since 1998 the most promising young designers from all over the world display their works.
The Satellite immediately became an unparallelled observatory of young international creativity, and each year it hosts 700 young designers and students of the most prestigious design schools and universities.Salone Satellite has been the first area I’ve visited at #iSaloni, I’ve wanted to get there with clear mind (and un-painful legs). Here the selection of the pink dog preferred design creations… and it’s really just a coincidence that most of them are all from female designers!
Ceramic artist Kim Hayoon have created these gorgeous tableware series called “Another ceramic” which have been presented at Salone Satellite, but it’s just one from a series of original objects, including also lamps and mugs, all in ceramic. (www.kimhayoon.com)
“Chaotic Love” is the name of this funky yet elegant collection designed by Swedish Ninja, a Scandinavian firm founded by designer Maria Gustavsson. In the website (www.swedishninja.com), there are also many interesting interior design concepts designed by the firm.
“Playa Mobilia” is the name of the series and they are a creation from Portuguese designer Tania da Cruz; maybe you will remember her strange head-shaped vases from last year Salone Satellite edition?
This lamp is an invention of studio Imagine, from Osaka. Their website is all in Japanese so I’m not able to add any info to these beautiful images…I’ve loved this “shower/lamp” so much, the idea of havinf a shower with light is fascinating! (www.imagine2009.net)
I love the creations of this Norvegian duo called Vera&Kyte. The Topiary lamps are beautiful in their bidimensional simplicity and soft colours, as well as Balcony daybe, inspired by the leisurely feel of time spent on a sunny balcony. (www.vera-kyte.com)