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Back from an inspiring, fast, hectic, crazy week in Milan for the Milan Design Week 2016.

So many things to talk about here on the blog: I’ve shared something live in my Facebook page here and Instagram, but can’t wait now to talk more on the blog!

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Let’s start from one of my favourite spots in Milan, the Salone Satellite: that’s to say, that Salone del Mobile area (free for visitors) dedicated to young designers and to design prototypes. Here you can find fresh ideas and maybe (hope this!) some products that will be produced then by design companies.

99 designers under the common topic “New materials New design“. So many from Nederlands this year, did you notice?

Enjoy the Pink Dog’s selection from Salone Satellite 2016!



Questo lunedì vi scrivo di ritorno da una settimana intensa, ricca di ispirazioni, velocissima, trascorsa a Milano in occasione della Milano Design Week 2016.

Ho così tante immagini e cose di cui parlarvi nel  blog: la settimana scorsa ho condiviso un po’ live nella pagina facebook e in instagram, ma ora non vedo l’ora di raccontarvi meglio quanto visto (e scoperto) qui nel blog!

Inizio da uno dei miei angoli preferiti, il Salone Satellite: la zona del Salone del Mobile dedicata ai giovani designer e a prototipi di prodotti che (magari, lo spero per loro!) vedremo in futuro in produzione.

99 designers e un tema comune,  “New materials New design“. Tantissimi dall’Olanda quest’anno, avete notato?

Ecco la selezione del cagnetto rosa: pronti ad una raffica di novità dal Salone satellite 2016?



David Derksen Design, Nederlands


Imagine, Japan

[in love with Home Sweet Home lighting and Kibi-net storage]


Camilla Brunelli Design, Italy

[her Summer outdoor series is made out of natural lavastone decorated with glass, creating a beautiful sewn effect]



Orla Reynolds Studio, Ireland

[a smart solution for those who don’t have space for chairs and tables!]



T-Light by Gennaro Comunale, Italy




David Pompa, Mexico

[the new Cupallo lamp and his La Caleta lamps with hand waven structure]



Void Setup, Tokyo

[his Awa lamp is filled with soap!]



Eliseluttik, Nederlands

[I want her Prismania chair in my home!]



Susanne de Graef, Nederlands

[her Freistil179 cushions and the amazing lamps the Rhythm of Light]


Studio Lotte Douwes, Nederlands

[Lam&Socket smart eletricity and lighting solution; Table landscapes; Spatial vase]



Louisa Koeber, Austria

[her modular wall hook system is called Bark!]


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Alessandra Meacci, Italy

[we met her last year here, remember? ]




Studio Nito, Germany

[Bobina chairs are inspired by bobbins]


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Muka Design Lab, Spain

[and the beautiful Silla Réves chair]


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1| 2 Guillame Neu Rinaudo for Proof of Guilt, Germany

[Alteration coated steel and brass lamp + coloured glass base]

3| Antje Pesel, Germany

[we met her last year here, remember? ]



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Ini Archibong capsule collection “In the Secret Garden” fro Amen&Amen

[love the colours!!]