DESIGN

Milan 2014

Ugen hvor (næsten) alle er i Milano til messe, har jeg valgt at dedikere denne torsdag, som jo normalt er er #lovelocal dag, til Milano nyheder. Igennem en milliard nyhedsmails og instagram billeder, har jeg valgt mine favoritter.

Jeg er dog også nødt til, at omtale Carl Hansen & Søns samarbejde med Paul Smith. Et samarbejde der definitivt må være punktummet for fortidens designere. Jeg mener, at smide de overeksponeret striber på flere af de bedst kendte stole fra Wegner, er en skandale. Beklager venner, men stop nu.

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The week where (almost) everyone is in Milan for the fair, I have decided to dedicate this Thursday, which usually is #lovelocal day, to Milan 2014 news. From over one billion newsletters and instagram pictures, I have chosen my favourites.

However, I just have to mention Carl Hansen and Son’s collaboration with Paul Smith. A collaboration that really marks the definite final of past designers. I mean, throwing the overexposed stripes on several of the most famous chairs from Wegner is a scandal. Sorry peeps, but stop now.

 

1. German brand e15 creates a collection of floor, table, pendant and wall lamps

2. Note Design Studio creates Plateau storage unit to keep the hallway tidy

3. Fade collection by John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho

4. Bouroullec brothers to launch first fabric collection in Milan for Kvadrat

Bungalow5 Milan 2014 News by e15

Bungalow5 Milan 2014 News by Note Design Studio

Bungalow5 Milan 2014 News by John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho

Bungalow5 Milan 2014 News by Bouroullec

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Sarah
    April 10, 2014 at 14:50

    Wauw, these stripes are truly hideous ! Such a pity to cover up such a wonderful design…

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    Steffen
    April 10, 2014 at 14:53

    Så var der dem af os, der ikke kunne komme afsted pga. en licitation der skal leveres imorgen, perfekt timet.

  • Reply
    WalnutGrey
    April 16, 2014 at 17:07

    Not happy with the Paul Smith stripes! Sacrilege.

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