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Milan Design Week on ARCHIPRODUCTS

Milan Design Week on ARCHIPRODUCTS

"Ecobalance" concept, design and rendering by Architectural Bureau Arch Group - “Corian® Springs Russian Design”, Milan Design Week 2012. #corian

new office. "Ecobalance" concept, design and rendering by Architectural Bureau Arch Group - “Corian® Springs Russian Design”, Milan Design Week

Solar Tree « Golden Jubilee || A unique lighting concept that combines avante-garde design with renewable energy technology. A solar tree is an aesthetic means of producing solar energy. It uses multiple solar panels which form the shape of a tree by assistance of poles. This is a project that would symbolise the inherent atmosphere of art, culture and science on campus. This project would be taken by the GE3 as a part of the Golden Jubilee of the Students’ Gymkhana.

Solar Tree « Golden Jubilee A unique lighting concept that combines avante-garde design with renewable energy technology. A solar tree is an aesthetic means of producing solar energy. It uses multiple solar panels which form the shape of a tree by assi

After stunning audiences in Beijing, Shanghai, and most recently in London, the Trashpresso makes its way to the Milan Design Week. The massive machine, big enough to fit into a 40-ft shipping container, is the world’s first off-grid, industrial grade recycling solution. What does it do? Turns plastic waste into stunning, upcycled architectural tiles. The Trashpresso can upcycle up to 50 kilograms of plastic waste per hour.

After stunning audiences in Beijing, Shanghai, and most recently in London, the Trashpresso makes its way to the Milan Design Week. The massive machine, big enough to fit into a 40-ft shipping container, is the world’s first off-grid, industrial grade recycling solution. What does it do? Turns plastic waste into stunning, upcycled architectural tiles. The Trashpresso can upcycle up to 50 kilograms of plastic waste per hour.

The special scenography of “les Nécessaires d’Hermès”, featuring a range of furniture pieces imagined by French designer Philippe Nigro and the new Hermès collection of furnishing fabrics and wallpapers. (Circolo Filologico, Via Clerici, 10, Milan). Photo © Francois Lacour.

BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2013

“les Nécessaires d’Hermès”, featuring a range of furniture pieces imagined by French designer Philippe Nigro and the new Hermès collection of furnishing fabrics and wallpapers. (Circolo Filologico, Via Clerici, Milan).

<p>Walking into the enchanting concept space of designer Antonio Marras in the heart of zona Tortona in Milan,  gives you an insurmountable feeling of discovery. Part store and part secret garden, Non

Antonio Marras Concept Store in Milan

Walking into the enchanting concept space of designer Antonio Marras in the heart of zona Tortona in Milan, gives you an insurmountable feeling of discovery. Part store and part secret garden, Non

Triennale Design Museum

Triennale Design Museum

Triennale Design Museum third picture is the concept - parallel walls reveal color core where cut

luigi colani: biodesign... I've been admiring his work for decades

luigi colani: retrospective biodesign codex show

luigi colani: biodesign... I've been admiring his work for decades

Toyota have designed an awesome looking wood concept car named Setsuna, that will be debuting later this month in Italy, during Milan Design Week.

Toyota have made a new concept car out of wood Toyota have designed an awesome looking wood concept car named Setsuna, that will be debuting later this month in Italy, during Milan Design Week.

Mexico Pavilion for Expo 2015 Milan designed by Loguer Design.

Oficialmente aberta a "Expo Milão 2015 "

Designed by Francisco Lopez Guerra, the Mexican Pavilion at Expo 2015 is a volume wrapped by structures that resemble the dried corn husks.

#Milantrace2017 Local Design Anna Varendorff for A.C.V studio Milan Design Week 2017 | Yellowtrace

Milan Design Week & Salone del Mobile 2017 Preview.

POP-UP STORES! COS pop-up concept store by Remy Clémente & Morgan Maccari, Milan

POP UP STORES! COS pop up concept store by Remy Clémente & Morgan Maccari, Milan pop up

Spotti Happy office happy home during Milan Design Week 2013, Concept and set-up by Stidopepe | Yellowtrace.

Studiopepe for Spotti, Ivano Redaelli and Roll & Hill // Milan 2013.

Thomas Feichtner's minimal A-Chair is made using traditional carpentry technique. (Concept sketch)

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