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At Salone del Mobile in Milan, Dior debuts 17 reinterpretations of its historic Medallion chair. Artists from around the globe—including Sam Baron, Nacho Carbonell, Pierre Charpin, Dimorestudio, Khaled El Mays, Martino Gamper, Constance Guisset, India Mahdavi, nendo, Joy de Rohan Chabot, Linde Freya Tangelder, Atang Tshikare, Seungjin Yang, Ma Yansong, Jinyeong Yeon, Tokujin Yoshioka, and Pierre Yovanovitch—put their contemporary spins on the iconic chair, reimagining its timeless design with modern materials, futuristic shapes, and hues that reflect the contemporary spirit of today's ever-changing world. Timeless yet reimagined, the new chairs reel viewers into a historic Louis XVI style now seen through a new lens.
ISSEY MIYAKE's "In the Making compares the creative process behind its brands to that of product design.
Paolo Castelli highlights the ability to work adeptly with different materials through a four-piece design capsule.
Hermès’s 2021—2022 “Collections for the home” highlights the language of touch and physicality through a celebration of textures.
Versace Home debuted a collection in collaboration with design duo Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini for Milan Design Week.
Paola Lenti debuted two short films during supersalone to introduce the “Eres Collection” and an evolution of the ”Twiggy and Diade” pieces.
AMDL Circle and Michele De Lucchi's “Architecture is Not Enough” encompasses several installations, debuts, and other happenings.
Off-White introduced a collection of tableware in collaboration with Italian luxury curators Ginori 1735 for Milan Design Week.
“Technicolour” is a collaboration between Kvadrat and Peter Saville, debuted at the brand’s flagship showroom for the duration of Milan Design Week.