Thursday, April 11, 2019

Milan Design Week: Day Two

Day Two at Milan Design Week has been bigger and better and our excitement is palpable. We have been walking around, exploring different brands, art installations, and exhibitions. Here are some of the major trends we see emerging!

Material strives to reconnect you with the past in new forms. Metal pipes become a design driver for the year.


Molteni&C unveils new designs by Vincent Van Duysen. Leather and metal pair up to bedeck fabric upholstery.



Foster+Partners reveals a table extraordinaire for Molteni&C.


Leather and wood come together to give form to rare marvels in design innovation. This chair from Molteni&C is made from a single piece of an olive tree with its leather armrest curiously stitched into the wood.


American walnut and pewter pair up to take interior decor to an all new level of sophistication.


Glass and leather make a pair hard to skip. Bedrooms in muted tones and pastel hues with leather headboards and pastel rugs contrast well with glass table and accessories that accentuate the overall look.




Koinor reveals some unprecedented sofa designs, reinstating our belief that innovation in sofa functionality never stops.


Hot pink and metal are beginning to surface as the most sought after colours of the year. Their presence is hard to miss on chairs, sofas, beds, and other furniture. Pastels and warm grey are the way to go for bedrooms. The materials palette glams up as pastel meets gold and marble.


Natuzzi flaunts the Ross Lovegrove bedroom. And unveils its new collection Ergo by the award-winning designer who believes in organic design- inspired by nature. Ergo is all about fluid and essential design that touches your soul. The collection uses renewable and recyclable materials to give the necessary push to sustainable design.


Milan Design Week brings ideas of light and furniture together. The new Pininfarina design makes you roll up your sleeves, sit back, and gaze. Murano unfurls a one-of-a-kind glass installation. Walls adorned with lights and more lights  become a statement of self expression like no other. All along the way, reminding us that we all could use more bling in our lives!





Watch this space as we cover more updates in our next post. Follow us on Instagram and use the hashtag #DesignSoGood to get the latest and the hottest design trends right on your phone.

LIVE now from Milan Design Week 2019.
April 9 to 14.



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