Milan’s Best Interior Designers Inspire The World’s Design Industry! – The CovetED magazine just revealed the ultimate influencers list from Milan… In this carefully picked selection, you can find the names of the design icons that serve as the ultimate inspiration source for many interior designers in the world’s design industry.
Some of the most influential design icons come from one of the world capital’s of design, the beautiful city of Milan. The host of one of the main design tradeshows (Salone Del Mobile) in the world at Milan Design Week, this city has some of the best interior designers. These renowned names, from the past and present, not only have been undoubtedly made a strong career for themselves as well as contributing to the reputation Milan has as the city of fashion and interior design industry.
The Italian interior designer is famous for many innovative furniture designs such as ‘Colorado’ (a couch with an odd mix of blue and orange in its color) and ‘Gli amici’ (Meaning “friends”), which is a series of pieces inspired by childhood drawing of several wild animals.
However, one of the most memorable pieces created by Gaetano Pesce has to be ‘Montanara’, a collection made by the Italian designer alongside Italian brand Meritalia. The beautiful couch of upholstered furniture shows a lovely waterfall scenario printed in the fabric of the couch.
Just like many other inspiring interior designers, Piero Fornasetti is one of those interior designers that will continue to influence and still make many new generations of designers to come.
The “Architettura Celeste” (celestial architecture) designed by Barnaba Fornasetti, is a reworking of the historic motif created during the 50s by Fornasetti himself. This collection comprises a wide range of furniture and accessories pieces that symbolize a perfect synthesis of art and craftsmanship, as well as a true reflection of his father’s influences.
Marcel Wanders created his own interior design studio which is one of the leading design studios in the world. The interior designer works with premium brands such as Alessi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Kosé Corporation, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Louis Vuitton, Morgans Hotel Group, Puma, Swarovski.
We are still stunned by “Rational and the Emotional Worlds” presented by Marcel Wanders for LG Hausys during Milan Design Week. The amazing design project explored the wide range of possibilities by LG, mapping out two different worlds: one of rationality and one of emotion.
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The interior designer managed to introduce Kartell into the world of wood, with the Woody collection unveiled in Milan.
This innovative furniture collection not only showed some advantages to wood but also proved that this material is more flexible than you expect. The French interior designer created several chairs and other design works in the past for Kartell however this collection marked new possibilities for the brand.
The famous Spanish architect and designer that lives and works in Milan. She’s well-known for regularly working with Italian brands, offering her expertise and knowledge in functional yet poetic design, which often makes her one of the best designers of our time.
She was the thinker behind the brand-new Vimini Collection for Kettal, a brand with which she had several works in the past (specifically the including Maia, Vieques, Mesh, Roll and Cottage collections).
The Italian designer is mostly known for his collaborations with prestige Italian brands, among them B&B Italia. He was one of the designers who collaborated with Consentini with the project “Deep Words Light”, an installation featured at the University of Milan as part of the “Interni, Energy for Creativity 2015” event.
Cittero has created several collections for the brand, most notably the Maxalto collection which was enrichened last year with some more elegant chairs, and seating systems, featuring new range extensions and new finishes.
The Japanese architect left his mark in Milan with the opening of Duvetica’s store and showroom in the city. This space’s main features involve an inclined and curved cement wall, used to divide the two floors of the 240 square meter interior.
As a tribute to Tadao Ando’s work, the same establishment exhibited ten museum buildings that were designed by the architect himself in 2012.
The French architect made an impact with “Project: Office for Living”. In this initiative there were many new office scenarios, as well as some new pieces by new pieces by designers Michele De Lucchi, Marc Newson, Philippe Starck, and Ron Arad.
This initiative was revolutionary not on the fact that it explored the changes taking place in the workplace, but also the alternative to some “unbelievable” offices that will be rendered as useless 30 to 40 years
Best Interior Designers
Best Interior Designers
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