Isola Design District celebrates design in all of its forms.
The Isola district presents itself again as a place of discoveries for the occasion of Fuorisalone.
From the 9th to the 15th of April, the third edition of Isola Design District.
The objective is to establish itself as a community of emerging designers and students, Italians and international, with a focus on innovation and research, opening at the same time local workshops and businesses that distinguish themselves with artistry and the development of new materials.
The theme of this year, Unlimited Design, want’s to come as a provocation.
The goal is clear, celebrate design in all of its forms.
«We want the locations in the Isola district, during Milan Design Week, be alway smore open to experimentation and the contamination of different knowledge and disciplines.
Gabriele Cavallaro, co-founder of Blank and project manager of the event.
We want to push the product and it’s function, continuing the course that has characterised the event from the first edition.»
Visitors will be attracted by dozens of exhibitors from all over the world, such as Maison Deux and Charis Stephanie from Holland, Risch & Grass from Switzerland, Kauch from Slovenia, Ege Miray Kaman from Turkey, Teodora Jevtic from Serbia Ceramic Studio 1300 from Georgia, Stobe from Finland, Nunzia Ponsillo Design Studio from San Marino, Reisinger Studio from Spain, with its installation Complicated Sofa, in addition to the Italians among which the name of Ciro Bergonzi stands out.
There will be daily events, during day and night, starting with Unlimited Design Talks: six days of lectures, talks and workshops organised by The District – the first online platform dedicated to designers, aiming to facilitate the research of collaborators and opportunities in the creative field – tackling different themes and areas related to design, like digital manufacturing, illustration, motion animation and products.
The presence of local craftsmen is also strong this year, among which stands out the name of Pietro Algranti, who in his Algranti LAB presents unique customized projects: the I Grandi and I Piccoli collections, furniture and furnishing objects of different sizes and recycled materials such as wood, iron, aluminium, copper, brass and many others.
Like every year, the Opening Day its set for Tuesday, with events in all the main locations of the district.
For more information, visit the official website of the event.