Once a year the international design crowd flocks to Milan, Italy for one of the most important and exciting events of the year – The Salone del Mobile from April 17 – 22!
The ones interested in the big brands like Moroso, B&B Italia, Valcucine or Crassevig (we’ve worked with for our swing at Hotel Savoy Grado) should visit the Official Salone in Rho while the ones who love hunting for new trends, ideas, products and prototypes should roam around the various districts of Milan like Brera, Tortona or Ventura … and this is exactly what we love about Milan Design Week! New faces, new ideas and cool new products hidden everywhere around town waiting to be discovered!
- Isola Design District (guide)
Emerging creatives and sensational installations overflow in the Isola Design District, dedicated to this year’s theme of “Rethinking Material”, an exploration into the versatile experimentation of materials.
- 5VIE (guide)
The 5VIE district celebrates its 5th year with Fuorisalone and the 2018 edition is expected to impress, flaunting everything from product design to artistic experimentation.
- Ventura Centrale and Ventura Future
For those who haven’t been following the latest Milan Design Week news, the flourishing district of
Ventura Lambrate is no more. 2018 will see the return of the creative group in Ventura Centrale and Ventura Future near the Piola metro station and between Lambrate and the Central Station.
- Brera Design District (guide)
Brera makes its return to Milan Design Week with “Be Human: Designing with Empathy”, the theme for the district now in its ninth edition.
- Tortona Design District
Now in its third edition, Tortona Rocks, in the Porta Genova area, lights up with the work of international design.
- Porta Venezia in Design
Uniting food & wine, Art Nouveau architecture, and design, “Porta Venezia in Design” makes its sixth appearance at this year’s Fuorisalone
Themed itinerarie can be found at fuorisalone.it – See you somewhere around in Milan next week! There is so much to discover…
Images: Edil Social Network, dailydesignnews.com, Milano.carpediem