corallo brings on stage a suggestive screening room on rails, an unexpected and evocative place, an authentic traveling salon inside a historic tram from 1928, reinvented in a contemporary way by cristina celestino and italian textile brand rubelli. the project is inspired by the theme of the journey, as an experience with dream and surreal overtones, that the designer carries within a d’antan cinema set up.
during the salone, to anticipate the legacy exhibition, sara ricciardi will reveal something of the magic and beauty of schloss hollenegg. the italian designer has captured details of the castle, intertwining them with its rich history to create a playful and interactive show. arcadia, the mythical land where man finds tranquillity and peace, outside the realm of civilization, will explore the importance of heritage, in personal and collective terms, looking both at the past and at the future.
the cappellini lounge at cappellini point will feature an installation dedicated to s.pellegrino‘s first design project, created in collaboration with giulio capellini. three international designers— neri&hu, steven haulenbeek, and philippe nigro will each conceive a different label for a limited-edition series titled the journey of water.
palm springs-based artist phillip k smith sculptural installation with london-based fashion brand cos is an ever-changing individual experience. the installation is inspired by italian renaissance architecture and cos’ minimalism.
at salone del mobile 2018, wonderglass presents its kosmos, a shimmering universe of glass featuring new collections from ronan and erwan bouroullec and fornasetti as well as wonderlab’s collaborations with dan yeffet and studiopluz.
experience swarovski at palazzo serbelloni‘s hidden courtyard. inside a custom-built greenhouse, enjoy pop-up daniel’s café and a retail shop where visitors can purchase its atelier collections and jewelry in addition to showing off its new home collections by the likes of nendo, john pawson, and patricia urquiola.
from 17-22 april the doors of loft, a beautiful milanese gallery space, and futurdome, the former meeting place of the futurist movement, become home for a demonstration of the future epoch of design.
the french fashion brand returns to palazzo bocconi with its objets nomades collection of travel-inspired objects. highlights include a patchwork leather vase by fernando & humberto campana, and a new collaboration with hong kong-based designer andré fu.
alcova will host over 20 exhibitors, and experimentation is guaranteed as these include young collectives such as also known as, renowned designers such as gijs bakker, hans maier aichen and buro belén, reinterpreted craftwork and italian traditions from bloc studios and architetti artigiani anonimi.
british designer, lee broom returns to brera with observatory, the first in a three phase launch throughout the year. the collection of celestial lighting; eclipse, orion, aurora and tidal – utilize led technology.