MDW (The Milan Design Week) seems to be ever-growing. Every year, more talent appears, more venues, more exhibitions. It is without a doubt the most popular celebration of style, innovation and creativity, held annually. But also, it has become increasingly difficult, to navigate it in its entirety.

There are numerous exhibitions and installations, events and pop-ups, held anywhere, from galleries to buildings that have fallen in disrepair, from palazzos, to gardens and plazas.

Here are some of the highlights, of this year’s Milan Design Week.

 

EDITION 2, BODEM by BRUT collective of emerging Belgian designers. From left: Casted Objects – brute, excavated works by Bram Vanderbeke. Element 1 and 2, Studies in mass of the Chaud Paper Composite by Charlotte Jonckheer. High Section – architectural shelve by Linde Freya Tangelder DESTROYERS / BUILDERS.  New Primitives – Side Table by Bram Vanderbeke. The Relic of Time by Nel Verbeke. Photo by Eline Willaert.

 

 

From the Feathers rug collection by Maarten De Ceulaer for CC-Tapis.

 

The debut of Dimoremilano: the new brand comprising furniture, fabric, object and outdoor collections by Dimore studio at the ex Cinema Arti in Via Pietro Mascagni 8.
Installation view by Paola Pansini.

 

The debut of Dimoremilano: the new brand comprising furniture, fabric, object and outdoor collections by Dimore studio at the ex Cinema Arti in Via Pietro Mascagni 8. The new fabric collection was rvealed in a sequence of small rooms in another building, featuring photos by Andrea Ferrari.
Installation view by Paola Pansini.

 

 

The Shirudo tables by Elisa Honkanen for Mingardo.

 

 

JOIN by Norwegian Presence. From left: Vestre’s cycle rack Cycle, designed by Sanna Lindström;
Tron Meyer’s sculpture Varde; Marte Frøystad’s table Join Me; Erik Wester’s Volume Vases and the lamp Alter, designed by Stine Aas. Styling by Kråvivk&D’Orazio, photo  by Trine Hisdal.

 

Scenografica ceramic tile collection by Cristina Celestino for Fornace Brioni. Photo by Mattia Balsamini.

 

The Sister Hotel (Opening: autumn 2019 on Via Scaldasole 7) by entrepreneur Mauro Orlandelli, founder of the holistic Six project, and art director Samuele Savio.
Photo © Alberto Strada .

 

New series of objects by Federica Elmo, Odd Matter and Studiopepe for Bloc studios.
Photo by Carl Kleiner.

 

Noctambule collection of blown glass lamps by Konstantin Grcic for FLOS.
photo by Santi Caleca.

 

Noctambule collection of blown glass lamps by Konstantin Grcic for FLOS.
photo by Santi Caleca.

 

Echo Pavilion by Chilean architecture duo Pezo von Ellrichshausen at Palazzo Litta. Photo by Mauricio Pezo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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