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CHROMATIK HOUSE Virtual Tour At Fuorisalone 2022

ACH Collection & ACH4Pets join HOMMÉS Studio in the chambers of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi to introduce CHROMATIK HOUSE at Fuorisalone 2022 with an overwhelming virtual tour. For its first time at Milan Design Week, ACH Collection and HOMMÉS Studio take the chambers of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi to introduce CHROMATIK HOUSE – Improbable Interiors and Provocative Design, a synaesthetic experience that blends reality and imagination. HOMMÉS Studio combines an on-site showcase with four simulated living spaces that guests discover through an overwhelming virtual tour. How many realities can you see? is the question to be answered in the third edition of Palazzo delle Meraviglie at Fuorisalone 2022 from 7 to 12 June. About CHROMATIK HOUSE CHROMATIK HOUSE is a hyperphysical exhibition by Hommés Studio alongside ACH Collection, ACH4Pets, and Tapis Studio, taking part in the third edition of Palazzo delle Meraviglie at Museo Bagatti Valsecchi in the heart of downtown Milan. The synaesthetic experience invites visitors to explore a metaverse version of a traditional home using their primal senses  – hearing, sight, smell, and touch – to explore a space that blends real and imaginative, leaving them wondering whether the future is still unwritten or it is a mere rebirth of classical philosophies and aesthetics.  CHROMATIK HOUSE is an unseen experience conveying a series of different atmospheres, themes, and aesthetics. Based on four movements – NeoClassic, NeoSurrealism, NeoPop, and NeoPrimitive, the Porto-based design studio will set a scenario that blends classical proportions, dreamlike silhouettes, and unexpected colors with a construction based on human emotion. How Many Realities Can You See? For its first time at Milan Design Week, ACH Collection joins HOMMÉS Studio and takes the chambers of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi to introduce CHROMATIK HOUSE, a synaesthetic experience that blends reality and imagination. HOMMÉS Studio combines an on-site showcase with four simulated living spaces that guests discover through an overwhelming virtual tour. How many realities can you see? is the question to be answered in the third edition of Palazzo delle Meraviglie at Fuorisalone 2022. Within the same space, ACH Collection celebrates the heritage of European design and manufacturing and explores what role plays the industry’s tradition in metaverse interior and architecture design. The on-site exhibit reveals the strong influence of three beloved design movements, namely Memphis Milano, mid-century modernism, and art deco, on the contemporary fingering of the brand born in 2019. From Porto to Milan, the Portuguese design studio brought a handful of modern decor objects and luxe pet accessories. For instance, at the chambers of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, you can enjoy the texture of an array of decorative pillows, appreciate the touch of handcrafted ceramics, or imagine your dog or cat sleeping in a cozy pet bed. CHROMATIK HOUSE Virtual Tour CHROMATIK HOUSE‘s simulated reality reveals a home with four unexpected rooms beyond what one can imagine – CHROMATIK HOUSE, A-MAZE-ING RUGS, PILLOW PARTY, AND ULTRA DESIGN. ACH Collection and HOMMÉS Studio’s team have recreated the chamber of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi where the physical reality lies with pristine perfection. In the digital realm, the main room’s ceiling gains a life of its own with a flock of golden leaves emanating a glowy light. And every wall and nook is embellished with unexpected sconces, mirrors, decorative pillows, home decor objects, and incredible pet accessories. One room after another, the design studio reveals three other unexpected meta-living spaces in addition to the meta-version of CHROMATIK HOUSE itself. A-MAZE-ING RUGS is literally a maze of rugs to get you lost in the exciting designs from the new essential and vanguardist tapestry brand born under the umbrella of the Porto-based design studio – TAPIS Studio. At CHROMATIK HOUSE’s virtual tour, you can also enter the PILLOW PARTY digital room that nods to Netflix Squid Game’s playground with floating decorative pillows and an array of pet beds under a surrealist blue sky. Finally, as you walk inside CHROMATIK HOUSE’s meta version, you’ll find yourself knocking at the door of ULTRA DESIGN, a digital room with all HOUSE OF HOMMÉS brand new products with an ultra-modern aesthetic and playful energy to embellish real homes and homes in the metaverse. METAROOMS CHROMATIK HOUSE CHROMATIK HOUSE is a replica of the chamber of Museo Bagatti Valsecchi hosting the modern furniture and luxe decor objects of all HOUSE OF HOMMÉS brands – HOMMÉS Studio, ACH Collection, ACH4Pets, and the newly launched TAPIS Studio. In this digital real, CHROMATIK HOUSE reveals an interior design without boundaries. PILLOW PARTY PILLOW PARTY is a room exclusive to ACH Collection’s amazing decorative pillows, home accessories, and decor objects and to ACH4Pets tailored pet beds and sophisticated accessories, presented in an open-air gallery with a surrealist charm. A-MAZE-ING RUGS A-MAZE-ING RUGS is a digital showroom showcasing some of the designs from the newly launched rug brand TAPIS Studio. In the most playful manner, you can discover the first TAPIS Studio’s essential, eco, outdoor, pets, and kids rugs with incredible designs and handcrafted details. ULTRA DESIGN ULTRA DESIGN gathers in a single room all new products launched by all HOUSE OF HOMMÉS brands with an ultra-modern aesthetic and playful energy to embellish real homes and metaverse homes that celebrate the best of European design and manufacturing. You can still visit CHROMATIK HOUSE until 12th June from 10 am to 7 pm at Museo Bagatti Valsecchi at Via Gesú, 5.

