The Indesign team hits Milan this week, bringing you up-to-the-minute coverage of the world’s biggest design fair.
April 12th, 2012
Stay tuned to Indesignlive.asia for the next two weeks as we bring you our top picks, designer interviews and hottest new products from the design extravaganza that is the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, from 17-20 April.
Interviews with Studio Juju, Jaime Hayon, Nendo’s Oki Sato, Jasper Morrison, Naoto Fukasawa, BarberOsgerby, Marcel Wanders, Bolon’s Eklund sisters and Jean Nouvel are just some of the snippets you can expect as the Indesign team takes on the Milan Furniture Fair.
A selection of designers and industry specialists – including Jarrod Lim, Benjamin Hubert and Yves Béhar – will also be reporting from the fair, sharing their experiences and favourite products from a design insider’s perspective.
If you’re in Milan, keep an eye out for the Indesign team – Alice Blackwood, Mandi Keighran, Colleen Black and Marie Jakubowicz from our Australian offices, and Meggy Lim, Luo Jingmei and Rachel Lee-Leong from our Singapore office.
Check in to Indesignlive from April 17 onwards for all the latest. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @Rachel_LeeLeong @LuoJingmei @MandiKeighran @aliceblackwood for an instant design fix, live and direct from the Fair.
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