24 hours in Milan. Brera Design District

From Largo Treves to the Chiostri di San Simpliciano, via Palermo and Solferino, the installations presented this year in the historic artists' quarter address the challenges of the contemporary world, giving space to projects capable of triggering actions of change

Agostino_Iacurci, Glo, Brera Design District

GLO, largo Treves 1. The brand collaborates with artist Agostino Iacurci, inviting visitors to imagine the planet of the future, immersed in the colours of the installation Dry Days, Tropical Nights.

Grohe, Brera Design District

Grohe, via Brera, 28. For the launch of its premium sub-brand, the company celebrates its passion for water with an immersive installation reflecting the architecture of the Pinacoteca di Brera.

Molteni&C, Brera Design District

Molteni&C., via Solferino angolo via Pontaccio. The Giussano-based company renovates its Milanese outpost in the heart of Brera. Enlarged and renovated, the exhibition space houses the brand’s first outdoor collection

Hrmés, Brera Design District
LoroPiana, Brera Design District

Hermès, via Palermo, 10. Also this year at the Pelota, Hermès creations for the home will be presented, drawing their aesthetics from a form of archaism, natural vigour and purity

LoroPiana Interiors, via della Moscova, 33. Argentinian artist and designer Cristián Mohaded will create a monumental installation in the Cortile della Seta (Silk Courtyard) at the LoroPiana headquarters in Brera.

Orto botanico, Brera Design District

Carlo Ratti Associati e Italo Rota / ENI, via Brera 28 / via Fiori Oscuri 4. In the Interni project, the Walk The Talk installation invades the Botanical Garden, inviting the public to participate in a large living game board with multimedia effects.

Ingo Maurer, Brera Design District

Ingo Maurer, piazzale Principessa Clotilde. The German brand presents itself in Milan with an exciting open-air light installation at the Caselli di Porta Nuova, while the new products will be presented inside the space.

Masterly, Brera Design District

Masterly – the Dutch in Milano, Palazzo Giureconsulti, Piazza dei Mercanti 2

. The tables in brass, stone and nickel by designer Nancy Torreele shine in the new location of the exhibition-event given over to Dutch creativity.