Ashley Tisdale

Inside Ashley Tisdale Family Home in Los Angeles

Ashley Tisdale and her composer husband, Christopher French, decided to move into their family home when she was around 7 months pregnant. Last year, the well-known High School Musical star started her own design company, Frensche Interior. Her home is the first project that she styles all alone. The living room was the first place where Ashley Tisdale put a piece of furniture. To turn the space into a harmonious room, she added a beautiful marble coffee table with two chairs. Plus, a sophisticated mustard Adamastor lounge chair. As a starting point in the dining room, she added an Apparatus chandelier. Moving forward, the kitchen was already renovated by the past owners, but Ashley added some stools. A movie room was essential for the couple in their new family home because they didn’t want to go to the theatre. Coming into the rooms, the primary room has a minimal style with a beautiful bed and a trunk to give a luxurious touch to the room. When Ashley revealed her nursery on Instagram, it was completely different from what it is now. The room was all white, and now the walls are dark green and incorporated a pink rug. Source: Architectural Digest´

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Inside Egeo, a Greek Restaurant Inspired by the Ancient Ruins by Masquespacio

In this Greek restaurant, Egeo, in Valencia, the interior design studio Masquespacio got inspiration from the Ancient Ruins. The studio created the columns with a 3D printer to transmit a modern spin on the traditional Greek style. This restaurant is one floor only with a blue and white color scheme. Ego features a cave look interior with micro cement-coated chairs and walls with a curvy shape thanks to the columns. The materials used on the walls and the floors, mortex, create an adobe effect. Masquespecio fractured the restaurant into two pieces. The columns were created by a 3D printer and are connected with tubular lighting. In the restaurant, we can see wooden stools that look like chunky chess pieces on wooden tables and chairs. The sconce lights were attached to decorative organic shapes. Plus, the central bar was designed to recreate a bustling market atmosphere. You can order traditional souvlaki from a vendor. The eatery is the first Egeo restaurant in Valencia, although the chain already has a location in Madrid. Source: Dezeen

Balenciaga´s London Store

Inside the Balenciaga London Store Wrapped in Pink Faux Fur

To launch the new Le Cagole collection, the Balenciaga´s London Store was transformed into a pink faux fur interior. To celebrate the well-known Le Cagole bag, which references the typical maximalist Balenciaga style. Plus, to launch the new collection of accessories and shoes, the London store has been covered in pink faux fur. Everything that this renowned brand does reflects the maximalist style found in their collections. Firstly, the brand removed everything from inside the store. From accessories, clothes collection, and permanent shelves. After that, Balenciaga installed temporary metal accessories taken from previous projects.Moving Forward, the brand wrapped all the accessories and displays in a soft pink faux fur. To enlighten the extravagance and make a statement that reflects the maximalist in the La Cagole Bag. There is no place in the London store that is not in pink. Coming from the shelves to displays, floors, and benches. The Balenciaga creative director, Demna, designed the Le Cagole bag. It was a reinvention of one of the iconic bags, the Motorcycle bag. The Motorcycle bag was launched by Nicholas Ghesquiere, the creative director, 15 years. This bag became a staple of the 2000s. Initially, Le Cagole was launched only as a handbag collection. However, the line grows into a different line of bags, shoes, and purses. It’s named after a France origin meaning exaggerating attitude. The bag has a lot of the original details, hardware, and rivets, applied to various accessories, such as high-heeld boots; mini bags, and handbags that can be found in the Balenciaga´s London Store. The pink faux fur Balenciaga London Store will be opened from April to June 2022. Balenciaga, as she used to recycle metal materials from other projects in the London Store, the brand is looking for a way to recycle the fur. The brand reveals the importance of recycling. Proving that Balenciaga does not only cares about themselves, for the Autumn-Winter 2022 Collection, they made the models walk on a runway of a blizzard. All that is to criticize the climate change crisis and the war in Ukraine. With this iconic project, Balenciaga once again proved distinctive from other brands. Source: Deezen

