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Scatenata, a tribute to the chain.

“Scatenata” is an exhibition dedicated to the chain, regarded as the most recurrent and cross-sectional element in the history of jewellery. Its links have inspired goldsmiths, artists, designers, stylists and…


Minrl @ Milan Design Week 2016

minrl, jewels for the body and the home. Minrl: Jewels for the body – and the home – created using artisan techniques with a focus on sustainability. Minrl is the…


Creative Workout

The pilates Gym “Studio 51” hosts the exhibition and shopping event: Creative Workout, with the participation of minrl handcrafts, Lauz65, Little treats – ec Frammenti 



Series of vases by Bilge Nur Saltik that transform the image of a single flower into a kaleidoscopic composition, full of colours, reflections and details to admire and discover. The vases…



2016/ makes contemporary porcelain using the specialist skills found in the pottery town of Arita, Japan. Local artistry is combined with international design talent in the making of desirable, everyday…


Tulip by Minrl

“Tulip” by minrl is the reinterpretation of a disposable ice cream spoon. Playing on its transformation through the use of a noble material such as silver.

Marble Pixels

50 pixelated* marble pannels, the connection between the prehistoric and the digital man, embraced by the highest aesthetic sense. In this performance Paolo Ulian, brings to life a beautiful binary floral composition, made…



This installation by Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham of Snarkitecture was commissioned by Cos for Milan’s design week 2015. An immersive environment from 30,000 strips of white fabric, hanging from the ceiling…



With just under 70 exhibitors attending, including 31 designers, 32 Austrian companies and five students from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Graz University of Technology, Vienna University of Technology…


Plat tou by Andreu Carulla

This tray produced by Syouryu and designed by: Andreu Carulla is handmade in Japan of laminated tin, and it’s surprisingly flexible. It can be folded and thus “transformed” into various objects with different uses:…