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 with my camera in hand, I chose to attend only those exhibitions held in the historical locations of Milan, hidden places that are not always accessible to visit during the year. If I can enjoy a double dose of beauty and inspiration, why renounce?
So I created a photo essay that tells the Fuorisalone 2019 from the point of view of the interaction between humans and design in some of the most beautiful places of Milan; a colour, texture and shape “play” that puts side by side people and interesting design pieces.
Photography | Words : Rosamaria Filograsso
Pics 1-2 : Brazillian Pavillion, Museo della Permanente
Pics 3-5 : Dutch in Milano, Palazzo Turati
Pic 4 : Marc Ange, Palazzo Cusani
Pic 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
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