Los-Angeles-House

Inside Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s Los Angeles House

Anyone who thought that the Los Angeles house of Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady would be a luxurious home is wrong. It is the complete opposite. The Brazilian Model likes simplicity and coziness. Therefore, that is reflected in the house décor. The couple´s L. A story began six years ago. When the model and the quarterback started walking around the sunny shores of Southern California. Luckily, for the couple, they found a great lot of the Los Angeles house on one of those walks. Immediately the couple knew that would be their future house lot. Gisele and Tom considered it essential to plant roots for their family. To transmit that, in the Los Angeles house décor, they worked with Richard Landry and Joan Behnke. For the couple, is really important sustainability, as Gisele is a global ambassador for the United States Environment Program. Therefore, the couple wanted to include in their home décor recycle accessories. In addition, energy and water systems minimize the impact on the land. The couple installed two solar panels, one in the garden and the other on the roof, to meet all electricity needs. In the couple’s priorities in the head, Landry designed a beautiful interpretation of old-world European architecture in the Los Angeles house. The home has six bedrooms and is nearly 14,000 square feet. It´s all in different limestone, all acid-washed for patina and texture with a traditional mansard roof. The driveway drives into a motor court and a stone bridge. Inside Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s House Moving Forward to the interior of the Los Angeles house, the designer Behnks incorporated unique light fixtures, as we can see in the entryway; the great room, and in the dressing room. Through the home décor, the designers used a neutral pallet with pops of green and blue. Plus, the furniture is made with organic materials such as Belgian linen, old leather, silk, and velvet. Adding to the sustainability of the home décor, the designer used reclaimed ceiling beams and floorboards. In addition, salvaged ceramic tile; brick; bluestone; antique wood doors, and marble fireplace surrounds. For the couple, these incorporate were necessary for their lifestyle. Coming outside of the Los Angeles house, there is the hand-poured tile swimming pool. From the pool, the couple can see the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Ocean. The deck has recycled oak planks. The Brazilian model’s favorite place in the house is the garden. Where she can find apples, peaches, plums, guava, and other fruits and vegetables. Plus, the couple has a chicken coop with busy hens providing eggs. It is important for them to let their kids know where the food comes from. Credits: Architectural Digest

Inside this beautiful Lenny Kravitz´s Brazilian Home

Lenny Kravitz is an outstanding artist. As a Grammy Award-winning artist and designer, Lenny mixes genres, periods, and styles. The 57-year-old rock star keeps breaking boundaries and creating new paths. Since creating Kravitz Design, Lenny Kravitz has designed hotels in Miami, Las Vegas, etc. Plus, he made a line of products from furniture to ceramic titles. One of the most impacting personal projects is this Brazilian coffee plantation outside Rio de Janeiro. Lenny first came in touch with the Brazilian culture when he was on tour. The Rockstar feels that something powerful attracts him to this place. Thanks to one of his friends call, Lenny Kravitz, just after his tour, he went to check out the house. Lenny was starstruck when he got to the house, thanks to the beautiful landscape. Mountains surrounded them with waterfalls, cows, horses, monkeys, etc. This stunning Brazilian home made Lenny Kravitz put a pause in his professional life. However, reality came to life, and Kravitz returned to his professional life. Two years passed, and the singer came back to Brazil. This time he bought the nearly 1,000-acre spread to continue with the farm operations. While creating a welcoming space for his friends and family. It is a place to get out of stress and relax. The home is a veritable village of 19-century Portugueses colonial-style farmhouses and outbuildings. That Lenny Kravitz turned them into guest rooms. Plus a gym, a pool house, and a recording studio. To begin the renovations, Lenny started by brightening the place. The interiors were old school and needed a renovation. Inside this beautiful Lenny Kravitz´s Brazilian Home During the renovations, Lenny regularly visited the home to check on the renovations. When he was busy, he would facetime the workers. The Rockstar also started to ship furniture to Brazil. Lenny incorporated furniture by Brasilian masters such as Oscar Niemeyer, Sergio Rodrigues, and Jorge Zalszupin. Along with Brazilian titles and other local flourishes. Additionally, he added midcentury furniture and some bespoke pieces from his design company. Lenny Kravitz invited his artist friends to visit and give an opinion on the decoration. So they would have their décor contributions. The artist himself made his statement in his house. The end of the renovations put the house together. But for the artist, the renovations were about preserving the natural beauty of the Brazilian Home. Souce: Architectural Digest

