Today we share Part 03 of our Milan Design Week and Salone Del Mobile 2022 round-up. Here we delve into our product launch highlights to bring you our carefully chosen picks from the ultimate global design event. All across the city, galleries, garages and shopfronts hosted a new crop of transgressive and experimental collectible design from both emerging and well-known designers. Baranzate Atelier brought together a diverse interdisciplinary show from soft textiles works by Krjst studio to a monolithic chair by Studiopepe, and over at Nilufar Depot, the queen of Milan, Nina Yashar, hosted a spellbinding exhibition with Martino Gamper, Andreas Resigner, Draga & Aurel, Edxxkat, Robinson Ferreux and more. At the iconic Rossignoli bike shop in Brera, USM hosted a surprise takeover with an all Pink limited product installation named ‘True Pink’. Italian stone specialist
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Hermes debuted their 2022 home collection framed by the overarching theme ‘Looking For Lightness’. Seen here is the Coulisse T Shaped Table Lamp made from cashmere. Photo by Hugo Mapelli.
Spotti Milan presented WHY NOW? a project curated by Mr. Lawrence studio. Inside the spaces of Viale Piave, a special installation by Greta Cevenini featured products by Tacchini. Photo by Sean Davidson.
Photo by Sean Davidson.
Photo by Sean Davidson.
MARIMAR MARBLE BAR
The Marimar Marble Bar, curated by Davide Fabio Colaci Studio in collaboration with Luisa Bertoldo. Photos by Studio Mare and Nicolo Panzeri.
Australian lighting brand Christopher Boots introduced their new divine lighting range OURANOS to the international stage. Exploring themes of natural history, space, and time, the studio’s new collection builds on ongoing conceptual, material and aesthetic investigations. See more
OURANOS I wall light with an individual quartz sphere embedded in a slab of brass.
An alignment of quartz spheres, unified and suspended in a linear ring of solid brass.
Inspired by the myth of Zeus, John Pawson has designed an understated and commanding collection of stone coffee tables for Salvatori with a concealed base that creates a sense of extreme lightness.
Cristina Celestino for Fornace Brioni. Photo by Mattia Balsamini.
Cristina Celestino’s presentation of Connessioni for Cermachie Giovanni De Maio. Photo by Chiara Cadeddu.
FORMAFANTASMA & MAISON MATISSE
In collaboration with Formafantasma, Maison Matisse presented Fold, a series of new lighting pieces inspired by Henri Matisse’s paper cutouts. Photo by Gianni Antoniali.
Studio Luca Guadagnino’s Frenesi lamp for FontanaArte. Photo by Giulio Ghirardi.
Maurizio Stocchetto, owner of the legendary Bar Basso pictured in FonatanaArte’s 90-year anniversary campaign.
60th-anniversary limited-edition Arco K floor lamp by Flos. Photo by Mattia Balsamini.
Port Light by Sydney designer Tom Fereday.
Grid Light Pendant from Array by David Derksen.
Sine Light Outdoor from Array by David Derksen.
Limited Edition Requiem Globe Light handcrafted in plaster by Lee Broom.
LAMBERT & FILS
Lambert & Fils and DWA Design Studio presented Caffè Populaire in collaboration with Superflower at Alcova. See more
‘Tramonto A New York’ screen by Gaetano Pesce, re-edited in a limited series by Cassina. Photo by Valentina Sommariva.
‘Tramonto A New York’ sofa by Gaetano Pesce re-edited in a limited series by Cassina. Photo by Paola Pansini.
The Flutz Chair by Michael Anastassiades for Cassina. Photo by Paola Pansini
The Walter Knoll installation in Brera, designed by Ippolito Fleitz in collaboration with artist Janet Echelman.
Meduza Lamp by Sebastian Herkner for Zanat.
Zanat’s new collection.
Gunta floor lamp by Studiopepe for Tacchini. Photo by Andrea Ferrari.
SANCAL & GLAS ITALIA
Donald High Table by Philippe Starck for Glas Italia. See more
Dharma Seating by Studiopepe for Baxter.
Tobi-Ishi special edition table designed by Barber Osgerby for B&B Italia. Photo by Tommaso Sartori.
The Hiroki table in onyx by Philip Meinsier for e15.
The e15 Hiroki table in onyx.
VERY SIMPLE KITCHEN
Very Simple Kitchen presented its first line of outdoor kitchens in the courtyard of the historic cultural club, Arci Bellezza.
In collaboration with Monocle, the Swiss modular furniture specialist USM surprised at the iconic Rossignoli bike shop in Brera with an all Pink limited product colourway, created especially for Milan Design Week.
Helsinki-based furniture designer and artist Aleksi Remsu worked in collaboration with glassblowers from the Nuutajärvi Glass Village to create artifacts between art and functionality. The starting point of the project was the challenge of how to make each mass-produced item unique. Seen here is the “objet d’art” named Eclipse
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