Milan Design Week 2019, Day 4: Top 3 Events You Cannot Miss!

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Milan Design Week 2019, Day 4: Top 3 Events You Cannot Miss! ⇒ Milan Design Week 2019  continues to grace the streets of Milan on this fourth day of its duration. With so many events taking place in the city at the moment it can be hard to keep track of what’s worth adding to your agenda and what’s not. As a little help to that task, CovetED Magazine gathered a list of the most important event to attend today. – Get ready, and have fun!

 


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Boca do Lobo Illubia Party 

 

Boca do Lobo

 

Boca do Lobo is a luxury furniture brand that strives to create sensational experiences with its beautiful design pieces which are passionately inspired and handcrafted in Portugal.

Their artisan’s wisdom is the soul of the company and comes from years of accumulated experience. Their promise is to always offer the best balance between design and art.

 

Boca do Lobo

 

During Milan Design Week, ‘Boca do Lobo’ is hosting the ‘Illubia Party’, which you can visit at Via Alessandro Manzoni.

 

Ochre Exhibition at Spazio Rossana Orlandi

 

Rossana Orlandi gallery

 

Rossana Orlandi, one of the design world’s most influential patrons and tastemakers, has invited Ochre to display her Milanese gallery Spazio Rossana Orlandi. Each year, her gallery presents a mix of the established and cutting-edge, all styled in her creative, unusual way.

It’s an unmissable show that draws in the design cognoscenti during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile furniture and design week.

 

Ochre

 

You can visit this stunning Ochre lighting exhibition at the Rossana Orlandi gallery located on Via Matteo Bandello, between the 14th and 16th in Milan.

 

Breeze of Light

 

Image Credits: designboom

 

Nendo has teamed up with Daikin for Milan design week 2019 for the creation of the ‘Breeze of Light’ installation.

The project is based on the concept of ‘invisible air’ and aims to provide visitors with a unique spatial experience that offers an opportunity to ‘experience insight what we can only feel in real life.’

 

Image Credits: Takumi Ota

 

Come see this stunning exhibition made out of 17000 flowers at Via Vigevano 18, in Milan.

 


See Also:

COVETED PRESENTS THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2019

COLOUR TREND 2019: BE INSPIRED BY NEO MINT DESIGNS


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