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AMDL Circle and Michele De Lucchi's “Architecture is Not Enough” encompasses several installations, debuts, and other happenings.
September 6, 2021 - September 12, 2021
AMDL Circle and Michele De Lucchi have debuted “Architecture is Not Enough” for the occasion of Milan Design Week, encompassing several happenings through September 12. In the main installation, the design studio and architect together have conceived a space reflecting on the importance of holistic, multidisciplinary design in regards to sustainable environments. Concurrently, publisher Silvana Editoriale’s Earth Stations: Future Sharing Architects is being presented with an accompanying installation. Visitors at 15 via Varese will also find the debut of Produzione Privata’s furniture collection “Chiodi,” and more.
LOEWE is highlighting artisanal weaving techniques focused on the form of the chair for this year’s Milan Design Week presentation.
Loro Piana Interiors’s “Apacheta”—imagined by Cristián Mohaded—looks to Andean traveling traditions and Argentinian culture.
At Buccellati’s via Brisa headquarters, “Buccellati Rosso Maraviglia” features a special collection of tablewares and an installation by Lily Kwong.
ISSEY MIYAKE introduces a collaboration with Nature Architects, Inc.—an innovative fabrication that opens new possibilities in design.
For Salone del Mobile Milano, Google is presenting the exhibition “Shaped by Water,” examining the vital resource as a source of inspiration.
casa blond’s “blond artefacts” invites viewers to find joy in tangible objects as the brand’s studio team presents a live, interactive design workshop.
For “(IM)POSSIBLE NATURES,” lighting specialist Foscarini has transformed its Spazio Monforte showroom into a wild garden to introduce new designs.
For the first time, Armani/Casa will open its historic headquarters at Palazzo Orsini to the public attending Salone del Mobile for the 2023 edition.