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ANDRÉS REISINGER

TAKE OVER NEW YORK

pop-up and art installation, 14 Prince Street NEW YORK

12th—14th July 2024

To Celebrate The Launch of Hourglass's Unreal Liquid Blush, Reisinger Brings His Surreal Digital Artwork Into Reality During A Three-Day Pop-Up.

Hourglass, a cruelty-free luxury brand, announces a collaboration with one of the world’s most sought-after visual artists and designers, Andrés Reisinger, for an art installation that merges the digital and physical realms and invites people to experience the unreal in real life.

ALIAS

ALWAYS “SOMETHING ELSE”

GRUMELLO DEL MONTE, BERGAMO

2024

Marking its 45th anniversary, the Italian design brand Alias presents the new collections by Daniel Rybakken, Alfredo Häberli, Patrick Norguet and the new finishes of existing products. Alias continues to explore its founding philosophy encapsulated in the poetics of “Something Else” that defines its dual nature, combining functionality and creative experimentation, towards the formation of a multifaceted DNA.

SPRING STUDIOS

‘ODE TO REBIRTH’ EXHIBITION,

Spring Studios | Via Tortona 37, MILAN

28.06.2024—14.07.2024

Monday—Friday | 3PM—6PM

By appointment: rsvp@springstudios.com

Spring Studios presents its project ODE.An ode is a type of structured lyrical poem that praises a person, place, thing, or idea with deep emotion and admiration.Spring Studios' ODE is a creative uprising that celebrates the extraordinary with absolute freedom. It’s a ‘thank you’ to those who dare and wonder, and a personal beacon of hope for us who believe that creativity is the light in the darkness.The first chapter is ‘ODE to Rebirth’ – where creativity is reborn.Twelve talents, twelve unique visions on Rebirth, all captured in a limited edition publication and in an exhibition.

TROUBLE

15 rue Hippolyte Lebas, Paris

Opening Hours:

Tuesday—Saturday

5PM—12AM

Closed Sunday and Monday

TROUBLE is the new cave à manger to try in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Velvet benches, sleek black tables, wooden stools echoing the wall coverings: while the atmosphere is refined, the welcome is warm and convivial. Behind the marble counter, the heart of the place, Nicolas uncorks bottles non-stop. Next to him, Stefano creates ephemeral dishes in the open kitchen. Outside, guests enjoy the good weather at typically Parisian bistrot tables and Drucker chairs, sipping on a glass of natural wine and savoring small plates crafted by the chef according to the seasons and his imagination.

PALAZZO MONTI

THE NEW 1000 MIGLIA PRIZES, DESIGNED BY SABINE MARCELIS

BRESCIA

JUNE 2024

Palazzo Monti is pleased to present the new cups and medals for the 42nd edition of the prestigious 1000 Miglia vintage car race, designed by Sabine Marcelis under the curation of Edoardo Monti. For the third consecutive year, 1000 Miglia collaborates with the Brescia artist residency and the renowned Dutch talent, a synergy that combines tradition and contemporaneity, art, design and the automotive world, and celebrates human relationships in the profession, from the union of the pilot and co-pilot, to the friendship between Monti and Marcelis.

ANDRÉS REISINGER

‘Science Fiction Design: From Space Age to Metaverse’

AT Vitra Design Museum — Schaudepot

Opening hours:

18 May 2024 – 11 May 2025

10AM—6PM

The argentine visual artist and designer Andrés Reisinger has been entrusted with the creative direction of the Vitra Design Museum Schaudepot new show ‘Science Fiction Design: From Space Age to Metaverse’, curated by Susanne Graner and Nina Steinmüller. The exhibition delves in the fascinating dialogue between science fiction and design: over 100 objects from the museum’s collection are staged in a futuristic display by Reisinger, alongside selected works from the realms of film and literature. Altogether, they present a range of examples from the early twentieth century to the so-called Space Age of the 1960s and ’70s, and even further to recent design objects that have been conceived exclusively for the virtual worlds of the metaverse.

