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Highlights milan design week 2022 | stefano boeri interiors

milan design week 2022
stefano boeri interiors

Stefano Boeri Interiors, the interior and design studio founded by Stefano Boeri with Giorgio Donà, presents at Milan Design Week 2022:

Floating Forest: a floating forest created as an ecosystem on the water of the Darsena of Milan.
Location: Viale Gabriele D’Annunzio 20, Milan

Galateo, conviviality and the art of the table for Buccellati: an installation on the roof of the Buccellati headquarters where mirrored surfaces connect the various environments of the exhibition.
Location: Via Brisa 5 (by reservation), Milan

MarmoArredo Milano: showroom, stand at the Salone del Mobile, Chiglia table and the Tecla system for Marmo Arredo Group. Inside the new showroom in via Santa Tecla Marmo Arredo there is a range of solutions for kitchen, bathroom, floors, table tops and all types of surfaces.
Location: Via Santa Tecla 3, Milan

Crest: outdoor landscape system for Unopiù, a modular system designed as a support for resting, playing, eating, exchanging ideas and for all those activities that we have increasingly learned to carry out outside our homes and offices.
Location: Via Pontaccio 9, Milan

IVY: outdoor lighting system for Targetti. IVY is the first outdoor lighting system that integrates light, audio and environmental sensors, with a view to optimizing integration with the architecture and maximum usability for users.
Presentation: Alzaia Naviglio Grande 108, Milan (Stefano Boeri Interiors) – Friday 10 June 11 am

The bench that becomes a home “for those who don’t have it”: a two-meter long bench that, if necessary, becomes a useful shelter from the sun or atmospheric agents. The bench, designed for the Rossana Orlandi exhibition during the Fuorisalone, is designed to provide a space for reflection on issues of accessibility and hospitality in contemporary cities.
Location: Via Matteo Bandello, 22, Milan,

The exhibitions will be open to the public from 7 to 12 June.
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