Trains, planes and golden noses. Milan 2013.
On Wednesday evening one of seven(!) venues was the visit the ‘most‘ creative hub where we found the Lensvelt installation to interview Studio Job (coming soon). This venue included Super Studio and a hint of Tom Dixon. To reach Studio Job we had to pass through the Museo Scienza e Tecnica di Milano to reach the cloister in the S.Ambrogio Abbey. This is the oldest railway museum in Italy, having opened in 1968.
For this particular evening fog machines were installed.
If you recall this is the transport museum where you could also find airplanes and a submarine.
Artemide provides lighting along the way.
A staging area for an upcoming ‘Design Everywhere’ Tom Dixon exhibition.
We jump in a cab for three more stops and I may only have enough battery power for three more shots.
wallpaper* & leclettico
above > The last stop was worth the walk, though no batteries to photograph a wonderful installation of [ wallpaper* handmade ]
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