BUCCELLATI

[At Venice Art Biennale] Oficine 800, Fondamenta di S. Biagio 800

OPENING HOURS:

18th April –18th June 2024
From 11AM to 7PM
Free admission
upon registration here

Hosted from April 18th to June 18th, 2024, the exhibition, conceived creatively and realised by Balich Wonder Studio, curated for jewellery and silverware by Alba Cappellieri, retraces the distinctive themes of Buccellati's creations, highlighting the mastery and preciousness of the 'classic'. The exhibition looks at products, significant events, and inspirations that have shaped the history of the Maison, dividing them into four distinct themes that focus on the craftsmanship of its most famous creations.

NILUFAR

Viale Lancetti, 34

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

The ‘Time Traveler’ exhibition weaves together the cutting-edge works of contemporary talents with the enduring masterpieces by design legends of the past. In addition new creations from the Open Edition range are unveiled.

Contemporary artists with new solo shows include Andrés Reisinger and Analogia Project and focuses on works by Allegra Hicks, Lucia Massari, Objects of Common Interest, Ranieri. Exhibited are also new pieces by Filippo Carandini, John Brevard, Martino Gamper, Vikram Goyal, Etereo, Robinson Ferreux, Hechizoo, Anestis Michalis, Claude Missir, Rebecca Moses, Federica Perazzoli, Niccolò Spirito, studioutte, Jonathan Trayte, Osanna Visconti and Bethan Laura Wood together with vintage pieces by Gabriella Crespi and Brazilian masters. One also finds on display new Open Edition creations by Filippo Carandini, Lucia Ippolito, Ryuichi Kozeki, Rebecca Moses, MSK, The Great Design Disaster and Federica Perazzoli along with pieces from the existing catalog.

NILUFAR

Via della Spiga, 32

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

Contemporary artists with new solo shows include Maarten de Ceulaer (Nilufar 25mq), Draga & Aurel(Chez Nina). Exhibited are also new pieces by Joe Armitage, Arthur Duff, Gal Gaon, Irene Goldberg, Anna Karlin, Christian Pellizzari, Lola Montes Schnabel together with American Vintage pieces from the Sixties. On display also new Open Edition creations by Gupica, Anna Karlin, Federico Peri along with pieces from the existing catalog.

ANDRÉS REISINGER

[At Nilufar] Viale Lancetti, 34

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

The digital artist and designer stages the experiential exhibition '12 Chairs for Meditation', occupying the atrium of Nilufar’s Viale Lancetti venue. Reisinger crafts a theatrical narrative encouraging visitors to partake in introspective meditation. Curated by the artist and Nina Yashar, the exhibition unveils a new collection of chairs and a striking site-specific mosaic accompanied by a bespoke musical piece composed by Reisinger himself.

RANIERI

[At Nilufar] Viale Lancetti, 34

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

The Campanian firm, renowned for its artisanal mastery in transforming volcanic rock into cutting-edge art, architecture, and interior design, unveils 'METEORA', a site-specific installation for Nilufar Viale Lancetti’s Garden. The large artwork, envisioned by Ranieri's creative directors, architects and designers Francesco Meda and David Lopez Quincoces, serves as a majestic enticement to delve into the surprising realm of lava stone and its unconventional craftsmanship by the company.

ALLEGRA HICKS

[At Nilufar] Viale Lancetti, 34

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

The artist and designer displays ‘Metamorphosis’, an expansive new collection for Nilufar: intended as a whole environment in the shade of greens and bronze, the pieces develop from the exploration into materials and craft. A thoughtful investigation of transformation, where softness and hardness blend into one another, pay homage to tradition, engaging in a conversation with women's activities from the past.  

BUCCELLATI

Via Monte Napoleone, 23

Opening Hours:
16th—28th April
11AM—5PM

The high jewelry Maison introduces the new ‘Tahiti Picnic Baskets’, resulting from the collaboration with Patricia Urquiola and enriching the famous line Tahiti, conceived in the 1960s by the Maison Buccellati and characterized by the discerning crafting of silver and bamboo. The items are unveiled at the new silver boutique, opened in the court of Palazzo Gavazzi.

NUOVA GROUP

[At Via Stampa Bistrot] Via Stampa, 8

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
9.30AM—12.30PM
3.30PM—6.30PM
Upon registration

A solo exhibition of the California-based research and innovation luxury design practice, and the first ever time-travel portal. The fully immersive installation invites guests on an experiential voyage through time and space. NUOVA Group curates a takeover of the Milanese bistrot Via Stampa with furniture, lighting, tailored garments, fragrance, music, gastronomy and theater, each choreographed to 1971 Americana specifications.

