“When someone says: I can do it too…it means that he can repeat to do it, otherwise he would have done it before.”
Bruno Munari, one of the leading figures of the 20th century in art, design and graphics, summarizes, without ambiguity, the creative spirit of design, a key element of the Milan Design Week, the most important design event in the world. Salone del Mobile, exclusively dedicated to the furniture, and, of course, the unmissable Fuorisalone, dedicated to anyone who wants to have fun feeling inspired by the originality of design, are the main locations of Design Week.
Fuorisalone was born in the early ’80s by some companies in the furniture and design sectors and today it involves many other related sectors, including technology, art, fashion and food. The Fuorisalone It represents the most festive and cool side of the Salone. Exhibitions, new projects and exclusive parties animate and capture entire neighborhoods, creating a Design District. You dive in the midst of installations and experimental proposals, created between art and innovation, and from which style and style and creativity of well-knew designers as well as of talented young emerge.