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Inside Chloe Bailey’s Peaceful Los Angeles Home

The outstanding singer-songwriter and actress Chloe Bailey it´s not usually at home due to her busy life. All the time, the singer operates with a really tight schedule. From the meetings, recording sessions, and modeling to serving looks on every red carpet. However, when Chloe Bailey has time to rest, she goes to her peaceful Los Angeles home. The singer worked with West Elm to design the apartment, where she could have her day off and relax. Chloe Bailey had a simple vision for her home decor. She wanted a space to relax and be “elegant, chic, and elevated.” While transmitting a “boss bitch” vibe. The singer worked with her godmother, that lives close to her. It only took five months to remodel the Los Angeles home. Therefore, Chloe asked for help from West Elm to add some statement pieces that brought the apartment together. Chloe’s favorite colors range from blues to brass for the media console and her statement accessories. At the end of December, the home was fully furnished. Coming inside the house, there is the entryway. It is a literal walk down memory lane, where Chloe put up some photographs and paintings. Some are from photoshoots, while the others, such as an oil painting by Theo Rejoinders. The singers use this hallway as a runway, thanks to the big mirror at the end of the hall. Music is really important for Chloe. Therefore, she is meticulous about the environment of the house. The singer uses the guest bedroom as a place to work her art. This room is her zen spot, where one of the state pieces is an ink-blue velvet sofa. Inside Chloe Bailey’s Peaceful Los Angeles Home In the room, we can see motivational mantras and mottos, for example, a plaque “Do Epic Shit.”Located beside her recording desk with motivational purpose. For Chloe Bailey, the most significant piece of furniture in her house is her bedroom. The queen-size bed that her godmother gave to her. However, the singer sometimes sleeps in her living room with her dog. It is her favorite place to relax. Source: Architectural Digest

The Met Gala 2022 Red Carpet Highlights

The celebrities approached The Met Gala 2022 with classic and irreverent styles. From classic to completely different and irreverent styles, the celebrities approached the gala as usual, with charm but distinguishing one from the other.  From references to icons like Marilyn Monroe, to the iconic Statue of Liberty. As you already know, the first Monday of May means that New York will be flooded with glamour and celebrities ready to impress.  In this edition we can highlight several looks, from Kim Kardashian to Blake Lively. A dress code based on the White Tie leads today’s most emblematic celebrities to take on the golden charm and reference the world’s best designers.  In comparison to the Met Gala 2021, we highlight Kim Kardashian with an all-black Balenciaga look from head to toe, Rihanna and Asap Rocky with couture blankets, and Kara Delevigne and Alexandria Ocasio – Cortez creating a certain controversy with their looks referring to a political statement. Some Red Carpet Styles Billie Eilish in Gucci Lizzo in Thom Browne Hailey Bieber in Saint Laurent Blake Lively in Custom Versace Kylie Jenner in Off – White Gigi Hadid in Versace Kate Moss in Burberry Brooklyn Bechkan and Nicola Peltz in Valentino Sydney Sweeney in Tory Burch Olivia Rodrigo in Versace Rosalia in Givenchy Kim Kardashian in Marilyn Monroe Dress and Pete Davidson in Dior Men Nicky Minaj in Burberry Gabrielle Union in Versace Bella Hadid in Burberry Cardi B in Versace Oscar Isaac in Thom Browne Kylie Jenner in Prada Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker in Thom Browne Molly Sims Khloé Kardashian in Moschino Gwen Stefani in Vera Wang Kid Cudi in Kenzo Jared Leto and Dakota Johnson in Gucci with Alessandro Michele in Gucci Carey Mulligan in Schiaparelli Haute Couture Jessica Chastain in Gucci Maye Musk in Dior Haute Couture and Elon Musk Hoyeon Jung in Louis Vuitton Michelle Yeoh in Prabal Gurung Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton

