EDIT Napoli in Milan, at Padiglione Brera

The award-winning unreleased products of the third edition of EDIT Napoli are for the first time in Milan, at Padiglione Brera, for the Fuorisalone 2022

Padiglione Brera, a new exhibition center that adds to the countless destinations of the Brera Design District, hosts the projects of EDIT Napoli. The unreleased products awarded at the third edition of EDIT Napoli, held in October 2021, will be presented at the 2022 edition of Milan Design Week. Padiglione Brera brings design to the cloisters of the San Simpliciano complex; a brainchild of Alessio Monti and Andrea Galimberti, the new hub is an exclusive venue, able to gather the best of design in one place, in the heart of Milan and the Brera Design District. This exclusive setting will showcase the best unreleased projects from EDIT Napoli – October 2021, selected by a jury formed by Formafantasma, French designer Dorothée Meilichzone, and Alessandro Valenti, Digital Director of ELLE Decor Italia.

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Emilia Petruccelli and Domitilla Dardi, founders of EDIT Napoli. Photo: Serena Eller

The unreleased projects at the Fuorisalone 2022

Among the projects on display will be Unstressed Chair, a seat made of shaped aluminum tubes, designed by Stamuli, a Stockholm-based design studio composed of a collective of creatives and technicians, which won in the main section.

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Unstressed Chair, by Stamuli

Along with Unstressed Chair, there will be blown-glass collections by Danish designer Alexander Kirkeby, whose glass objects create unexpected tactile experiences. Photo: Serena Eller

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Alexander Kirkeby. Photo: Stefan Wessel

There will also Caterina Frongia’s works, based on experimentation with Sardinian weaving, from her homeland.

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Ambient Vert, by Caterina Frongia. Photo: Francesco-Corlaita

Lastly, the ceramics of ccontinua+mamt, a brand born from the collaboration between Chiara Caselli and Francesco Carrasso, an Italian creative duo based in Amsterdam. Their collection of illustrated ceramics expresses their social, cultural and aesthetic values, making use of popular and natural-primitive imagery.

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ccontinua+mamt, Mangiatutto. Photo: Chiara Caselli

All projects awarded at EDIT Naples as “miglior inedito” (best unreleased project), will be entitled to a free space at the fourth edition of EDIT Napoli in October 2023. The partnership between EDIT Napoli and Padiglione Brera will be back in Milan in 2023.

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