After an 18-month hiatus, one of the world’s biggest design fairs, the Milan Design Week, returns with much anticipation. Whether you’re a designer, artist or otherwise, this annual event is one of the most exciting things to look forward to as there are hundreds of exhibitions, installations and showrooms to explore and get inspiration from.
This year’s event, which took place from the 5th to 10th of September at the Fiera Milano Exhibition Centre, is curated by the country’s esteemed architect Stefano Boeri, whose renowned works include the Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) a pair of sustainable residential buildings that represent urban forestation and the vertical densification of nature within the city. See below for some noteworthy moments from the exhibition.
The Versace Home collection
This collection is created as part of a collab between Donatella Versace and the famous duo of design architects: Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini. From runway to the home. the brand’s new La Greca pattern forms a jacquard that dresses furnishings, elevating the look of any room.
Additionally, the house’s signature Medusa, Barocco and Trésor de la Mer motifs give three-dimensionality to the details of sofas and chairs, coffee tables, beds and lampshades, mirrors and cabinets.