Last week, Pallavi Dean, design director at Pallavi Dean interiors took over designMENA’s Instagram account to share her highlights from Milan Design Week.
The posts start with fashion brand COS and Studio Swine’s multi-sensory installation where mist and bubbles are drawn out of a blossoming sculpture, allowing visitors to catch the bubbles with their hands. The installation took place in Cinema Arti, a 1930s-built cinema.
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Other highlights include Hacking – a collaboration between British designer Tom Dixon and IKEA; as well as an exhibition titled ‘White in the City’ featuring works by Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind and Marco Piva.
The biggest highlight from Euroluce was Spanish designer Arturo Álvarez’s emotive installation.
Dean also shared Maarten Bass’ theatrical furniture display, Lee Broom’s furniture carousel, MINI-LIVING ‘Breathe’ installation by architects SO-IL, and finally, Nendo’s jellyfish vases.
Whisper or shout? May I have your attention please? #Maarteenbass nails it with his signature theatrical style! #101chair #PallaviDeanXdesignMENA #milandesignweek A post shared by DesignMENA (@designmena) on
Other not to be missed installations include Spanish designer Jaime Hayon’s kaleidoscopic installation and the Selfie Installation by Misnad.