It’s already 4 weeks ago that we went to the Milan Design Week! Next to the Salone del Mobile furniture fair, we’ve also visited a couple of events at the Fuorisalone 2015. Honestly, we were very impressed by things we’ve seen at the fair and like to show you what was going on at the Fuorisalone. Together with great pick’s of the Architectural Digest, we created this next short impression!
Moooi by Marcel Wanders:
Love seat by Opal Furniture Co.,Ltd.:
Urban Perspectives by Jaime Haydon:
Impressions of pop-up stores and restaurants throughout Milan city centre.
Swing chair by Patricia Urquiola:
Louis Vuitton transformed the 19th-century Palazzo Bocconi into a tropical jungle, the most suitable setting for its travel-inspired Objets Nomades collection.
Louis Vuitton, Ernest bed by Gwenaël Nicolas:
Bottega Veneta by Carlo Innocenzo Carlone and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (left). Bell lamps by Barber & Osgerby (right):
Bottega Veneta opened its first home store in the 18th-century Palazzo Gallarati Scotti, which features masterful frescoes.
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