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Top exhibits from FuoriSalone: Milan 2016

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Some of the best designs and concepts from this year's FuoriSalone
Some of the best designs and concepts from this year's FuoriSalone
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Range Rover's Evoque Convertible, FuoriSalone 2016
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Range Rover's Evoque Convertible, FuoriSalone 2016
Land Rover introduces “FreeRide,” a project inspired by the characteristics of the new Range Rover Evoque Convertible
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Land Rover introduces “FreeRide,” a project inspired by the characteristics of the new Range Rover Evoque Convertible
The installation, specifically designed and created by Odo Fioravanti Design Studio for Design Week 2016, draws inspiration from Range Rover Evoque Convertible
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The installation, specifically designed and created by Odo Fioravanti Design Studio for Design Week 2016, draws inspiration from Range Rover Evoque Convertible
Barlinek, layered wood floors manufacturer, Tabanda design studio and Design Alive Magazine presented a Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
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Barlinek, layered wood floors manufacturer, Tabanda design studio and Design Alive Magazine presented a Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
Flat chair module at Sensorial Carpentry
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Flat chair module at Sensorial Carpentry
The tiny metal chair folds into shape
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The tiny metal chair folds into shape
The wooden legs get attached
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The wooden legs get attached
The tiny chair is now complete
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The tiny chair is now complete
Life size chairs by Tabanda design studio at the Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
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Life size chairs by Tabanda design studio at the Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
Life size chairs by Tabanda design studio at the Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
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Life size chairs by Tabanda design studio at the Sensorial Carpentry exhibit
The creative and interactive wood workshop allowed visitors to get their hands dirty and take on the role of a traditional woodworker, sawing and working with wood materials
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The creative and interactive wood workshop allowed visitors to get their hands dirty and take on the role of a traditional woodworker, sawing and working with wood materials
Sensorial Carpentry creative and interactive wood workshop
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Sensorial Carpentry creative and interactive wood workshop
Soft chair designs by Cor Agis
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Soft chair designs by Cor Agis
Soft fabric chairs by Cor Agis
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Soft fabric chairs by Cor Agis
Citroën's E-Mehari all-electric vehicle
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Citroën's E-Mehari all-electric vehicle
The electric Citroen concept was announced late last year and features a thermoformed plastic body
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The electric Citroen concept was announced late last year and features a thermoformed plastic body
The electric Citroen features a plastic shell
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The electric Citroen features a plastic shell
The E-Mehari with aCactus-inspired face, grooved doors inspired by the original Méhari,and a redesigned rear-end
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The E-Mehari with aCactus-inspired face, grooved doors inspired by the original Méhari,and a redesigned rear-end
Pepsi's "Design Mixology" Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
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Pepsi's "Design Mixology" Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
Pepsi's "Design Mixology" Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
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Pepsi's "Design Mixology" Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
Adventure Design Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
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Adventure Design Exhibit, FuoriSalone 2016
Interactive experience at the Super Studio, FuoriSalone 2016
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Interactive experience at the Super Studio, FuoriSalone 2016
Interactive Sustainable experience at the Super Studio, FuoriSalone 2016
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Interactive Sustainable experience at the Super Studio, FuoriSalone 2016
Super Design Show, FuoriSalone 2016
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Super Design Show, FuoriSalone 2016
Taking apart the traditional speaker, Super Design Show, FuoriSalone 2016
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Taking apart the traditional speaker, Super Design Show, FuoriSalone 2016
Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
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Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
Kef Obsessions is about sound, quality and innovation
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Kef Obsessions is about sound, quality and innovation
Range of speakers by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
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Range of speakers by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
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Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
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Listening experience by Kef Obsessions, Super Design Show
Modern fashion speakers by Vifa
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Modern fashion speakers by Vifa
Handbag inspired portable speaker by Vifa
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Handbag inspired portable speaker by Vifa
Detail shot of the Vifa speaker at the Super Design Show
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Detail shot of the Vifa speaker at the Super Design Show
HAND 01.2 design for responsibly sourced material
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HAND 01.2 design for responsibly sourced material
Focus sculptures at the Super Design Show
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Focus sculptures at the Super Design Show
Unique lamp sculpture by Pietro Travaglindi Designs, FuorisSalone 2016
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Unique lamp sculpture by Pietro Travaglindi Designs, FuorisSalone 2016
Unique lamp sculpture by Pietro Travaglindi Designs, FuorisSalone 2016
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Unique lamp sculpture by Pietro Travaglindi Designs, FuorisSalone 2016
Creative shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
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Creative shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
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Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
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Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
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Modular shelving by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
You can design your own wall with this great shelving by Add Plus design
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You can design your own wall with this great shelving by Add Plus design
Great option for the kid's room by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
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Great option for the kid's room by Add Plus design, FuoriSalone 2016
Crystal Automata Exhibit at the FuoriSalone 2016
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Crystal Automata Exhibit at the FuoriSalone 2016
