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Milan Design Week 2017

COVER Editor Lucy Upward chooses 12 of her favourite rugs and textiles from Milan Design Week 2017.

A week of colour, craftsmanship, geometric design and texture across the city of Milan.

 

  1. urru:orlandi

    1. Sardinian weavings by Mariantonia Urru showing at Rossana Orlandi

     

    Salem.lambrate

    2. Handwoven rugs by Berlin-based designer Salem van der Swaagh shown at Ventura Lambrate

     

    Heavy Metal.levi

    3. Flatwoven rugs made of the natural fibre fique and metal from the ‘Heavy Metal’ exhibition at the Alberto Levi Gallery

     

roos.soetekouw

4. A detail of one of Roos Soetekouw’s exciting new rug designs made at TextielMuseum Tilburg, shown at Ventura Lambrate

 

Blake textiles

5. Alluring upcycled textiles made of plastic bags and elastic bands by young designer Blake at Ventura Lambrate

 

karpeta

6. The fantastic Karpeta exhibition of rugs at the Casa dell’Opera Nazionale Balilla featuring wallpaper by Texturae. This rug is designed by José Mendosa

 

amini

7. The new Manlio Rho collection by Amini at Salone del Mobile

 

cctapis. proba

8. cc-tapis debuted a vast array of stunning new rug designs at Saloen del Mobile and the brand’s cool new showroom near Duomo. I loved these two designed by Alex Proba

lanzavecchiawai nodus

9. Nodus also showed off some amazing new rugs brimming with intense colour, including ‘Icosaedro’ by Lanzavecchia + Wai (above)

 

nanimarquina

10. Spanish brand Nanimarquina celebrated its 30th anniversary with a beautiful array of collaborative work at Salone del Mobile. Rugs by Jaime Hayon and flatweaves by Raw Colour and Begüm Cana Özgür (pictured) made for a stunning display

 

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11. Afternoon tea in the company of Kirby Design and Eley Kishimoto in Brera was a great way to spend an afternoon. The new sumptuous fabric and wallpaper were very enticing as were the cakes

 

GAN

12. At Salone Del Mobile GAN showed off the brand’s new outdoor textile collection designed by Patricia Urquiola. The harmonious Garden Layers collection was inspired by Urquiola’s travels to India

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