This time we talk about Italian designers who promote their creations joining special events such as Design Circus that took place last weekend at Spazio Dante 14, close to the Expo Gate.
At Design Circus 30 carefully selected designers and artists have exhibited and sold their products.
Milan is a landmark in Italy for interior design thanks to these kinds of initiatives that are more than a showcase for professionals.
At the third edition of Design Circus, visited by 2840 people of whom 30% are foreigners, the designers have exhibited products such as furnishings, lamps, bags, fashion accessories, paintings and illustrations, but also exclusive previews as the electric bicycle with 120 km autonomy.
The entrance was free and many people have taken advantage of this festival to enjoy an exclusive shopping experience, purchasing products mainly distributed online, including unique pieces selected by the organizers of Design Circus.
We want to suggest you some brands to follow waiting for the upcoming events in Milan: Fare3D premiered his first collection of 3D printed bow ties, Stefano Epis, eclectic artist, presented his project Ri-tratto, a playful and irreverent way to reveal his identity, using typefaces to express his personality.
We-Wood showed a collection of watches made entirely of natural wood, the Quadritos by Brunella Tegas are small handmade masterpieces have a colorful cloth outline and are characterized by flowers and ornaments, with a picture and engravings that tell the story of a character.
Pian-Tina, presented by Hydro Ware in collaboration with the International Institute of Research Eureka, is a plant that can protect from electromagnetic fields, due to the expanded clay granules and a homeopathic solution that absorb the pollution generated by computers, mobile phones and appliances.
Francesco Della Femina comes from Capri and is an architect and interior designer author of pieces with pure and geometric lines and Mediterranean touches.
He realizes candelabras, mirrors, tables, lamps and chairs, a kind of handicraft contemporary and classic at the same time.
I realizzatori di idee, namely the duo Davide and Daniele Barbieri, created Pooly, a very cool bike basket made of polypropylene sheets, durable and 100% recyclable, one of the most interesting products presented at the festival.
The design brand Quattrocento proposed a collection of handmade glasses entirely in acetate and metal, offering the opportunity for customers to try for free at home 4 pairs of glasses among those for sale on their site.
Moreover Design Circus was also a chance to do a charity auction with unique pieces, sold in order to transfer the money to Panda Onlus projects, a non-profit organization founded in 2006 that carries out its activities in favor of pregnant women, mothers with young children and families living situations of social and economic disadvantage.
The contacts of the designers who joined the event can be found on the official website: www.designcircus2015.com