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NEWS FROM MILAN

May 02, 2018

Milan Design Week is jam-packed with novelties. From new designs to fresh trends, our team managed to see it all. Although a lot of designers showcased contemporary, innovative designs, we also noticed many of our manufactures decided to build upon some of their most successful designs. In this week’s newsletter, you will see some familiar pieces, reimagined.
COCO COLLECTION
OeO Studio, 2018
The Coco Collection, known for its charismatic signature design, now includes a lounge and bar chair. The chair references industrial simplicity, fashion and the Bauhaus, but the inspiration of the design comes from a desire to create a simple yet elegant chair with a minimal use of materials and tools without compromising the design and character.
IKEBANA LONG
Jaime Hayon, 2018
In 2016, Fritz Hansen Objects made its debut and the Ikebana was a breakout hit. This year, Jaime Hayon’s collection of Japanese-inspired vases has expanded to include the Ikebana Long, which provides and entirely new view of the flowers placed within it.
TS TABLE SQUARE
GamFratesi, 2018
The TS Coffee Table, originally designed for The Standard restaurant in Copenhagen, creates a sophisticated and sculptural aesthetic for any room with its signature slender legs, beautiful cross details and contrasting solid table top. Now, with the option of a square or rectangular top, this piece is even more versatile.
MULTI-LITE FLOOR
Louis Weisdorf, 1972 | 2018
Originally designed in 1972, the Multi-Lite Pendant has been reimagined in the form of a floor lamp. It embraces the golden era of Danish design with its characteristic shape and mobile shades. This lamp can be transformed into multiple combinations where the light can be directed upwards, downwards or exude an asymmetrical artistic light.
STUDIO ROSO MIRROR
Studio Roso, 2018
Expanding upon their original mirror art piece designed for Fritz Hansen, Studio Roso has added new shapes and color ways. The London-based duo has created these wall mounted pieces made of printed reflective glass that beautifully mirror the spectator.
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