15 Celebrities’ Kitchens with an exceptional style

The way you design your home reflects your personality. As for the kitchen decor, for example, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent created a more family-friendly space. In contrast, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend wanted a big kitchen to have room for their meal preps. Take a look at these 15 celebrities’ stylish kitchen decor that we selected for you to find inspiration. 1- Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Manhattan Kitchen In this beautiful Manhattan apartment, the kitchen decor of designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent is elegant. The kitchen is outfitted with cabinetry and butcher block countertops; the island is clad and unlacquered brass. The barstool is vintage American. 2- Tracy Pollan and Michael J.Fox New York Kitchen This kitchen decor is in an all-white scheme bringing calm vibes to the room. Designed by Gomes ASSOCIATES Inc., it features classic schoolhouse light fixtures, shaker-style cabinetry, and stainless steel and marble countertops. 3- Nina Garcia´s Manhattan Kitchen In the fashion designer Nina Garcia, the architecture firm Aparicio+ Associates helps with the kitchen décor. The architect installed a stainless steel backsplash, enlightening the kitchen cabinetry and fittings 4- Giorgi Armani´s Kitchen in Switzerland As for Giorgio Armani’s kitchen in his Switzerland residence, the designer Molteni made a mix of styles. He mixed mahogany details with Venetian plaster. 5- Anh Duong´s Kitchen in the Hamptons For the next celebrity kitchen decor is the artist Anh Duong. Her kitchen in the Hamptons house features an airy gabled ceiling. 6- Ellen Degeneres and Porta Rossi´s Beverly Hills Kitchen In Ellen Degeneres’s kitchen, there is a custom-made glass display for the tableware. The kitchen cabinetry is in a beautiful green. The rugs and the floor bring a rustic and antique environment. 7- Will and Jada Smith Malibu Kitchen The architect Stephen Samuelson designed Will and Jada Smith 19th century Nuristani oak panels. The interior designer Judith Lanche decorated all the interiors of the celebrity couple’s house. 8- Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos Manhattan Kitchen In Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos’s Manhattan apartment, the designer Michael S. Smith incorporated a Wolf kitchen cooktop and hood. 9- George Clooney Kitchen in Mexico Movin on, at the famous actor George Clooney Mexican Villa, the kitchen decor is all in wood material. The Henrybuilt kitchen is in Viking cooktop, and the cabinetry is made in parotta wood. 10- Gisele  Bündchen and Tom Brady´s Los Angeles Kicthen In this beautiful antique Tunisian tile kitchen, the design company Joan Behnke & Assoc. did an exquisite job. It has marble countertops, bespoke cabinetry, an oak island, and a Wolf range. 11- John Mellencamp´s South Carolina Kitchen The singer and songwriter John Mellencamp´s South Carolina house was designed by Monique Gibson. His kitchen has a more antique look with pendant lights by RH and portraits by Marvin Cherney and Walt Kuhn. 12- Jeff Klein and John Goldwyn Kitchen in the Hollywood House Jeff Klein and movie producer John Goldwyn resorted to Madeline Stuart & Assoc. to remodel the interiors of their home. The kitchen décor has pendant lights by BK Antiquesm sub-zero refrigerator, a Blanco sink, and Viking rage. 13- Julia and Patrick Dempsey Kitchen in California In this beautiful cozy kitchen at Jillian and Patrick Dempsey’s Malibu, California, the designer Estee Stanley was responsible for the décor. The kitchen features a concrete sink and countertops, giving the place a clean look. 14- Gilles Mendel and Kylie Case Manhattan Kitchen In the Manhattan apartment of the designer, Gilles Mendel and Kylie Case chose a high contrast kitchen. Which includes a sicis mosaic title; Samsung ultrathin LED television and a refrigerator with custom-made lacquer panels. 15- Elton John and David Furnish Beverly Hills Kitchen Finally, the designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard designed Sir Elton John and David Furnish Beverly Hills’ home. In the kitchen decor, the designer incorporated white cabinetry; Corian counters, and vases by Lino Tagliapetra. Venini, and Steven Weinberg. Credits: Architectural Digest

