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alce e cane nello stand di Meritalia a Rho Fiera Milano

Did you see the monkey?

Because of the oddity of the creations by Gaetano Pesce and Fabio Novembre, Meritalia is not one of the stands I’m often visiting, but because of a “friendly” oddity this…

Ransmeier – turning stool

Despite the fact that I find Established & Sons vain and futile, “Revolver” the stool designed by Leon Ransmeier, is one of the pieces on show during the MIlan’s furniture…

Hope Luceplan

Light games

When the “Salone del Mobile” arrives everyone knows “novelties” are on their way, the odd thing is that “novelties” never come alone, (despite the secrecy of the companies and the…

Sleek thin layered materials Seats

Three chairs, with a common style: simplicity, not just visually, but going down to materials, oak, ash, raw wool, leather, all disposed in thin layers; nothing to hide, a frame…

Richard Ginori

During the hectic days of the “salone del mobile”, visiting the Richard Ginori exhibition at the Ex Ansaldo space, couldn’t be anything but a pleasure. This ample space, was offering…


This beautiful lamp produced by Rotaliana recalls the warm feeling old chinese paper lanterns, even the delicate glow of a firefly. The choice of the material allows you to have…

Moooi’s windows

A see trough maze, full of windows and corners was laid out for the exhibition. From the wallpapers to the carpets, the whole space was wrapped with the Moooi style….

Delft blue collection 2008

  This is the result of the collaboration between Marcel Wanders and Royal Delft, for Moooi.

Fuori Salone 2006

The very best of Milan’s furniture fair is what you see during the design week, outside the fairgrounds, the “Fuori salone”. Young designers looking for companies, new companies trying to…

Post Mortem

This year the subject developed by the students from the “Design Academy of Eindhoven” was a difficult one, most of us fear death, but the tabu surrounding the “post mortem”…