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Milan 2010

Milan 2010


(e)Business as Usual in Milan

(e)Business as Usual in Milan

It is at times like these that creativity is fundamental. Making designer products that are more affordable, and more available is also key.

Ventura Lambrate big success

Ventura Lambrate big success

“This has totally exceeded my expectations”, says Miriam van der Lubbe who exhibited in Milan this year in Ventura Lambrate.  The new design district, initiated by Organisation in Design (Margo Konings & Margriet...

Weltevree

Weltevree

Amidst the tall 'grassed' surrounds of the industrial exhibition space in a factory in Ventura Lambrate, Weltevree unveiled new pieces for 2010. Instead of an open display, the aim was to allow visitors to gradually...

Whatever happened to sustainability?

Whatever happened to sustainability?

Wandering around Milan this week during the Fair you would be forgiven for thinking that oil is never going to run out and climate change is but a distant and unsubstantiated threat. 

Milan Drawn Interview #3: Jorre van Ast
5 minutes in Milan with…Bertjan Pot
Wonderlamp

Wonderlamp

A steaming pot that overflows light, a wall-mounted torch, a suspended paint can pouring mid-air and a 'genie' Wonderlamp that releases a light blub perhaps when you rub it. 

When Local meets Global

When Local meets Global

The Netherlands may be a small country, but it has a dense and rich history. One that many of its home-grown or Netherlands-based designers draw from and celebrate in their work.

The Copper Collection

The Copper Collection

Design producer/curator thomas eyck introduces "the copper collection", a new collection designed by Aldo Bakker.

Milan Drawn Interview #2: BCXSY

Milan Drawn Interview #2: BCXSY

The Eindhoven-based design duo BCXSY present Join, a series of three space-dividers made from Hinoki (Japanese Cypress) at Spazio Rossana Orlandi. 

Autarky: Ode to the Grain

Autarky: Ode to the Grain

The delectable series of Autarky tableware look almost edible, but unfortunately they're not: the limestone powder and desiccated agricultural waste inside the ceramic-like dough probably wouldn't taste very...

Diversity by Nacho Carbonell

Diversity by Nacho Carbonell

Every single visitor couldn't help but be awed by the solo presentation of Nacho Carbonell entitled 'Diversity'. Hosted by Rossana Orlandi, the one-off exhibition was housed in the opulent surrounds of the exhibition...

5 minutes in Milan with…Scholten & Baijings

5 minutes in Milan with…Scholten & Baijings

Scholten & Baijings for Established & Sons: Amsterdam Armoire; Yellow, Pink, White light; Tuna, Tree, Turtle Butte

Shaped by Nature

Shaped by Nature

Sometimes an object or piece of furniture is not so much the result of a designer’s pen, computer or ingenious mind, but is determined by the materials and techniques she or he uses. And above all, nature. This is a...

Design Virus mutates into Monsters
Milan Drawn Interview #1: Studio Glithero

Milan Drawn Interview #1: Studio Glithero

For our Milan coverage this year, Design.nl has teamed up with Matylda Krzykowski from matandme.net to feature a series of 'Drawn Interviews' with Dutch Designers.