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“Designing a room is very similar to designing a collection,” Anna Sui says of her Greenwich Village apartment, where she’s lived for over 20 years. How so? Both require historical research for inspiration, a decisive color palette, and “a mood I’m trying to create,” she says, accomplished by filling a space with beautiful and interesting things. Her “Silver Living Room” is inspired by the work of eccentric decorator Rose Cumming and features reflective hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper along with William De Morgan dodo bird tiles. (Acquiring the rare tiles was a dream of Sui’s—“I had seen them in books and at the Victoria and Albert museum,” she says. However, she feared they were no longer in production, until a curator at the V&A shared that there was one place that still reproduced De Morgan’s intricate work.) Then there’s the Red Room, which features a cabinet filled with vintage Vogues. Her spare-bedroom turned walk-in closet is adorned with a mural by Hilary Knight, the illustrator of Eloise.
Populating the historic Palazzo dell’Arte, the Triennale Design Museum has had a permanent presence in Milan since 2007, where it continues to honor Italy’s immense design contributions along with those of influential international creators. During Milan Design Week, the Triennale Milano hosted four installations by Mathieu Lehanneur. The French designer utilized scientific data and satellite imagery to help visualize forms of environmental crisis. Japan design studio KOYORI presented five revelatory chairs and Italian furniture manufacturer Gufram celebrated 50 years of its twee Cactus collection. The centerpiece this year, complete with a DJ soundtrack, was a partnership with Memphis Milano that displayed more than 200 items from the colorful post-modern Memphis movement founded by Italy’s own Ettore Sottsass.
Hosted in the haze of a shuttered second-floor apartment, Dimore Milano’s dreamlike Oublié exhibition aimed to emulate the experience of returning to a forgotten home. Inside, hidden smoke machines filled the air with fog and petals fell from dying flowers. Beneath this mysterious texture, each room was punctuated by the design gallery’s opulent lights and furnishings. Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci founded the architecture and design firm Dimore Studio in Milan in 2003. From this practice, Dimore Milano and its highly anticipated exhibitions were born. Milan art and design icon Rossana Orlandi’s eponymous gallery, founded in 2002, is a meandering wonderland of craft, collectible design and mind-bending furniture. Down hallways, up stairwells and around corners, visitors attended three exhibitions entitled The Danish House, RO Collectible and Les Ami de RO’s Reveal. From future-heirloom-oriented Sé Collection’s disco-themed room, dubbed SÉ CHIC, to designer Shaikha Al-Sulaiti’s stool assembled from a deconstructed Birkin bag, the conceptual experience was second to none.
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