Walking through Tortona Area during the FuoriSalone 2016
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Walking through Tortona Area during the FuoriSalone 2016
Gorgeous designs by Mads Moesgaard Ramm
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Gorgeous designs by Mads Moesgaard Ramm
Sleek bar stools by Mads Moesgaard Ramm
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Sleek bar stools by Mads Moesgaard Ramm
Outdoor modern furniture by Saba
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Outdoor modern furniture by Saba
Toyota'sSetsuna concept car is a two-seater vehicle that has beenbeautifully constructed out of Japanese wood materials
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Toyota'sSetsuna concept car is a two-seater vehicle that has beenbeautifully constructed out of Japanese wood materials
The Setsuna concept car was made using 86handmade panels
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The Setsuna concept car was made using 86handmade panels
Japanesecedar was used for the exterior panels
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Japanesecedar was used for the exterior panels
Toyota's Setsuna concept car features a stunning wooden interior
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Toyota's Setsuna concept car features a stunning wooden interior
Toyota'sSetsuna concept car has beenbeautifully handcrafted
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Toyota'sSetsuna concept car has beenbeautifully handcrafted
Japanese birch was used for the frame panels
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Japanese birch was used for the frame panels
Toyota's Setsuna concept car features a stunning wooden interior
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Toyota's Setsuna concept car features a stunning wooden interior
Sectionsof the wooden car were joined together using traditional Japanesecarpentry techniques
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Sectionsof the wooden car were joined together using traditional Japanesecarpentry techniques
This is a special play zone for cats by Domusfelis
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This is a special play zone for cats by Domusfelis
Inside look at the playhouse for cats by Domusfelis
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Inside look at the playhouse for cats by Domusfelis
Wooden playhouse for cats by Domusfelis
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Wooden playhouse for cats by Domusfelis
Such fine attention to detail
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Such fine attention to detail
Not an angle left unexplored
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Not an angle left unexplored
Table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
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Table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
Stunning dining table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
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Stunning dining table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
Table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
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Table with plant center-piece by Fondone15
Casual lounge options by Mouu
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Casual lounge options by Mouu
Creative lamp designs by Mouu
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Creative lamp designs by Mouu
Be Different display at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Be Different display at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Assano display at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Assano display at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Flat folding chairs by Double
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Flat folding chairs by Double
"Glow of Life" Exhibit by Asus Design
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"Glow of Life" Exhibit by Asus Design
"Glow of Life" Exhibit by Asus Design
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"Glow of Life" Exhibit by Asus Design
Colorful chairs by Qeeboo
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Colorful chairs by Qeeboo
Ribbon chairs by Qeeboo
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Ribbon chairs by Qeeboo
Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Splashes of color at the Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Splashes of color at the Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Qeeboo Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Unique lamp by Mooi
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Unique lamp by Mooi
Unique lamp by Mooi, FuoriSalone 2016
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Unique lamp by Mooi, FuoriSalone 2016
Concrete inspired lounge room by Mooi
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Concrete inspired lounge room by Mooi
Hanging lamps by Mooi
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Hanging lamps by Mooi
Outdoor inspired living by Mooi
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Outdoor inspired living by Mooi
Mooi Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Mooi Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Mesh lamps by Mooi
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Mesh lamps by Mooi
Mooi Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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Mooi Exhibit at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Chandelier made from office lamps by Mooi
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Chandelier made from office lamps by Mooi
Huge marble armchair by Mooi
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Huge marble armchair by Mooi
"Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
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"Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
"Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
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"Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
Marble "Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
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Marble "Unveil" sculptures by Geoluxe
Marble interior garden by Geoluxe
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Marble interior garden by Geoluxe
Designer truck, Zona Tortona, Milan Design Week 2016
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Designer truck, Zona Tortona, Milan Design Week 2016
A truck is transformed into a living room at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
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A truck is transformed into a living room at Tortona, FuoriSalone 2016
Vintage inspired bike by Bottega Conticelli
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Vintage inspired bike by Bottega Conticelli
Leather detailed Vespa by Bottega Conticelli
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Leather detailed Vespa by Bottega Conticelli
Leather detailed Vespa by Bottega Conticelli
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Leather detailed Vespa by Bottega Conticelli
Fine leather tailoring all handmade by Bottega Conticelli
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Fine leather tailoring all handmade by Bottega Conticelli
Land Rover introduces “FreeRide,” a project inspired by the characteristics of the new Range Rover Evoque Convertible
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Land Rover introduces “FreeRide,” a project inspired by the characteristics of the new Range Rover Evoque Convertible
TheItalian brand Askoll presented its latest electric scooter designs
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TheItalian brand Askoll presented its latest electric scooter designs
The ES1 single-seater electric scooter by Askoll
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The ES1 single-seater electric scooter by Askoll
The ES2 two-seater electric scooter by Askoll
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The ES2 two-seater electric scooter by Askoll
