As part of our coverage of the 2014 Milan design week, we asked members of the Australian design community who were making the pilgrimage to share their thoughts with us. This week we hear from Café Culture + Insitu’s Laura Sue-San.
May 13th, 2014
Name: Laura Sue-San
Occupation: Marketing and Brands Manager
Based in: Surry Hills, Sydney
Company: Café Culture + Insitu
Position: Marketing and Brands Manager
How would you describe the 2014 Milan Design Fair in one sentence?
An eye opening, inspirational, community event which puts into perspective the global scale for which we work with our brands and the industry.
What was your favourite:
District: Via Tortona for Superstudio and Moooi
Laurel, Stan and Hardy by Simon Kampfler for Zilio A&C (left), Tweetie by Jake Pipps for Casamania (right)
Party/event: Casamania meet the designers Monday preview
Newcomer’s stand? Danish LIVINGRoom
What is the 2014 Milan:
What was THE place to be for this at Milan 2014?
Santa Maria Street fair to mix with the local design community
What has been the highlight of your time in Milan?
Great weather meant a social, interactive festival where the whole city embraced the event. Great to see restaurants, bars, retail and students all getting involved and celebrating.
For more indesignlive coverage of the 2014 Milan design fair visit: indesignlive.com/category/articles/in-review/milan-14
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