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“A product which people cannot make a living is not a good product, a product which become waste has a quality problem”, says Michael Braungart, the author of the seminal book Cradle to Cradle on sustainable design.
A Frenchman working in Milan, Philippe Tabet is a new name to look out for. At the #MDW2017 he is presenting several designs – for Plust, Infiniti and Pianca – plus an innovative alarm clock for Lexon.
Paola Nicolin recounts how the “Piero Golia Diego Perrone on Chris Burden” project was born, and then talks about inter-generational dialogue, contemporay art languages and artists talking to each other.
Two armchairs for Gebrüder Thonet Vienna and a new light for Foscarini are the latest projects by Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere, as always, a blend of design, creativity, materials and practicality. #MDW2017
Marco Romanelli talks about projects with Marta Laudani, Hands on Design from Japan and da a from Italy mong others, that explore craft incorporated into an expanded distribution and media chain. #MDW2017
Francesco Faccin tells us about his new projects for #MDW17: his innovative OLED lamp with Francesco Meda for Nilufar, his chairs for Billiani, his large wood and stone table for Busnelli, and his project with Peter Mabeo using objects gathered from the Nairobi slum.
From his magnificent installation for Salviati – 53 totem poles and 20,000 sheets of glass – in Ventura Centrale to his design for Moooi, which uses strips of fabric as sofa upholstery, Luca Nichetto tells us about his designs for #MDW2017.
Almost unique in his capacity to pair craftsmanship, design and business, Giacomo Moor tells us about the new work he is bringing to #MDW17, such as the Vapore collection by Luisa Delle Piane, which investigates an old, complex and increasingly rare technique: steam-bending hardwood.
From her marble lamps for Bloc Studios to the mirrors for Atelier Clerici, Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis always rises to the challenge by befriending the material and listening intently to its prompts. #MDW2017