Tag: Salone Satellite

Freeride | Adriano Design

Freeride | Adriano Design

To celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Salone Satellite in Milan, Adriano Design was chosen to showcase an original piece named ‘Freeride‘, that was designed specifically for this event. ‘Freeride‘ is an exercise bike that’s been designed as an object...

Tape Shelf | 3x Design

Tape Shelf | 3x Design

Japanese design studio 3x Design, composed of Takanori Ikegaya, Kabuki Sakurai and Kosuke Ota creates designs which can be understood without words and anywhere in the world. They’re clearly talented, previously winning a Red Dot design award, and we love...

Moon and Onda | Joa Herrenknecht

Moon and Onda | Joa Herrenknecht

Showing alongside Olga Bielawska at Salone Satellite 2015 was young Berlin-based designer Joa Herrenknecht who, much like her Polish-German stand-mate, focuses on clean, beautiful, geometric designs. She loves to focus on all kinds of natural materials from stone to textiles,...

Mapuguaquén | DocumentaryDesign

Mapuguaquén | DocumentaryDesign

DOCUMENTARYDESIGN‘s Mapuguaquén (that’s “The Sound of the Earth” if you don’t speak Mapudungun, the indigenous aboriginal language of Chile) are hand-thrown clay speakers were another product to catch our eye at Milan Design Week‘s Salone Satellite. A truly multicultural product, the speakers were...

Tyyni & Vanamo | Maija Puoskari

Tyyni & Vanamo | Maija Puoskari

Another designer we came across at Salone Satellite at Milan Design Week this year was Maija Puoskari, a Finnish designer whose aesthetic is clean and whose lighting and mirrors have been inspired by Nordic nature. The products she exhibited this...

The WAS Project | Hanyang University

The WAS Project | Hanyang University

Students from Hanyang University, Seoul presented another of our Salone Satellite highlights: the WAS Project (Waste As Source). As you know by now, we’re all about cycling and upcycling, particularly when the two are combined, so of course this project, a...

Con‐creARte by Chun Mi-Jin

Con‐creARte by Chun Mi-Jin

The Con‐creARte form derives from a self‐produced flexible mold system, which is designed to create various kinds of small concrete object, such as tables, stools, bowl, planters and architectural urban street furniture. The combination between the solidity of concrete, which...

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