ASSAB ONE, via Privata Assab 1. Designer Giacomo Moor worked with young people from the slums of Mathare, Nairobi to create the furniture featured in the exhibition “Design For Communities”, presented by the NGO Liveinslums.
FFERRONE, via Villa Mirabello 6. The collection of glasses by the American brand glows in an atmospheric staging in Yves Klein blue, “Still Now. The dinner”, created with vintage tableware.
CAMPO BASE, viale Orobia 11. 9 Italian architecture practices describe different concepts of domestic intimacy. In the photo, the project Ammonite by Giuliano Andrea Dell’Uva. Curated by Federica Sala.
GALERIE PHILIA, San Vittore e Quaranta Martiri, viale Lucania 18. A deconsecrated church hosts Desacralized, an exhibition that explores the meaning of desacralisation with a series of all-white works by around twenty designers.
CRISTINA CELESTINO, via Arimondi 15. In the project “Clay Court Club”, the designer gives a new and timeless look to a jewel of Milanese architecture from the 1920s: the Milano Bonacossa Tennis Club.
STORIES OF ITALY, viale Molise 62. Milanese design studio presents Broken Charm, an eccentric installation made up of a chandelier-jewel and an outsize bracelet in Murano glass and brass.
THIS IS DENMARK, viale Molise 62. A dive into the history of of Danish design through the stories of 15 products and companies, protagonists in an experiential exhibition that recreates an evocative natural landscape.
VOLUMEUNO X GIO TIROTTO, viale Molise 62. The new Italian kitchen brand Volumeuno tells its story through a series of live performance that depict “dwelling volumes” that are flexible, enveloping and customizable.
BUDAPEST SELECT, viale Molise 62. The Hungarian brand makes its debut at design week with collections by 37 designers, linked by expressive research that celebrates harmony between tradition and experimentation.
CENGIZ HARTMANN, viale Molise 62. The poetry of the essential: welcome to the world of Cengiz Hartmann, one of the protagonists of the contemporary craft movement, that fills the spaces of a former slaughterhouse.
THE NEW RAW, viale Molise 62. The Rotterdam-based studio of research and design presents a collection of playful and tactile chairs covered by a continuous thread of recycled plastic sculpted in 3D.