Published on : Monday, October 13, 2014
It’s time for the second edition of the creative alliance between the SaloneSatellite and la Rinascente, who offer their support to young designers striving to enter the world of design. At la Rinascente, Design Supermarket, Milan, from 9th October to Christmas.
The SaloneSatellite, the premier talent scout of young creativity, which each year during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile offers promising designers under 35 international visibility and direct contact with manufacturers from the world of furnishings, renews its alliance – after the great success of last year’s initiative – with la Rinascente, the other important Milanese venue where new design trends find space alongside the best brands in the field and the most interesting products of the moment.
From 9th October to 25th December , at the Design Supermarket at the Design Supermarket at the Design Supermarket of Milan’s venerable department store, a space of great renown and historic importance – it was la Rinascente that instituted the prestigious “Compasso d’Oro” award in 1954, which was in fact given to the SaloneSatellite last May – the products of 7 young designers selected at the 2014 young designers selected at the 2014 edition of the SaloneSatellite will be displayed fo edition of the SaloneSatellite r sale. The designers are Arturo Erbsman Arturo Erbsman Arturo Erbsman (France), Garay Studio Garay Studio Garay Studio (Spain), Tania da Cruz Tania da Cruz Tania da Cruz (Portugal), Tsukasa Goto Tsukasa Goto Tsukasa Goto (Japan), Maria Volokhova (Ukraine), Uto Balmoral Volokhova Uto Balmoral Uto Balmoral (Italy), Livia Rossi and Gianluca Giabardo of the Dossofiorito studio Dossofiorito studio (Italy).
The selection of the products chosen by la Rinascente is based on the interpretation of the theme of the latest edition of the SaloneSatellite –“Design, Innovation + Craftsmanship” – which saw young designers investigating the value of integration and contamination between artisanal tradition and the possibilities offered by contemporary methods of design and industrial production. The variety of products on display represents an anthology of materials worked with both traditional and new techniques like digital manufacturing, in a seamless integration of artisanal and industrial production.
Objects with a special reverence for nature reverence for nature reverence for nature or direct interaction with the direct interaction with the plant world direct interaction with the plant world: plant world lamps that capture the fascination of the various a lamps spects of water, or that evoke the forms of mushrooms; fruit bowls that become poetic citations of mountains and cultivated fields; vases with feminine attributes and a flowering face vases .