While designers are mainly busy launching new furniture proposals, architects are left with the task of designing spaces to welcome and amaze visitors to Milan Design Week.
Of course, this is not the only task left to architects, who we know today play an increasingly central role in rethinking our relationship with the environment.
It is no coincidence that the Salone del Mobile has invited Mario Cucinella to address this topic through the Design with Nature project, a space in the centre of the Fair designed for meeting and dissemination. The relationship with nature, circularity, waste reduction and the development of a new ecological sensitivity are issues that we find in many of the proposed projects.
As usual, we find the work of the archistars in the most central areas of the city, and the State University is an aggregator that enthusiasts cannot exclude from their itineraries.
A hidden gem (but one that could turn out to be one of the most interesting exhibitions of the Fuorisalone) is the series of furnishings that Miralles and Tagliabue designed for their home in Barcelona. Discover all the designs in our photo gallery.