SALONE DEL MOBILE 2019
Today, we’re looking at the highlights from this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, showing until April 14th.
Miu Miu + M/M Paris E-Stool
Collaborating with M/M (Paris), Miu Miu offers M/MATCHING COLORSTOOL, a game-like stool fashioned from linden wood. Part puzzle, part art piece, the stool is inspired by the customizability, personality and playfulness of MIU MIU’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection.
The COLORSTOOL is limited to 300 pieces and will be sold in bespoke packaging at MIU MIU’s flagship store. The display at Teatro Gerolamo will be on display until April 14th.
21 Via Sant’Andrea
Piazza Cesare Beccaria 8
Conifera, presented by COS, is a 3D-printed architectural installation by London-based French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani and his eponymous studio. The work, a site-specific piece composed of renewable materials, is situated in Palazzo Isimbardi and will be open to the public until April 14th.
Corso Monforte 35
Canada Goose – Nomad Capsule
Canada Goose’s showing in Milan, Nomad, is inspired by the rains of Japan. A capsule collection, it offers four styles designed to protect urban adventurers from the cold, wet and unpredictable nature of springtime weather. Developed in collaboration with GORE-TEX, the jackets endeavour to bring stylish and comfortable protection to the explorers of today.
A show featuring both the jackets and a sound presentation by Japanese designer Kouichi Okamoto entitled 50 Words for Rain is on display until April 14th.
Via Savona 37
Dornbracht “Is Memory Data?”
The debut of the Dornbracht Research Lab, “Is Memory Data?”, uses water as its interface. It seeks to link technology and humanity, in the process bridging physical and virtual experiences. Among the show’s immersive digital experiences are “Energetic Recovery System” and “Hyper Fountain”, developed by Mike Meiré together with the Dornbracht Research Lab.
Foscarini Spazio Brera
Via Fiori Chiari 28
Rimowa’s trademark aluminium case design has been repurposed for this exhibition, executed by Spanish designer Guillermo Santomá. By wrapping a car in Rimowa cases, the piece pays homage to both the American west coast and a historic love and appreciation for travel.
The show, entitled GAS, is part of a collaboration with contemporary art magazine and creative studio Kaleidoscope. GAS will be on display until April 14th at Spazio Maiocchi.
Via Maiocchi 7
The Dimore Studio name has been gaining steam recently, and for good reason – the duo of Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran consistently makes waves with their playful yet elegant approach to interior design. For this year’s Salone Del Mobile, they collaborated with Dior for a 14-piece collection including vases, trays, frames and more.
DIMORESTUDIO for DIOR will be on display until April 14th.
DIMORESTUDIO for DIOR
Casa degli Atellani
Corso Magenta 65
Bulgari x Tomas Saraceno
Bulgari and Tomás Saraceno are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the B.zero1 ring by taking over both the Ulrico Hoepli Planetarium and the neighbouring Indro Montanelli Park for a piece entitled Weaving the Cosmos. Using Saraceno’s trademark grand style, the brand explores its connection to the worlds of design, art and science.
Planetario Ulrico Hoepli
Corso Venezia 57
20121 Milan, Italy
For its new Jil Sander+ collections, the brand is debuting seasonal lines of outerwear meant for life outside of the city. In this spirit comes Adjacent Field, a work celebrating the flora and fauna of Milan by bringing it to the fore. The piece was conceived by Melbourne-based artist Linda Tegg and features succulents, ivy, wild sage and more.
Adjacent Field will be on view until April 14.
Via Luca Beltrami 5
Gucci has opened its doors to a temporary Décor store in Milan to coincide with this week’s Salone del Mobile. For sale is the brand’s home collection, including porcelains, furniture and restored antiques.
The space is decorated with Gucci patterns and prints, and the temporary store in Milan will remain open until June. #GucciDecor is open.
19 Via Santo Spirito
Since 2012, Louis Vuitton has worked with designers and studios from around the world to develop a diverse collection of furniture and décor objects made by some of the world’s most innovative designers and studios. This year, the collection boasts forty-five pieces, including ten new additions like Anemona Table by Atelier Biagetti and Bulbo chair by Campana brothers, which is pictured above.
The collection is on view until April 14th.
Corso Venezia 16
More information about Salone del Mobile is available here.