Fuorisalone's Freedom (2016, Milan)

Fuorisalone of Milan Is Characterized by Its Total Freedom of Expression, Starting From Furniture to Home Furnishings to The Most Extravagant Solutions For The Reuse of Waste Materials. in This Article I Have Collected Some of The Exhibits That Impressed

CITIZEN is a leading Japanese company that makes watches. Since the foundation in 1918, Citizen has believed in "Better Starts Now": no matter whom you are or what you do, but you can always improve and now it's time to start doing it. The installation, collaboration with Tsuyoshi Tane, shows two distinct zones, differentiated by different spatial arrangement of more than 120 thousands clock parts hanging from wires.Aizome Furniture was founded by Japanese designer Ryota Yokozeki. I was struck by the basic concept of his creations, which means the use of a dye for fabrics such as indigo applied on the whole objects made of different materials, to give a sense of intimacy between the parties.ROLING born in 2000 in China, founded by three designers, Lin Qi, Jian Guo Liang and Frank Chou. In the works we see the oriental grace mixed with western rationality; you see the heat of the experience of use close to the joy of visual experience. In some details there is a luxury vein, but at the same time we see a poetic refinement.The installation designed by Pixartprinting proposes this: to give a moment of wonder. A complex surprisingly simple project: the technology and materials to the pleasure of the user service, a continuous metamorphosis from white to the harmony of colors, a cell organic transformation almost invisible to the complex organism, able to steal your soul. Installation that aims to draw the viewer in itself, take it to a privileged point of use in order to attend an event unique, extraordinary, able to enchant and mesmerize.Thanks to Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology, present in most modern hydrogen cars, LEXUS feeds throughout the installation. While electricity lights and moves the installation, the visitor can experience the essence of Japanese hospitality thanks to a culinary experience prepared by the chef Yoji Tokuyoshi, which starts from the waste product of hydrogen fuel cells, simple water, to surprise with distant and exotic flavors.SISMA is a genuine Italian company that produces the 60 high-precision machines. In recent years, with the 3D printing technology, the company has focused on 3D printing metal technology used sees thin layers of metal powders gradually spread out and selectively fused by a laser beam, to form a metal object perfectly format. In the exhibition space you could see beautiful jewelry and titanium glasses.The work of RILEGNO proposes the re-use and recycling of wood creative: you can get it smart objects, outside the lines, brilliant, all ready to meet the demands of the furniture market. In the exhibition space they were observed very interesting solutions applied to a living material like wood and varied.NOCOMICS is a provocative new brand, inspired by the pop art movement, from which he takes the caricatures but rather the lettering and representations onomatopoeic sounds. NOCOMICS try to give a voice to its products.VITRA, a Swiss company known internationally, to Fuorisalone proposes an installation curated by Müller Van Tol. The colors and movement are the main features of the exhibition space, as it should be for a company that aims to improve the quality of homes, offices and public spaces thanks to the power of design.MIELE makes its debut in Tortona with "The Invisible Kitchen", a project that tries to explain the kitchen in an experimental way, as if the cook had never been fully understood before this project.MOLESKINE introduced at the Fuorisalone the Smart Writing Set, a new way of working, design and create: an electronic pen converts the stretch drawn on a sheet in a signal that is transmitted to a tablet or a mobile phone, so as to be readily modified through graphics program or shared in the network. The result is surprising.The mechanical marvels have fascinated mankind for centuries. The desire to give life to inanimate objects, to make them almost indistinguishable from the living, was a highly developed theme of the Art and Crafts movement. Crystal Automata, installation of PRECIOSA LIGHTING, consists of a series of mechanical crystal plant, embodies the same craftsmanship of the glass and master watchmakers of the time.The project proposed by ASUS takes the form of a forest of tree-shaped sculptures, each animated by a button that cyclically changes color and light tones, symbolically expressing the changing seasons. Visitors are invited to interact with the installations through the flash of their smartphones to give life to the forest and, together, create a harmonious spectacle of light and color.Arnout VISSER, Dutch designer, presents to the street Bergognone BASE her glass lamps, totally inspired by the shape of mushrooms. Visser produces lamp bases using a method that has created himself, in fact uses of glass blowing techniques and severity without molds or tools. This gives each lamp a unique shape. I was very fascinated with this installation because it reminded me of the magic mushrooms that for thousands of years are part of religious culture and spiritual man.The source of inspiration for the work of Mario Bellini is the Airbump of the Citroën C4 Cactus, based on protective capsule with compressed air. The chair, despite being made of polymers, has softness almost equal to that of an armchair. Thus it was born the new curious chair designed by the Milanese designer, who also handled the whole set up of the Citroën installation.LEFF Amsterdam, in collaboration with Studio Truly Truly, an Australian design duo based in Rotterdam, has accepted the challenge to create a new audio concept. The group has worked with the Textiel Museum, one of the most important European centers in textile industry, to build a simple but ingenious method for transforming audio products in beautiful interior objects.The installation proposed by MOOOI brings to life a world of ideas and solutions to illuminate daily life with a touch of magic. This American company proposed method is places where visions converge and where everyone can stop and feel comfortable in an eclectic mix of cultures and experiences that makes the environment more beautiful and unique home.GEOLUXE presents new innovative Pyrolithic® Stone versions, revolutionary material characterized by the noble beauty of natural marble to which you add exceptional technical and functional performance. Naoto Fukasawa reveals the uniqueness of GEOLUXE through an exhibition that focuses on purity and lightness, telling the peculiarities of this extraordinary material through the grace of its essential design approach.Takara Belmont exhibits an exclusive selection and success of its lines of professional chairs for barbers. On the occasion of Fuorisalone they are presented the first prototypes of the recent fruit and exclusive partnership with Rubelli Group, world renowned for its fine fabrics.KEF with "KEF OBSESSIONS", the KEF design philosophy that enables its designers to create speakers that are placed on the thin line between sound and sculpture, proposes the most extraordinary sensory experience, listening and appreciating the high resolution sound; a luxurious feel by touch and feel, and a feast for the eyes through design. Exerpt:CITIZEN is a leading Japanese company that makes watches. Since the foundation in 1918, Citizen has believed in "Better Starts Now": no matter whom you are or what you do, but you can always improve and now it's time to start doing it. The installation, collaboration with Tsuyoshi Tane, shows two distinct zones, differentiated by different spatial arrangement of more than 120 thousands clock parts hanging from wires.Aizome Furniture was founded by Japanese designer Ryota Yokozeki...

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