Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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 Salone del Mobile.Milano 2017 - ADV campaign

It is that time of year again, when hundred of thousands interior designers, architects, or simply people passionate about design gather in Milan from allover the world.
Il Salone del Mobile, also called Design Week, already in its 56th edition, will start April 4th and will continue till April 9th.

I have reported many times about this fantastic week of design and you can search my Blog for different articles on I Saloni, so stay tuned...I will post again my own pictures while there.

And then there is the Fuori Salone, (or Outside Salone) with hundreds of installations and events around the city, so many happenings, day and night, to follow... to the point that even if exhilarated I am already overwhelmed by the calendar.
 Many events will take place in historic buildings with the juxtaposition of classic architecture and contemporary furniture, what not to love?

 Palazzo Litta 

 Palazzo Turati courtyard

 Palazzo Turati inside

The most difficult task at this point is to edit and edit and edit, since every day and every evening there are at least 30 places where I should or I would like to be at the same time.
I don't have that gift...yet, so I need to decide in advance where to go and of course leave some space for spontaneous decisions.
This year I am also particularly interested in being there also for the launch of new lines of furniture by Scarlet Splendour who I represent as an ambassador.
The new creations will be launched at the iconic showroom of Rossana Orlandi...

but that is another story and another post!

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1 comment:

Monica Reyes said...

Thanks for posting these marvellous pictures. The marriage of art and architecture that your discerning eye captures is a balm of pleasure to view and one that I certainly enjoy.

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