Design Milk has taken a taste of Milan Design Week + rounded up a portion of some of the week’s most standout sources of inspiration.
Milan Design Week
Mixed Habitats, featured at this year's Milan Design Week, was designed by Note Design Studio for Vestre featuring reused materials.
Meant for the outdoors, but equally ready to go to work inside, Libera's concrete open space kitchen design focuses on contemporary living.
The Mindcraft Project, a platform for experimental design from Denmark, will be available to view digitally for the first time.
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We trekked around the globe in 2019 to visit the best design events and now we're revisiting them in case you missed anything.
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We sat down with Konstantin Grcic in Milan to discuss the future of office culture and the power of a rigorous collaborative process.
The place is often used as a film set, hosts nights where creatives talk about screwing up, and it's right between Mudec and Armani/Silos.
We had the incredible opportunity to sit down with Olafur Eliasson in Milan and have a deep and wide ranging conversation.
We sat down with Jasper Morrison in Milan to do a deep dive into some of the core ideas in his work.
Masquespacio created a site-specific installation for Poggi Ugo that explored fresh new ways to work with the terracotta.
At Join by Norwegian Presence, a playful approach to sustainability led to sculptural, minimal objects with holes, sleek arcs and cavities.
Furniture and interior designer Anna Karlin made her debut in Milan at the Galleria Rossana Orlandi during this year's Milan Design Week.
Ventura Future provides an overview of contemporary projects to show the potential for innovative works to address future visions.