|This year, Italy’s main design showcase will take place in September, following the cancelation of Milan’s Salone del Mobile back in April.|
Milano Re-Design City, will run from 28 September to 10 October 2020, and many top designer furniture brands will be represented there.
The name of the event, Milano Re-Design City, underlines the driving force of design in the city in this phase of rebirth following the lockdown.
After a spring and summer of online only launches, the event promises to be a great opportunity for the industry to get together again and share ideas.
Organised by Interni magazine, it’s all part of Designer’s Week 2020. It is designed to create a network of appointments, presentations, conferences, real and virtual debates that will take place across the showrooms and galleries of Milan.
With this event, Interni “reignites the creative spirit of Milan and promotes a program of communication that spreads and amplifies projects, opinions, stories, products, ideas and the people who generate them”.
It is an opportunity to relaunch the city of Milan after a tough year, so that furniture designers and manufacturers have the chance to present all their new ideas that were meant to be introduced earlier this year.
The event will have a particular focus on sustainability and the circular economy. The city is all set to come back to life with an urban event dedicated to design, culture and innovation.
The city of Milan is currently looking for creative ideas to promote the event. Until the end of July, companies and associations as well as public and private entities may present proposals for projects and initiatives across Milan. These will focus on the development of the culture of design and thought, as well as the re-design of public spaces and new urban mobility.
Those who will become part of the “Milano Design City” program will be able to enjoy the patronage of the Municipality of Milan as well as be an integral part of the communication and promotion activities of the event.
We hope to see you there!
Today sees the beginning of this year’s 100% Design – the largest and longest-running design trade event for industry professionals in the UK.
The event has been an established highlight of the calendar for 25 years and forms a major part of the London Design Festival.
Step into London’s Olympia and you will be greeted by myriad stands showcasing the very best in designer furnishings, interior design, creative lighting and more.
But that’s not all. There are a host of speakers covering diverse subjects such as experiential retail, architectural design, sustainability, colour and wellbeing.
Although you would be advised to plan your visit in advance to ensure you see the brands and meet the people on your agenda, there is something to be said for allowing some time to wander.
Today, I stumbled upon several new brands and even found myself engaged at a talk about Lego. Not something I had planned to see, but I am glad I did.
100% Design runs until 21st September.
Tickets are available from 100percentdesign.co.uk
Salone del Mobile 2019, part of Milan Design Week and the biggest event in the design calendar opens tomorrow. There are on average over 330,000 attendees every year from 165 different nations, and this year’s event looks set to be as important as ever.
The shows tentacles spread further than ever from the exhibition halls at the heart of iSalone, and many previews are already to be found around the myriad showrooms of Milan.
This year marks the 58th edition of the show which runs between the 9th and the 14th April. It was founded in 1961 to promote Italian furniture and rapidly went from strength to strength, to become the huge industry attraction it is today.
Milan Design Week 2018 begins today, 17th April and runs through to 22nd with more than 300,000 expected visitors from over 165 different countries.
It features a number of world famous design events and exhibitions including Salone Del Mobile, the annual worldwide furniture fair and Fuorisalone – which takes place across Milan.
It’s an opportunity for the industry to come together to show, discuss and be inspired by the latest designs.
This year there are a number of premium fashion brands also joining the party, with names such as Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Marni.
Fashion houses launching homewares is a trend that we have seen in recent years, and this year sees even more luxury brands showing what they have to offer with their own premium furnishings.
Milan Design Week 2018 promises to be an unmissable. We’d love to hear your thoughts about this year’s event.
What a week it has been with events celebrating the very best in design at the London Design Festival.
As well as many of the established names we represent, it was great to discover some new talent, and make connections with designers and makers from across the UK. Dean Ford, our marketing director, was there to meet with friends old and new. We hope to bring you new products, premium furnishings and collaborations in the near future!
With a few more days still to go, it’s not too late to enjoy London Design Festival for yourself.