POLTRONA FRAU

Via Alessandro Manzoni, 30

Opening Hours:
10th—13th April
10AM—7PM

14th April
10AM—7PM

16th—20th April
9AM—9PM

21st April
10AM—7PM

Poltrona Frau presents the '2024 Imagine collection', a dynamic showcase of creations that plunges into the depths of artistic inspiration. Embracing the boundless power of imagination, the renowned Italian brand presents a tribute to creativity's limitless potential. Within the new collection and the many collaborations featured, Poltrona Frau blurs the lines between art and design, pushing the boundaries of conventional furniture crafting.  

KAIA

Via Santa Marta, 10

Opening Hours:
15th—20th April
10AM—7PM

The British/German lighting company unveils 'The Empyrean', a new collection, set within a cinematographic installation designed in collaboration with British designer John Whelan, creative director of The Guild of Saint Luke (GSL Works). Both the new collection and installation are inspired by Art Deco and sacred geometry.

OBJECTS ARE BY

Secret location

By Appointment Only

Founded by Milan-based international life and business partners, Phil America and Jenny D. Pham, the new future-conscious design brand and studio reimagining the creative process through its approach, collaborators, and materials, exhibits a new collection of tableware crafted by fashion designer Babybrush. The presentation, complemented by pieces from OBJECTS ARE BY’s inaugural collection, Season 1, is showcased through a special art installation.

C41

Via Vincenzo Monti, 21

Opening Hours:
17th—21st April
10AM—6PM

The creative production company and magazine unveils 'Foresteria', a new cutting-edge and design-led accommodation for modern travellers in Milan. Situated within the headquarters of the international IDNTT group, this 40-square-metre enclave, designed in collaboration with Abstract Studio and the leading design brands Flos, QuadroDesign, Ready to Hang, Dedar, B-Line, USM, Reframed and Besana, embodies the quintessence of contemporary Milanese style. 'Foresteria', stands as a distinctive 'home away from home', offering a serene sanctuary in the heart of Italy's design capital to those who crave constant immersion in refined, and authentic, aesthetics.

FAST MILANO

Via Cesare Battisti, 1

Opening Hours:
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

The Italian brand, specialized in outdoor furniture, unveils the debut collection of the new creative directors Francesco Meda and David Lopez Quincoes, as well as novel products by Alberto Lievore and a refreshed identity. The collections, showcased both at the fair and at the brand’s flagship store in Milan, offer a compelling glimpse into the brand's unwavering commitment to timeless design inspired by nature’s allure.

VERO

DROP 5 AROUND TOWN

Opening Hours:
VERO STORE
Via Felice Casati, 3
15th—21st April
10AM—7PM

CONVEY
Via dell’Aprica, 12
15th—21st April
10AM—8PM

HOUSE OF SWITZERLAND
Via Tommaso da Cazzaniga, Corso Garibaldi, 89/A
15th—21st April
10AM—8PM

Vero expands its collection and introduces new designers to the list of its collaborations, including Hannes & Fritz, Thomas Woltmann and Jamie Wolfond. Moving across the city, Vero Drop 5 unveils its first ever outdoor collection, as part of the new launches. Vero brings its international soul further while remaining always true to the essence of its ethos: timeless and honest.

MODES

Piazza Risorgimento, 8

Opening Hours:
16th—21st April
10:30AM—7.30PM

Modes continues its quest for innovative partnerships, affirming its commitment to create a talent incubator where fashion intersects with art and design through MODES_Objects. An installation that narrates a new chapter of the Modes universe. It aims to engage the audience by presenting selected designers unified by an artistic approach that ranges from mono-material to light design, the involved partners include: 6:AM, Bram Vanderbeke, Bloc Studios, Thorben Gröbel, Heim + Viladrich, Mandalaki and NM3.