INSIDE FIAT HEIR LAPO ELKANN BLUE HOME IN MILAN

The outstanding Milan home of the Fiat Heir and globe-trotting entrepreneur Lapo Elkann is breathtaking. It showcases his whole personality. Lapo Elkann is a multi-faceted man. In addition to creating sporty apparel and a sunglasses line for his brand, Lapo distributes movies with his filmmaker sister. Plus, he is a consultant on Ferrari Tailor Made, a custom division of Fiat Chrysler. In the last years, Lapo Elkann launched a made-to-measure capsule collection with the well-known brand Gucci. The Fiat heir likes to see exhibitions, artists, galleries, and designers. Moving forward to his most personal project: his 3,100 square foot duplex apartment in Milan. The vital objective was to brighten the home to the max. In collaboration with Milanese architect Natalie Bianchi, Lapo Elkann renovated all his homes. At first, Elkann added floor-to-ceiling windows and moved the walls to brighten the space. The designer states that the Fiat heir was in hand with this project. As blue is Lapo Elkann’s favorite, he incorporated the color all around his Milan duplex. He stated that he didn’t like the typical houses’ layout. Therefore, they designed the house to look like a boat with pattern floors, stripped pantry walls, and zig-zag floors. FIAT HEIR LAPO ELKANN BLUE HOME IN MILAN In the living room, there is one of Elkann´s favorite pieces, the caterpillars Ueli Berger sofa. It is against the beautiful wall revested in bamboo-forest wallpaper. Elkann loves the work of the architect Ettore Sottsass´s. That is evident in the décor of the house. From a commode with dozens of Italian sunglasses to a geometric totem beside a terrace door. The bookshelves are filled with books about cars, design., history, politics, and novels by his father. Carlos Borromeo, an industrial designer, personalized the cocktail table about the southern Italy love that Elkann has. In his two-level closet, there is a spiral staircase. The room is revested in dark and light mahogany, a combination inspired by Riva Aquarama boats. Lapo Elkann, as a joke, started to put Italia’s independent logo on various chairs. However, Elkann stated that it looked good, so he added all the chairs. Elkann’s rooms are entirely different from the Agnelli estate near Turin that his maternal grandmother relives. The Fiat heir wants his houses to showcase his personality, not his family. Among his previous houses, he states they didn’t reflect his style. However, this blue Milan duplex is precisely what he wanted. When it comes to art, Elkann is a pure Italian supporter. LAPO ELKANN BLUE HOME IN MILAN The Milan duplex is noticeable that the designer likes the Stateside style. He loves the comfort that Americans bring to their rooms. The Fiat heir sometimes incorporates edgy materials. However, the designer admits that his savvy taste doesn’t extend to the outdoor. So, with the help of Stefano Baccari, landscaper designer, the outdoor of the Milan duplex was renovated.Lapo Elkann is proud of his house décor. He loves waking up and looking at his beautiful green view. Source: Architectural Digest

MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2022: ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED

