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Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
Salone del Mobile Milano is on its way! It’s time to learn everything about the 2023 edition of the Milan Furniture Fair, which begins in less than a month. This article will list all of the speakers who will be giving presentations at Isaloni.
The Salone Internazionale del Mobile was founded in 1961 to promote Italian furniture and furnishings exports, and it quickly became the most anticipated event in the furniture world.
The Salone del Mobile 2023 will take place from April 18th to April 23rd. As with previous editions, it will be held in the heart of Milan, on the Foro Buonaparte Street.
The master Gaetano Pesce’s intervention – the Italian sculptor, designer, and architect who has been based in New York for years – is eagerly anticipated. He has been invited to speak at an event in the SaloneSatellite Arena about the pivotal moments in his long career and his lasting interdisciplinary contribution to the design world.
The famous Japanese architect and 2014 Pritzker Prize winner will be part of the Salone del Mobile.Milano programme of talks in 2023. His social and environmental commitment, as evidenced by his exploration and use of low-cost and sustainable materials such as cardboard and bamboo, extends to his thoughts on the use of light in design.
The architect will discuss the potential use of wood in architecture, disaster relief activities using building technology, and architectural efforts towards the future. In addition, a reflection on the use of light in the project.
Nao Tamura is one of the most intriguing designers on the international scene, combining poetry, abstraction, and the use of cutting-edge technology. Her carefully balanced multidisciplinary approach, environmental awareness, and interest in craftsmanship all combine to make her a particularly representative exponent of our time, with a constant focus on lighting – whether lamps, installations, or site-specific projects.
Snøhetta co-founder Kjetil Traedal Thorsen and Marius Myking, director of its product design section, will discuss the architectural firm’s approach. Over the last few years, it has completed extraordinary projects such as Under, an underwater restaurant in Norway, and The Pavilia Farm, a residential complex immersed in nature in Hong Kong. They will also discuss future prospects, lighting as a design tool, and sustainability awareness.
For over 30 years, Snhetta has been reinventing itself, constantly challenging established norms and advancing sustainably driven designs that foster human connections, knowledge sharing, and cultural experiences. Innovation requires social and environmental sustainability. Lighting, both natural and artificial, is an essential component of sustainable design because it has the potential to improve our well-being while also lowering our carbon footprint.
MAD Architects is one of the most active and pioneering architectural design firms in the world, with offices in Beijing and Jiaxing, Los Angeles, and Rome, and a particular focus on the needs of the people who use the spaces they design. Their most recent projects include the Changchun airport terminal in China, which will accommodate 22 million passengers per year, and the plant-covered multistory carpark for the new Milano Innovation District.
Light and Architecture have a one-of-a-kind and extraordinary relationship. Light is essential to the activation of the photosynthesis process in nature; light is a foundational element of MAD’s design philosophy, becoming emotional light. Shadows are more than just absence; light is more than just openness.