Isola Design District: Milan Design Market, Fourth Edition

In the Isola Design District, Milan Design Market hosts young talents also for the Fuorisalone 2019: new projects, products and materials

The Midas collection by Nataly Rodriguez Design Studio

Milan Design Market is the format designed by Blank agency, which, for the fourth time, will allow young designers to display their products in the Pop-Up Concept Store or especially dedicated spaces, in Isola Design District. Elif Resitoglu, artistic director and co-founder of Blank, considered also the experimental materials created by the designers.

The Midas collection by Nataly Rodriguez Design Studio

The theme Find The Lost City will be the leitmotiv of this spectacular setting and, thanks to the support of studio Alkanoids, it will be possible to explore the objects using the Aria application. The selected participants include Nataly Rodriguez Design Studio with the Midas and Pineapple leather collections and the furnishing line by Fraction Design Studio and designer Celine Nge.

Furnishing line by Fraction Design Studio, coordinated by designer Celine Nge

We can also mention Giorgio Deplano’s project, Campidarte, furnishings made from abandoned industrial components. The sponsors of Milan Design Market are Neubau eyewear, which dedicates an area to the special edition ‘Walter & Wassily’, and Nio, which offers drinks made by professionals.

The collection by Fraction Design Studio and Celine Nge, Singapore

For those willing to buy the pieces on display, the official e-commerce has been recently launched.

In the opening picture, the creations by Federica Corona and Juan Torres on show at the exhibition Find the Lost City of the Milan Design Market 2019.

[Text Spencer Foil]

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