Why we are taking part in milan design week

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Milan Design Week is the world’s stand out event for creativity.

Both at the Salone del Mobile fair and in the city at Fuorisalone, there is a buzz in the air, where everything that’s new in the world of design is showcased through the various exhibitions.

It is the most important moment for finding out what’s going on in the interior design, design, architecture and even fashion sectors. They have one main objective… they want to wow their visitors!


Last year we took part in the Instituto Cervantes with the Appartamento Spagnolo exhibition, developed by the DWA architecture studio, together with eleven other Spanish companies with a Mediterranean flavour.

It was a truly unique experience, and the finishing touch was created by the architect Patricia Urquiola, with her magnificent colloquium.



This time we will be there from April 17 to 22 in a Lombard-Gothic style church from the late 19th century, thanks to the initiative of two creative geniuses: Bodo Sperlein and Francesca Ballini.

The exhibition is called Illuminata, which gives away more than a hint of detail about the transcendental aesthetic generated by the colourful stained-glass windows of the Chiesa, at Via Marco de Marchi, 9. It is a space of almost 300 m² which includes a magical garden of 1,000 m².



Our star product will be the pictorial murals in our various different qualities, which will create an aisle between landscapes and abstract and contemporary geometric shapes on both sides of the central nave of the church. It will be a unique panorama at the foot of the church’s pointed windows.


An intelligent use of shadows

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