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Art Of Italian Design Ennezerotre (1)

The ninth edition of the Triennale Design Museum curated by Silvana Annicchiarico, with installation design by Margherita Palli, examines Italian design in the light of one its most delicate, most problematic aspects – but also one of the most exciting and appealing, which is that of gender. In a 2013 interview with online design magazine Dezeen, Patrizia Moroso, creative director of Italian furniture brand Moroso, suggested that Milan unfortunately is sitting in the past and the past is gone… the most important people of the beautiful past of Milan are very old or dead” (Source: Dezeen ). Despite Italy’s wonderful crafts heritage, Moroso was concerned that the country was in a crisis, not wishing to change or move forward.

Now owned by Italian brand Boffi, De Padova, set up in the 1950s by Fernando and Maddalena De Padova, is in a position to collaborate as part of an international joint …

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Art Of Italian Design Ennezerotre

Where two design languages seem to be different, Zaven often see connections, which coincide with their diverse research interests and their constant crossover between communication, design and art. You get to see objects from design powerhouses like Patricia Urquiola and Gae Aulenti along with ambitious and sometimes eccentric works from relatively ignored Italian designers of the past—the presentation intentionally presents no hierarchy between the two groups, again for the purpose of highlighting ideas as opposed to names and singular authorship.

In this royal bedroom interior designs you can see traditional rugs and carpets, royal bedroom curtains, royal bedroom wall ideas, royal bedroom furniture styles and more of bedroom decor parts such as bedroom gypsum decorations as sixth picture’s of royal bedroom pictures.

Francesca Molteni is convinced that Molteni&C (established in 1943 by Angelo Molteni) must look beyond Europe, believing the company’s younger generation can better adapt to an Internet-led design …