t miss the opportunity!