These days, Milan Design Week is on the lips of every design aficionado and we wouldn’t expect less rumor from one of the best design events in the whole world. After 5 full days of trends, eye-catching furniture and spectacular events all over the beautiful Italian city, the sought-after Design Week has come to an end. There’s only one day left and plenty to see, but if you’re in a hurry, here are 5 of the best things the event has to offer!
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Bang & Olufsen artsy wall piece speaker
Tech designers out there have started to better integrate the pieces we can no longer live without. The same is true for the Scandinavians at Bang & Olufsen, who made a geometric wall puzzle from cube shaped soundspeakers, so you can have a dazzling wall piece who secretly plays your favourite music!
Tom Dixon’s new collection
From designer Tom Dixon’s new collection, one piece that really caught our eye was the Cut Collection, featuring a series of pendants which cast a kaleidoscopic reflection on the walls due to their mirror finish. But more importantly, we should watch this designer because he’s about to launch a collaboration with IKEA, making his designs available to everyone.
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Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades
The iconic fashion brand ventured into interior design as well and this year you should look out for chairs designed for the patio and lounge area. Needless to say, life as seen by Vuitton is quite relaxing!
Campana Brother’s Bisazza Cementiles
Inspired by Brazil, the designer’s native country, and by the beautiful look of the agate geode stones, the ceramic tile collection reminds everyone of the beauty of mineral elements. Nature really does create beauty and its intricate natural models should be present in our homes, so we salute the initiative!
Milan Design Week wouldn’t be complete without the vibrating events scattered all over Milan. Since it’s the last day, maybe you won’t catch any of the interesting talks, workshops or prototyping demonstrations, but the IKEA Festival – Let’s Make Room For Life should still be on your must see list!
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