Posts tagged as 'Milan Design Week'
Photo tour of Euroluce 2013, Parts 2, 3 & 4
Our photo tour of Milan’s biennial Euroluce lighting show continues with more pictures on Facebook from the Fiera fairground. More from Milan to follow!
> to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce 2013, Part 2
Including: FLOS, Anta, Quasar, Brand van Egmond, Lithos Design, Bover, Terzani, AXO LIGHT, Santa & Cole, Alma Light, Lucente, Vibia, Lladro, Barovier&Toso, Fabbian.
> to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce 2013, Part 3
Including: Oluce, Millelumen, Ingo Maurer, B.lux / Vanlux, Martinelli Luce, Omikron Design, Nemo, Cini & Nils, Zero, Platek, Il Fanale.
> to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce 2013, Part 4
Including: Showroom Finland, Rich Brilliant Willing, In-es.Artdesign, Ilide, Northern Lighting, Tom Rossau, Catellani & Smith, Wever & Ducre, Luceplan, Delta Light.
‘Osmosi’ vase by Emmanuel Babled
Emmanuel Babled’s vases and lighting objects are a virtual fusion of marble and handblown glass. Merged into sculptural objects, ‘Osmosi’ are limited edition Venini hand-blown glass, from Murano, and Testi Carrara marble vases and light objects that were shown at Plusdesign gallery during Milan Design Week 2013.
Photo tour of Euroluce 2013, Part 1
Euroluce is the international trade show for lighting which takes place every other year during Salone del Mobile in Milan. Here’s our first Facebook photo gallery where we showcase lighting novelties for 2013 from the top brands.
> to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce 2013, Part 1
Including: Foscarini, Fontana Arte, Artemide, Davide Groppi, Diesel with Foscarini, Italamp, Arturo Alvarez, Torremato, lzf, Lampe Gras, Kalmar, modo, Slamp.
Photo tour of Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013, Parts 3, 4 & 5
Our photo tour of Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2013 continues with more pictures on Facebook from the Fiera fairground. More from Milan to follow!
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 3
Including: Magis, lapalma, Serralunga, Kettal, Mattiazzi, Plank, Bitossi Ceramiche, Kasthall, Inno, USM, Kristalia, Molteni & C, Dada, Gandía Blasco, Artek, Cassina, Cappellini, Richard Lampert.
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 4
Including: Emmemobili, Adele-c, I+I, Dedon, Globe Zero 4, PP Mobler, Lange Production, Mater, One Collection, Mattiazzi, emeco, Arper, Extremis, Rexite, Zanotta, Tonelli, Henge, Muuto, Verpan, Frag, Lago.
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 5
Including: Lammhults, MDF, Bolon, Tribu, AL2698, STUA, Segis, Arco, Bla Station, Swedese, Opinion Ciatti, Nanimarquina, Karl Andersson, COVO, Classicon.
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 6
Including: Flou, Walter Knoll, COR, Interlübke, LEMA, FIAM, Sywawa, Fratelli Boffi, Arflex, Fendi Casa, PORRO, Meridiani, Andreu World.
‘Loota’ lamp and mirror by Matti Syrjälä for Kaamos Collective
The lamp part of ‘Loota’, a series of lamp and mirror products by Matti Syrjälä for Finnish design collective Kaamos, produces a pleasant, indirect light.
This year’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile, as seen by Architonic
This year’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile is one of the busiest we’ve seen in the last few years, posing an ever greater challenge for those who want to see it all. With its innumerable coinciding events, exhibitions, shows, launches and lunches, getting to see everything Milan has to offer during the manic week that is Design Week requires a team, like our team, of intrepid design seekers to capture the essence (it’s near impossible to catch it all). Here are our first two Facebook photo galleries with impressions from the 345,000 m2 of The Fiera fairground. More to follow!
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 1
Including: Moroso, Tacchini, Glas Italia, Driade, Caimi, Kartell.
> to Architonic’s tour of Salone del Mobile, Part 2
Including: Alias, Roda, Vitra, Woodnotes, Offecct, Poltrona Frau, Knoll.
‘M100’ chair by Matias Ruiz for RUIZSOLAR
Architect and designer Matias Ruiz had one objective for the ‘M100’ chair, to use as few elements as possible.
‘Curling’ armchair by BarberOsgerby for Knoll
With bright red feet that resemble curling stones, renowned architectural and design firm BarberOsgerby’s ‘Curling’ armchair for Knoll wears its name well.