Fuorisalone 2022: installations not to be missed

Even Fuorisalon 2022 will have it settings not to be missed. And, yes, most will be outside, for everyone. Thus Milan Design Week this year will return with the aim of transforming the streets of Milan into an urban theater to cross – from north and south, from east to west – with a smartphone in hand and a camera ready to immortalize time (and design) in one or more shots. . To post on social media? Perhaps because the floating forest in the waters of Darsena, which we have been talking about for several days, could be an image that looks like rain. But apart from the portals Internet, which are of little interest to those who are versed in art and design, the general public, as you know, wants to experience the unmissable edition of Fuorisalone. And therefore, here’s a preview of the installations that will turn the city into a stage that creates a fun, educational and cultural scenography.

Fuorisalone 2022: an installation not to be missed

slow life Finemateria in Piazza Citta di Lombardia

Art Direction: Studio NonFuturo; models: Giovanni Dodorico and Sarah Barbini; outfit: sunney

Nicolo Bressan

At Piazza Città di Lombardia, the Finemateria team will create an original set design, a tribute to slowness. It will be called Slow life a project that will transform the public space at the foot of the Palazzo di Regione Lombardia into an urban (designer) living room dedicated to individuality and community. Commissioned by Isola Design District, the work will feature products from 16 designers to help create a creative project inspired in terms of functionality and aesthetics by a Japanese home. To come in slow life it will be rest and comfort. This will overcome the superficial visual perception we are used to, especially in the chaotic days of Fuorisalone, and allow time to become superfluous so that the ticking of the clock is no longer an issue. In a word, space for design, on the square.

sprouts Marcantonio in the courtyard of Palazzo Durini Caproni di Taliedo

Installation sprouts Marcantonio for Natuzzi

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It will be large, in the style of Marcantonio. And it will be revealing. Here is the face sprouts, the installation, exhibited in the courtyard of Palazzo Durini Caproni di Taliedo for the Natuzzi Exhibition Hall, will only be visible on Wednesday 8 June and Thursday 9 June. The work will arrive at Fuorisalone to celebrate the concept Second Life and talk about life. Based on the idea of ​​rebirth and wanting to emphasize the close connection that unites us today more than ever with nature and the environment, Marcantonio decided to turn one of the most significant courtyards in the center of Milan into a fairy tale world. in which giant olive shoots will grow out of the pavement, or rather, out of the ground.

dream art di Ruby Barber from Mary Lennox Studios

dream artRuby Barber of Mary Lennox Studios

Benne Oaks

Work dream art Ruby Barber of Studio Mary Lennox explores the interplay between nature and technology through a breathtaking and dreamlike installation on display at the Palazzo Clerici in Brera. The Australian artist’s sculptural and inspiring work combines the fragility of colors with a 21st century technological perspective. “I am curious to explore the connections between nature and the contemporary human environment. I am particularly interested in the possible interactions between botany and technology. When realizing this work, I dreamed of a place where two worlds meet, and I united them, creating a single whole. space for new experiences,” said the artist. The work of Ruby Barber is the second signed dream artPorsche initiative.

Hypernova Sara Riccardi in the Superstudio Lounge

Hypernova Sara Riccardi powered by gloTM

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Superstudio Lounge Star – Installation Hypernova Sara Riccardi for gloTM will combine botanical elements with electronic components. Bound together to create a single cohesive texture, these contemporary ingredients will strive to speak persuasively. We collective in search of “our way” and “our identity”. Abstract concepts? Not really. If in astronomy Hypernova it is a stellar explosion from which new galaxies are born, the work wants to build a place of total expansion that one can enter to feel the pattern of life and interconnected fabric. From the central heart, the viewer will experience an experience in which nature and technology, uniqueness and diversity coexist between nature and sound.

floating forest by Stefano Boeri Interiors in Darsena

floating forest Stefano Boeri Interiors supported by Timberland

Photo courtesy of Stefano Boeri Interiors

Cities should be greener. This is one of the most promising and powerful teachings coming from the House of Boeri. Thus, the architect and his studio, founded with Giorgio Dona – Stefano Boeri Interiors – in the days of Fuorisalone will contribute to the creation of a floating forest (already chattering along the corridors of the city). This work, created for Timberland, was born from the idea of ​​emphasizing the importance of the ecosystem in which we live – truly feeling like a part of it – in the spirit of participating in a sincere dialogue between humanity and nature. The project materializes into a significant and recognizable landmark.

toilet paper street dream with Red Bull Organics

fuorisalone 2021, toilet paper at home

Toilet paper via Balzaretti

Alberto Zanetti

TOILETPAPER STREET is gearing up to be the city center for Milan Design Week 2022. A creative attraction on Via Balzaretti (followed by the Twin Houses) will be transformed into a site to open during the Fuorisalone days to become a permanent public art installation donated to the community. In this way, the editorial project of Maurizio Cattelan and Paolo Ferrari will renew the invitation to the general public to enter the “via dei rossetti” and enjoy the colorful explosion that infects architecture and urban planning. Created for ORGANICS by Red Bull, the installation will be an expression of natural (and artistic) talent that will help create a colorful and multi-colored glimpse.

home therapy by Atelier Biaghetti

home therapy by Atelier Biaghetti

Courtesy of Atelier Biagetti

Known for their ironic and performative approach, and always attentive to the most common obsessions of modern society, Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari will turn the adult audience into a class of children through a project dedicated to pets. Giant cats, lunar and obedient, will become sculptural seats in the shade of soft and colorful palm trees with luminous coconuts. Each object will be a functional sculpture, conceived as a device capable of activating the idea of ​​a house without boundaries, where the interior merges with the exterior and where the game will be a serious thing that can no longer be done without.

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