Dana Tomic Hughes of Yellowtrace was the eyes and ears of Mr. Yatzer while he was missing from this year’s Italian design marathon. Discover their hand-picked selection of the best projects and installations from Milan Design Week (Furniture Designs)
The time to reflect on the fantastic wonders, brilliant innovations and breathtaking dreams-come-to-life that made up the lifeblood of Milan Design Week 2017 (MDW17) has come! And, as has always been the case, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile was so chock-full of a record-breaking number of experiences that we're still awestruck at the sheer scope of it all.
The Re-Inventing Shoes project by United Nude and systems. Ben van Berkel (UNStudio), Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Fernando Romero and Michael Young are exploring and challenging printing technology bydesigning printed ladies high heels.
Le Refuge: The Most Instagrammed Thing at Milan Design Week
Le Refuge, a pink, jungle-like daybed designed by Parisian/Italian artist and designer Marc Ange at the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition space in collaboration with The Invisible Collection and Green Gallery
Mobile Chandelier 9 is one of the 15 new lighting designs that Michael Anastassiades launched in Milan this year, extending the collection of minimal mobile chandeliers and spherical lamps produced by his own brand. Photographs by Hélène Binet.
Italo Pertichini Unveils SLY Armchairs in New Kvadrat Fabrics for Adrenalina
Italian furniture brand Adrenalina debuted Italo Pertichini's SLY seating collection during Milan Design Week and now they've unveiled a new color palette featuring bold Kvadrat fabrics.