The Isola district presents itself again as a place of discoveries for the occasion of
Fuorisalone, from the 9th to the 15th of April, with the third edition of Isola Design
The objective is to establish itself as a community of emerging designers and students,
Italians and international, with a focus on innovation and research, opening at the
same time local workshops and businesses that distinguish themselves with artistry
and the development of new materials.
The theme of this year, Unlimited Design, want’s to come as a provocation. The
goal is clear, celebrate design in all of its forms.
«We want the locations in the Isola district, during Milan Design Week, be always
more open to experimentation and the contamination of different knowledge and
disciplines. – Explains Gabriele Cavallaro, co-founder of Blank and project manager
of the event – We want to push the product and it’s function, continuing the course
that has characterised the event from the first edition.»
The 2019 Design Week sees a widespread presence in the heart of the Fuorisalone
of the technologies born out of 3M™ Science. The news is that 3M Fasara™ and
the latest 3M innovation DI-NOC™ Glass will be featured for the first time at Isola
Design District, together with the other 3M Architectural Markets solutions: 3M
Architectural Finishes and 3M Windows Films. 3M will be, in fact, the main partner
of the event and the protagonist of Stecca 3.0 that, presenting also a suggestive
installation by the architect Paola Silvia Coronel, Global Consultant of 3M, and of
Byron Trotter, Product Development Specialist of 3M.
The location in Via de Castillia 26 will host a true and proper Design Village,
showcasing, amongst others, the project Hartwerp by the Belgian designer Lien
Van Deuren, a collection of urban furniture characterised by the possibility of
integrating, what she calls installations or sculptures, the modular chair Snake,
made by Campidarte giving a new life to the boxes used to transport eggs, united
by a rope that goes through the entire body of the pieces allowing it to change the
Not far from there, in honour to the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus, Myriam Kuehne
Rauner will dedicate her new works in limited edition in the characteristic Bauhaus
style. The works will be exhibited in her gallery at via Angelo della Pergola 1.