Interiors Guide for a Modern Contemporary Design – Modern Contemporary style has clean architectural lines, being minimal to a fault – the featured architectural designs showcase a sophisticated and timeless elegance. The Modern Contemporary spaces have an open-space concept, with the kitchen merging with the dining or living room, or both dining […]
Studiopepe Releases New Mid-Century Furniture Collection – Italian brand Studiopepe launches new pieces with a vintage touch, produced by Essential Home. Discover the “Happy Few“, the new mid-century modern furniture collection you will fall in love with if you’re a design lover like us! Studiopepe’s mid-century design ideas truly redeﬁne the furniture design […]
Presenting The Events of Milan Design Week 2018 ⇒. Milan Design Week will take place from 17-22 April. Furiosalone and Salone del Mobile are two platforms that also give origin to plenty of other events and exhibitions during the Milan Design Week.
Both, Furiosalone and Salone del Mobile, allows creatives the opportunity to express and challenge themselves in an environment dedicated to originality and growth. They are also perfect to discover new ideas and designs as well as meeting the key figures of this industry, so today, Milan Design Agenda will explore the importance and magnificence of these leading events.
Fuorisalone is the set of events distributed in different areas of Milan on the same days when the Salone Internazionale del Mobile takes place, which is staged in the stands of Rho Fiera.
The Fuorisalone is not a Fair event, it doesn’t have a central organisation and it’s not managed by any Institution. It started spontaneously early in the 1980’s thanks to the will of companies working in the furnishing and industrial design sectors. Currently, it is expanding into many related sectors including automotive, technology, telecommunications, art, fashion and food.
The Salone del Mobile is the global benchmark for the Home Furnishing and Design Sector, a great vehicle of promotion. It made its first appearance in 1961, designed to promote Italian furniture and furnishing in the world, and it has continued to do so impeccably, ensuring that the quality of Italian furniture is known to all four corners of the earth, and continues so to do, with half of all its visitors coming from around the world.
The event offers a 360° overview on home furniture world, from the unique piece to sets, representative of all styles, from classic to modern design. A stage that always connects business to culture, building the story of past and modern and future design and furniture, that offers the world high-quality products, in the name of innovation. The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is divided into three type of styles: Classic, Design and xLux.
Stay tuned for more information regarding Milan Design Week 2018, including participant luxury brands and designers, exhibitions throughout the various districts, such as Ventura, Tortona and Brera, and much more. Remember, the most coveting and anticipated design week occurs from 17-22 April, so don’t miss it.