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Milan Design Week 2018

posted: May 2018

The team were keen to explore ‘hot-ticket’ shows such as Edra’s fairground style stand, and Arper’s outstandingly creative mix of colour and words. David Rockwell’s Diner for Surface Magazine created in a under station tunnel in Ventura Centrale used Dolly Parton as a soundtrack to a high-style interior experience celebrating classic American restaurant design.

Mentally stimulating yellow colour at Arper (left) and Rockwell’s Americana diner (centre and right)

Mentally stimulating yellow colour at Arper (left) and Rockwell’s Americana diner (centre and right)

 

Simple yet beautiful

The team were struck by the superb curation and execution of a relatively simple idea and product by the decorative paper-maker Haru

 

Haru sticks colour on surfaces to change a space

Haru sticks colour on surfaces to change a space

Tech-time

Unexpected experiences also grabbed their attention: Sony Design’s Hidden Senses presented new tech in an accessible format with designers talking through their products and interactive displays that encouraged play. Read more about how Sony went about designing their show here 

 

Driven to transform the everyday into something more extraordinary, Sony’s informal exhibition of new sensory tech for our daily lives

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