Salone del Mobile.Milan has come to a close for another year. A massive show in a beautiful, historic city with so much to see it is impossible to cast your eyes over everything.
So accepting the reality of what was possible and getting into the Italian spirit, we imagine Salone del Mobile Milan as a hot, bubbling, baked lasagne. Made up of many layers, each painstakingly prepared and assembled from the first layer of fresh pasta to the finale - chunks of stringy mozzarella placed haphazardly yet with intent. Despite all this gooey scrumptiousness, if we were all honest the best part of the whole dish are the crispy bits around the edge that you scrape off with a knife in the kitchen when everyone has gone. This year we went in search of these delicious byproducts of the lasagne, feast on these tasty morsels.
Hand Folded Lamp 7
By Piet Hein Eek at Spazio Rosanna Orlandi
at Spazio Rosanna Orlandi
Installation at Galleria Carla Sozzani
Piet Hein Eek
A selection of the Piet Hein Eek hand folded lamps
Functional art making sure conversation at a dinner party will never be strained.
High res 3D printing creates intrieuging wall art
The Dechem Banasky pendant lights were stunning, the combination of smokey charcoals and shades of pink quartz along side bright shiny copper works so well.
Kris Ruhs - The Magic Poetry of the Hanging Garden
Installation at 10 Corso Como
Art and Beauty
In many mediums