24 hours in Milan. Superstudio and Tortona

The Tortona district is going all out for Design Week: in addition to Superstudio, events will be concentrated in three other venues: Base, Tortona Design Week and Tortona Rocks

Claire Fontaine, Patriarchy Kills Love, 2020 – base (Tortona district), © Claire Fontaine

CLAIRE FONTAINE, Base, via Bergognone 34. The conceptual artist illuminates the spaces of the ground hall at Base with an immersive installation, articulated on large LED phrases that present questions and provocations.

Louisa Wolf, Base
Bruno Szenk. Exibit, Base
Bruno Szenk. Exibit, Base

LOUISA WOLF, Base, Via Bergognone 34. In the project Botanical Role Play, Rotterdam-based designer identifies similarities between the world of plants and gender studies. To be discovered in the “Temporary Home” section.

EXHIBIT, Base, Via Bergognone 34. A research platform that identifies democratic design as its focal point. Curated by universities, multidisciplinary collectives and emerging talents.

Paola Navone, Take it or Leave It
Third Floor Collective, Superstudio Più

PAOLA NAVONE, Tortona Rocks, Opificio 31, via Tortona 31. A fun initiative around the idea of a circular economy, the free lottery Take It or Leave It offers an eclectic collection of objects belonging to the designer.

THIRD FLOOR, Superstudio Più, via Tortona 27. The London-based collective lands in Milan with a playful collection entitled Objections. In the photo, a sculpture in terracotta by Israeli artist Adì Adivani.

FORUM8, Superstudio Più

FORUM8, Superstudio Più, via Tortona 27. The Japanese brand illustrates the latest frontiers of VR technology in an elaborate installation set up as part of the “Asian R-Evolution” exhibition.

Slowhand Design, Superstudio Più

SLOWHAND DESIGN THAILAND BY DITP, Superstudio Più, Via Tortona 27. The best of Thai design based on the reuse of industrial materials stands out among the most significant Asian presentations in the exhibition “Asian R-Evolution”.

Fluente, Superstudio Più

FLUENTE E UNUSLAB, Superstudio Più, via Tortona 27. The vision of ceramicists (Fluente) meets manufacturing expertise (Unuslab): giving rise to an outdoor collection in recycled stoneware, based on experiments with 3D printing.