MILAN DESIGN WEEK
On the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2021 we invite you to discover the latest collections of the mono-brand stores operated by Interni.
The Arclinea flagship store in Via Durini 7 presents the new project Thea and the novelties of the Collection designed and coordinated by Antonio Citterio.
Thanks to a series of details and project choices added by Antonio Citterio to the extreme practicality and aesthetic minimalism typical of handle-free kitchens, Thea enables the design of both Wet and Show kitchens. This well-defined concept is in line with the trend that sees the kitchen divided into two distinct yet complementary zones: the former with focus on work, the latter conceived for the living area.
Inspired by the theme "Forme dell’Abitare", Arredo3 re-arranges its store in Via Solferino creating a path that invites the visitor to a systemic environmental awareness and sensitivity, from the study of materials and finishes to the different collections and compositions, until the practice of reusing food waste in the kitchen. The guiding principle is flexibility: wide modularity and customization to meet the needs of a new contemporary home living.
Set within the emotive scenography designed by Calvi Brambilla, Ceccotti Collezioni flagship store in Via Durini 23 unveils their new armchair T-Bone and its side-table Árbol, both designed by Jaime Hayon. The binomial armchair and side-table are presented in different finishes to evoke a new mood each time, representing their chameleon-like and eclectic personalities.
Exteta opens its new flagship store in via Turati 6. The physical space showcases the new collections designed by contemporary signatures Paola Navone and Massimo Castagna alongside a re-edition of Franco Albini's timeless products. In the external courtyard, the exclusive capsule collection The Delight Chairs – Loro Piana Interiors by Exteta - enhances the narration of the new store.
Falper flagship store in Via Pontaccio 10 presents the new Minimum collection designed by Victor Vasilev, reconfirming the collaboration and the stylistic affinity between the brand and the designer. Also presented for the first time live at the event are the latest collections designed by Andrea Federici and Victor Vasilev, introduced during 2021.
Ivano Redaelli atelier in Via Durini 17 presents its new collection trends, where its iconic pieces are embellished with new moods, fabrics and finishing. Textile collections accompany the new trendy colours and sensational materials.
The flagship store in Via Melchiorre Gioia 6/8 – revamped for the occasion – gives the public an exclusive first look at its latest products and new finishes. Three new beds and a sofa, in addition to a series of innovations in the bedroom system department: ranging from the new tongue-and-groove door to the glass side panel for hinged door wardrobes; from accessories to interior finishes. The fabric selection has also been completely overhauled, to go with existing or new finishes.
The new Spazio EDRA is located on the 2nd floor of the Interni Design Factory in Via Turati 8. More than 450 sqm completely dedicated to the timeless beauty and unique shapes of the sophisticated Edra collection. Spazio EDRA is an absolute container, exportable anywhere, a dematerialized and neutral space where the quality of the products and the universality of use that characterized the collection are presented with rigor and elegance. The quality of the product display offers a unique experience, which acts on the five senses.
Interni Design Factory in Via Turati 8 presents its rooftop terrace, dedicated to RODA, italian company specialized in outdoor furniture. Surrounded by Milan’s suggestive architecture, the terrace offers a real, outdoor design experience. Through a selection of iconic collections and new products, it is possible to experience the history of RODA, which for over 30 years has furnished with elegance and style the most exclusive outdoor spaces. (photo credits: Matteo Cremonini)
Versace presents its new collection of furniture and home accessories created thanks to a collaboration between Donatella Versace and the most famous duo of architects and designers: Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini. The design of the collection is the fruit of research into the history of the fashion house, its shows, its icons, and the themes and graphic elements that distinguish the philosophy of this couturier. The stylistic elements of the Versace brand are reinterpreted in a conceptual key such as the Greca meander: broken down and recomposed, it forms an iconic jacquard pattern dressing furnishings like a monogram, and provides the backdrop for some of the rooms in the Milan Flagship store in Via Durini 11.