I know very little about design, so Fuorisalone during the Milan Design Week is always a good idea to get to know the topic a little bit better. This year I committed myself to it: two full-time days, attending only the exhibitions held in the historical locations of Milan, hidden places that are not always accessible to visit during the year. With the clear intention to enjoy a double dose of beauty and inspiration.
And of course on day one I had a certain project on my mind I wanted to develop, that changed as soon as I saw the photographs I shot once back home. Typical.
So I created a photo essay that tells the Fuorisalone 2019 from the point of view of the interaction between people and design in some of the most beautiful places of Milan; a colour, texture and shape “play” that puts side by side design pieces as well as people.
Pics 1-2: Brazillian Pavillion, Museo della permanente
Pics 3-5: Dutch in Milano, Palazzo Turati
Pics 4: Marc Ange, Palazzo Cusani
Pics 7: Saint Louis, Santa maria del Carmine
Pics 8-12: Interni Human Spaces, Botanical Garden of Brera
Pics 6-9-10-11-13: Palazzo Clerici & Circolo Filologico Milanese
Pic 14: Chiostro San Simpliciano