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The most innovative design event starts, for the second time, in Milan today to 14th April and takes place in Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci.

The Most Salone, happens in Milan Design Week and invited some of the Top inventive brands to exhibit their designs and projects in one trendiest event that happens in parallel with the In Salone design event.

Studio Job + Lensvelt’s collaboration

Studio Job was founded in 2000 by Mr. & Mrs. Smeets both graduates of the Design Academy Eindhoven now based in Antwerp and the Netherlands. The cooperation between Lensvelt and Studio Job started in 2011 with the development of Job Office. In 2012 the Job Cabinet won the Wallpaper Design Award and the Elle Decoration International Design Award. During the 2013 Milan Design Week, Lensvelt will dedicate a solo presentation just to Job Office.


American Design Club

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The AmDC aims to foster camaraderie and connection between designers by creating platforms for sharing inspiration, ideas and resources, that encourage and promote the efforts of emerging designers in the United States, since its foundation in 2008.


Euell Furniture

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Phillip Euell is a an American furniture maker living in Paris, evolved an aesthetic that evokes the American minimalist tradition while remixing shapes and forms present in post-war european design movements.


Tom Dixon

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This year tom Dixon take visitors through two contrasting environments, the rough and the smooth, a story of opposites where the brand have spotted two seemingly contradictory themes in our new collection and decided that they go really rather well together.


School Of Form

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“Let’s cook the future” is an innovative project led by second year School of Form students (Industrial Design Dept), where you can see the meal being cooked by the robot KUKA and  taste the dishes afterwards. This is a cooperation project between three project partners: Lidl, Amica, Concordia Design and Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

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