Revolutionary icons: I-MADE Digital Edition and Artemest team up for a digital design marketplace
I-MADE will be back in 2020 with a Digitak Edition. Due to the pandemic, I-MADE has decided to organize a virtual showcase in collaboration with Artemest, e-commerce partner of I-MADE 2019. From 28 September to 31 December, I-MADE Digital Edition will allow interior designers, architects and design enthusiasts to buy a selection of iconic Italian design pieces.
Discover I-MADE 2019
Giulio Cappellini, curator of I-MADE 2019, with the collaboration of designer Leonardo Talarico, has selected a series of iconic pieces by the top Italian brands. The leitmotiv of this selection is represented by Revolutionary Icons: design icons that represented a revolution in the world of design and redefined our living habits when they were launched. Of some of these icons, special reissues are already in production, contributing to increasing the fame of these historical pieces.
Italian design icons
I-MADE Digital and Artemest platform hosts the Milano radiator by Tubes and the Minikitchen by Joe Colombo, currently reissued by Boffi. As to lamps, there are Super Table by Memphis Milano, Parola by FontanaArte and Tetatet by Davide Groppi. For the living area, we can mention the Ètagère bookcase designed by Marco Bellini for Bottega Ghianda and Millennium silverware set by San Lorenzo.
There are also classic seats such as Archibald by Poltrona Frau, Costes by Driade, Dry by Giorgetti, Spaghetti by Alias, Spine by Ceccotti Collezioni, Silver by De Padova, Carbon Frog by Living Divani, Tre 3 by Agapecasa and the Bowl Chair by Lina Bo Bardi for Arper. Among the tables, Cartesio by Calligaris, Tense by MDF Italia, Galata by Marsotto Edizioni, Shimmer by Glas Italia, Pietra L05 by Salvatori.
Starting from 28 September, I-MADE Digital Edition will present a series of talks on IGTV. Among the guests of the talks, the CEOs of Boffi | De Padova, Cappellini and Poltrona Frau – Roberto Gavazzi, Kurt Wallner and Nicola Coropulis – will take part in the debate titled How to communicate the quality and heritage of Italian brands on the global market. Architect Massimo Mariani and Carola Bestetti, Marketing and Communication Manager at Living Divani, will deal with the Perception of Italian design and manufacture in Great Britain, with curator Giulio Cappellini. Finally, Andrea Sanguineti, Brand Manager of Alias, and Marco Credendino, Co-founder and CEO of Artemest, will discuss today’s e-commerce strategies. Other debates will be announced soon.
Discover I-MADE 2019
Below, the speakers of the talks. Left to right, top to bottom, Massimo Mariani, Kurt Wallner, Carola Bestetti, Nicola Coropulis, Roberto Gavazzi, Andrea Sanguineti, Giulio Cappellini, Marco Credendino.
Below, other Revolutionary Icons available from I-MADE Digital Edition from 28 September to 31 December