MARIMAR CLUB

Private location

Opening Hours:
8th—21st April
By registration only

Natural stone company Marimar opens the doors of a recently refurbished private apartment with extensive stone presence. The location becomes a manifesto of the brand, seeking connection with the world of architects by using natural stone as a medium for crafting emotional environments. Marimar creates a Club within the apartment through activities, corners, and collaborations; a place where it is possible to indulge in an exclusive experience and appreciate a dimension of research through different partnerships. The project, curated by Simple Flair, includes a selection of design pieces by the Spanish gallery Vasto, an immersive room powered by Le Labo, a food selection made by Space Delicious, a book corner curated by Maria Cristina Didero.

SMALL SMALL SPACE

Corso di Porta Vittoria, 46

Opening Hours:
16th—21st April
2PM—7PM

The tiny place for big things is unveiling a pop up exhibition by Michael Marriott. The British designer's creations are distinctive products crafted from materials and found objects discovered in his Dalston workshop. Renowned for their simplicity, humor, and creative design, his works are inspired by a deep-seated passion for nature and curiosity about the complexity of structures.

THE FARM SHOP

A Collective Experience at Theatro
Via Vigevano, 8

Opening Hours:
13th—19th April
12PM—6:30PM

Residing at the intersection of art and design, interiors and architecture, The Farm Shop is a collaborative project presented by Grymsdyke Farm and Fels. Making its debut in Italy for the first time at the Fuorisalone in Milan - thanks to a collaboration between Theatro and Simple Flair, creative consultants - the exhibition presents itself as a shared exploration celebrating the conviviality of everyday objects.

ALIAS

[HALL 22] BOOTH C20-C22

Opening Hours:
Salone del Mobile, Rho Fiera
16th—21st April
9:30AM—6:30PM

Marking its 45th anniversary, Alias continues to explore its founding ethos of “Something Else”. Unveiled at the upcoming Salone del Mobile fair are new collections by Daniel Rybakken, Alfredo Häberli, Patrick Norguet, infusing an unexpected twist into the brand's values. New finishes of existing products are also showcased, reinforcing the brand's belief in the ability of old icons to be as innovative as new creations.

ZUCCHETTI

[HALL 10] STAND D21

Opening Hours:
Salone del Mobile, Rho Fiera
16th—21st April
9:30AM—6:30PM

Zucchetti presents an installation inspired by the surprising aesthetic of nature, complementing the understated elegance of its products. The showcase serves as the backdrop to introduce two new collections: PAN S, an evolution of the well-known Pan series, and SABLIER, designed by Monica Armani and crafted in steel, exemplifying a singular expertise in treating this material with soft shapes and innovative finishes.

(AB)NORMAL

[HALL 24] BOOTH M10-M12

Opening Hours:
Salone del Mobile, Rho Fiera
16th—21st April
9:30AM—6:30PM

The Milan-based interdisciplinary architecture studio, run by architects Mattia Inselvini, Davide Masserini and Luigi Savio, has been appointed by Italian Radical Design as a collaborator for the design and execution of the group's stand.

FAST

[HALL 22] BOOTH G14

Opening Hours:
Salone del Mobile, Rho Fiera
16th—21st April
9:30AM—6:30PM

The Italian brand, specialized in outdoor furniture, unveils the debut collection of the new creative directors Francesco Meda and David Lopez Quincoes, as well as novel products by Alberto Lievore and a refreshed identity. The collections, showcased both at the fair and at the brand’s flagship store in Milan, offer a compelling glimpse into the brand's unwavering commitment to timeless design inspired by nature’s allure.

HORTO RESTAURANT

Via San Protaso, 5 [6th floor]

Open Monday–Saturday
Breakfast, Lunch, Aperitivo & Dinner
Check the
website for bookings

Awarded with  one Star and the Green Star by the MICHELIN Guide Italy 2024, Horto proposes an embracing fine dining cuisine guided by its philosophy of the Ethical Hour: supporting the local context with a short supply chain, selecting seasonal products from nearby territories, proposing a virtuous model of synergy between cuisine and territory in a mutual relationship of knowledge and respect.

MAX BROWN MISSORI

Via Lentasio, 3

Open daily
Check the
website for bookings

Max Brown Missori is a recently-opened charming boutique hotel in the heart of Milan. Near the famous Duomo and surrounded by iconic landmarks, it serves as the perfect base for exploring the city’s rich history and culture. With 64 bright rooms and a welcoming and retro-inspired look, Max Brown Missori offers everything one needs to enjoy a slice of the Italian dolce vita.