Normally at this time of year we would all be working frantically towards Milan Design Week, one of the most important design events of the year. Here at Movimento we are struggling to accept that we won’t be getting the yearly dose of incredible design, new discoveries and stimulating discussion that comes with each edition of Salone and Fuorisalone. So while there won’t be a Milan Design Week to attend this April, we will be imagining what would have been and paying our tributes to Milan Design Week with a visual exhibition we have named ‘Omaggio’.
Movimento, together with Visual Pleasure Magazine has co-curated a visual tribute to Milan Design Week called ‘Omaggio’. It includes a global selection of pieces from the members of Movimento Club with interior styling by Bruno Tarsia and 3D visualisation by Rolig Design.
The scene, designed by Bruno Tarsia, is a piece of architecture like no other, each room flows effortlessly into the next, walls seem to stretch into the night sky, forms are repeating yet always unexpected. All of this sits within dreamy landscapes of sand dunes and still skies, almost as if we are in a dream, visiting all of the exhibitions we are missing without Milan Design Week this year. The pieces have been gathered from all corners of the world including Mexico, Australia, South Korea, Slovenia, USA and The Netherlands.
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