Milan Design Week 2022 is one of the most exciting weeks. On 6-12 June, Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone run the world’s capital of design. Milano is the world capital of design. Once a year, artists, designers, professionals, and design lovers worldwide come to Italy. Milan Design is one of the most exciting weeks of the year where Salone del Mobile, the world´s biggest furniture fair, takes place at Rho Fairgrounds. At the same Fuorisalone takes over the trendy neighborhoods of Italy with art celebrations, installations, and events. WHAT IS MILAN DESIGN WEEK? Milan Design Week is the time of the year that Salone Del Mobile and Fuorisalone take place in Milan, Italy. This event is an opportunity to discover new products and design trends as well as outstanding artists. This year Milan Design Week 2022 happens from 6 to 12 June to have more security for exhibitors; visitors; journalists, and the design community. The theme this year of Milan Design Week is Between Space and Time. Milan Design week and iSalone 2022 will focus on sustainability, showing the design industry’s progress. Milan Design Week 2022 is under the concept of Fuorisalone 2022, Between Space and Time. It is a very special week dedicated to arts and design and the sharing between leading and aspiring designers, and the ability to raise innovative projects. The theme Between Space and Time represents two dimensions at the heart of the debate and international agendas that determine the frame of reference and the context in action. Over the last two years, it emerged from the dialogue between companies, designers, and the COP26 program manifesto; we don’t have much time to think about our space, and only by consciously planning every action can we think about the future. MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2022 WHEN:From 6 to 12 June 2022 WHERE:Milan Fairgrounds, RhoDesign Districts in Milan 5VieAlpha DistrictBrera Design DistrictIsola Design DistrictTortona Design DistrictQuadrilatero della Moda WHAT IS SALONE DEL MOBILE? Salone Del Mobile or Salone Internazionale del Mobile is the biggest Home Furnishing and Design sector fair. It is a perfect place to network and for brands to showcase their products. The fair made its debut in 1961, intending to promote Italian furniture and furnishings worldwide. The success elevated the world’s perception of quality Italian design. Until this day, Italian design is a reference in the design industry. Once a year, professional designers, students, and design lovers get together at Milan Design Week 2022. At the Milan Furniture Fair, exhibitors showcase their products representative of all styles, from classic to modern design. All have an Italian-quality seal. It also builds bridges between past and future and traditions and innovation to create a better living. SALONE DEL MOBILE MILANO WHEN:From 7 to 12 June 2022Opening hours: 9.30 am – 6.30 pmTrade only.Open to the general public on 11 and 12 JuneOpen to students on 10, 11, and 12 June WHERE:Milan Fairgrounds, Rho (Milan)Entrance gates: Porta Est, Porta Sud, Porta Ovest WHAT IS FUORISALONE? Fuorisalone is various events in different areas of Milan simultaneously as Salone Del Mobile. Fuorisalone is not an organized fair. It happens all around the city in the coolest street of Milan, with an independent organization system. At Milan Design Week 2022 and Fuorisalone 2022, you’ll find a mix of exhibitions and events about technology, telecommunications, art, fashions, and food. FUORISALONE WHEN:From 6 to 12 June 2022 WHERE:Design Districts in Milan 5VieAlpha DistrictBrera Design DistrictIsola Design DistrictTortona Design DistrictQuadrilatero della Moda

GET A LOOK AT THIS OUTSTANDING MIAMI APARTMENT

This outstanding Miami loft is a female cave designed by Tiffany Howel, an interior designer and co-founder of Nigh Palm for Jena Covelo, founder of the beauty brand Agent Nateur. The apartment is located on the highest buildings projected by Sweden architecture office Herzog & de Meuron in the Miami neighborhood of Sunny Isles. This floor has two condos with two bedrooms and a private elevator and all the potential to be someone’s dream house. After living several years in Los Angeles, Jena Covello, founder of the beauty brand Agent Nateur, decided to come back to the West Coast. Jena is originally from New Jersey. So she moved to Miami to enjoy the relaxed lifestyle and the sunny weather. Moving Forward, thanks to the fantastic view, Jenna decided to buy the Miami apartment. The apartment seemed like it was taken out of Lana Del Rey’s videos, but it still needed some touches. Her friend Aimee Osbourne introduced her to the interior designer Tiffany Howell, and Jenna fell in love with her projects. The designer and Jenna connected instantly. The project took five months to finish, and it was during the pandemic, so the designer worked remotely. In order to create an airy and open space, the designer connected the kitchen, dining area the kitchen with the balcony. There are sun loungers outdoor, making the place welcoming to guests to admire the beautiful view. Tiffany wanted that the exteriors areas felt like an extension of the interior space. INSIDE THE BEAUTIFUL MIAMI APARTMENT To start the project, Tiffany made a sensorial study with Jenna to understand what they want to feel in their homes. Therefore, she analyses fragrances, musical tastes, favorite places to visit, and other curiosities. After that, the two create a playlist that defines the mood for the renovations. In this case, it was an 80´s mix of music. Both people involved in the renovation of the house have a fashion taste reflected in the upholstered. The designer combined neutral tones like white and beige with some colorful touches that reflect the pink of the Miami sunset. They also incorporated textures such as velvet with metallic elements. To create a sexy, welcoming, and calm space, Tiffany incorporated multiple curves and sizes on the furniture and the accessories on display. Always having into consideration Jena Covello’s personality. In addition, the designer added various pieces of art to brighten up the space. Among the most favorite accessories, there is the Ettore Sottsass mirror in the main room; table, and mirror that look like Bulgari jewels. According to the designer, the apartment evokes the vibes of Lana Del Rey or Sade music. In fact, for Jena, the Miami apartment is a real piece of art. Credits: Architectural Digest

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