Milan Design Week 2024: A glance back with our clients

As the hustle and bustle of Milan Design Week begins to settle, we look back on the impressions we discovered at the fair and beyond with our clients and their versatile exhibitions. This year we started off at Via Tortona and its incredible courtyards, galleries, and art spaces to then dive into the endless exhibitions at Brera before finally making our way to Rho Fiera in the ever-crowded metro.

The Czech manufacturer of premium handblown luminaires, Brokis, illuminated Milan with its installation at the Eurostyling Showroom, unveiling new collections by Lucie Koldova, LCM Marin design studio, and Boris Klimek.

Italian lighting innovator Lodes presented Paola Navone’s pendant masterpiece Oblò, alongside new designs by Snøhetta, Chia-Ying Lee, and Needs Studio, capturing the essence of movement and light reflections.

Renowned architect and designer Werner Aisslinger showcased his latest products, including the modular sofa HUG for Frag, the bench collection QUILT for Porro, and the sofa design LOOP for ipdesign/JAB Anstoetz Group.

Japanese wooden furniture manufacturer Karimoku impressed with new offerings from its Seyun collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design and its sub-brands Karimoku Case, Karimoku New Standard and MAS, showcased through thoughtfully curated installations.