After several postponements, Milan Design Week returned in force this year. From June 7 to 12, the Lombardy capital moved to the frantic rhythm of fashion and design, offering a panoramic view of the trends to follow. Acumen shares with you three highlights that marked this new edition.
Studio KO at Bisazza
For their first collaboration with the Italian house, the French architectural duo wanted to reinterpret the natural elegance of marble by giving it a contemporary look. Three modules with a resolutely modern geometric composition reveal a keen sense for the play of contrasts and light and sublimate the material that is marble.
Divine Inspiration by Lee Broom
To mark the fifteenth anniversary of his studio, the British Lee Broom imagines this new collection of lighting, Divine Inspiration. Theatrical creations that combine the world of brutalist architecture with that of places of worship. With these pure silhouettes made of sometimes unexplored materials, the light takes on a whole new dimension. Sacred and contemplative.
WOVEN Whisper by Richard Yasmine
WOVEN Whisper is an ode to craftsmanship. To a disappearing cultural heritage. Conceived by the Lebanese designer Richard Yasmine, the collection is an exploration into ancestral know-how, revealed by the bold forms of modernism and the Arts & Crafts movement. The result is poetic furniture of great emotional power.