Natuzzi, Via Durini 24 (on cover). Giant, golden olive shoots in the courtyard of magnificent palazzo: it is the installation commissioned to Marcantonio, an artist/designer, to celebrate Fabio Novembre’s restyling of the showroom.
Emu, Corso Monforte 50. A new space in the heart of the city, all dedicated to designer outdoor furniture. At center stage Twin, new project by Sebastian Herkner.
Arbi Arredobagno, Corso Monforte/via S. Damiano. The showroom gets a new look thanks a deep restyling conceived by studio Calvi Brambilla, a hot name in town.
D Studio, Via Durini 14. A true destination for lovers of signature design, that brings together the brands: B&B Italia, Maxalto, Azucena, Arclinea, Flos and Louis Poulsen. In a totally new layout signed by Piero Lissoni, creative director of B&B Italia.
Gabriel Scott, via santa Marta 10. In Floating ideas, the lighting brand offers many
reinvented versions of one of its bestsellers: the Welles chandelier.
Entropy and Desire, Wait and See, via Santa Marta 14. In a very eclectic concept store, furniture created from a mix of materials by British designer Grace Prince.
Voyage en Intérieur, Le French Art de Vivre. Institut français Milano, corso Magenta 63. Art dialogues with the furniture winners of the French Design 100 award.
Archizoom Associati, via Cesare Correnti 14. Centro Studi Poltronova crea un angolo lettura con il divano Superonda di Archizoom (1968), icona del radical design in un’inedita fantasia.
Co/Rizom, Little monsters/scary beasts, via Cesare Correnti 14. Sinergia interessante tra design e tradizione, per l’empowerment dei piccoli produttori locali.