Thecompact urban scooters feature a minimalistic design, LED lightingsystem, convenient battery compartment and a durable lightweightchassis
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Thecompact urban scooters feature a minimalistic design, LED lightingsystem, convenient battery compartment and a durable lightweightchassis
“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco
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“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco
The installation features four eco-sustainable mountain shelters
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The installation features four eco-sustainable mountain shelters
Each module includes all of the basic necessities for a warm and good night's sleep
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Each module includes all of the basic necessities for a warm and good night's sleep
Each module includes a wood fire, running water, basic cooking utensils, bathroom with shower facilities and wooden bunks
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Each module includes a wood fire, running water, basic cooking utensils, bathroom with shower facilities and wooden bunks
“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco
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“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Close up of the layered materials, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Close up of the layered materials, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
The “Towers” installation project by architects Sergei Tchoban, Sergey Kuznetsoc and
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The “Towers” installation project by architects Sergei Tchoban, Sergey Kuznetsoc and
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
The “Towers” installation measured 12 meters (39 ft) high and featured 336 LED panels
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The “Towers” installation measured 12 meters (39 ft) high and featured 336 LED panels
"The Empty Room" reconstructs the setting of a film by Antonioni, merging cinema with architecture
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"The Empty Room" reconstructs the setting of a film by Antonioni, merging cinema with architecture
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Outdoor lounge room for visitors at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Outdoor lounge room for visitors at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Rabbits curated by Marco Ferreri
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Rabbits curated by Marco Ferreri
The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas, broadcasting sketches by the architects themselves
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The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas, broadcasting sketches by the architects themselves
Illy's multi espresso maker, goes up instead of out
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Illy's multi espresso maker, goes up instead of out
Illy's multi-level coffee machine
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Illy's multi-level coffee machine
Illy's multi espresso maker, goes up instead of out
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Illy's multi espresso maker, goes up instead of out
"Pick Your Climate" by Carlo Ratti & Assoc.
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"Pick Your Climate" by Carlo Ratti & Assoc.
Hallway of chairs at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Hallway of chairs at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Open wood workshop, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Open wood workshop, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Parabolic Stripes is made from vertical Japanese fabrics by Naoyuki Shirakawa and Noriko Tsuiki
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Parabolic Stripes is made from vertical Japanese fabrics by Naoyuki Shirakawa and Noriko Tsuiki
Seating collections by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Seating collections by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Seating collections by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Seating collections by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Wooden and metal chair by Chen Xiangjing
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Wooden and metal chair by Chen Xiangjing
Metal and wooden chair by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Metal and wooden chair by Chen Xiangjing, Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Simple housing units clad in ceramic by Massimo Iosa Ghini
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Simple housing units clad in ceramic by Massimo Iosa Ghini
"Pick Your Climate" outdoor lounge that lets you pick the estimate average temperature
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"Pick Your Climate" outdoor lounge that lets you pick the estimate average temperature
"The Iconic Lamp" by The Great JJ
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"The Iconic Lamp" by The Great JJ
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Outdoor lounge at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
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Outdoor lounge at the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit during FuoriSalone 2016
Rabbits were part of the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
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Rabbits were part of the Interni "Open Borders" exhibit
Four hundred wooden columns by Stefano Boeri Architects
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Four hundred wooden columns by Stefano Boeri Architects
The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas
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The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas
"Pick Your Climate" by Carlo Ratti & Assoc.
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"Pick Your Climate" by Carlo Ratti & Assoc.
Illy during the FuoriSalone 2016
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Illy during the FuoriSalone 2016
"The Iconic Lamp" by The Great JJ
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"The Iconic Lamp" by The Great JJ
Some of the best designs and concepts from this year's FuoriSalone
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Some of the best designs and concepts from this year's FuoriSalone
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The FuoriSalone program during this year's Milan Design Week saw hundreds of independent designers and architects inhabit local shops, buildings and public spaces in and around central Milan. Currently, the FuoriSalone is one of the most popular and sort after events during Milan Design Week and has expanded into diverse themes such as automotive, technology, architecture, art, fashion and food. Here's a look at some of the best designs and concepts from this year's event.

Wefinally got to take a look at Toyota's Setsuna concept car, which isa two-seater vehicle that has been beautifully constructed out ofJapanese wooden materials. The concept car was made using 86handmade panels, including Japanesecedar for the exterior panels, Japanese birch for the frame panelsand a combination of Japanese zelkova and castor aralia for theseats.

Toyota'sSetsuna concept car is a two-seater vehicle that has beenbeautifully constructed out of Japanese wood materials
Toyota'sSetsuna concept car is a two-seater vehicle that has beenbeautifully constructed out of Japanese wood materials

"Whilewe used wood as the main material, we also poured lots of time andpassion into the car itself with our colleagues, creating a prototypeand evaluating it so that the car would offer basic performance inthe form of driving feel and comfort," says Kenji Tsuji, the engineerresponsible for Setsuna's concept car. "By displaying Setsuna,which was created with these hopes in mind, and receiving a widerange of opinions, we believe that we can further improve thisconcept."

Sectionsof the wooden car were joined together using traditional Japanesecarpentry techniques such as "okuriari," which allowsthe panels to be fitted without nails, and "kusabi," amortiseand tenon type of joinery.

"Okuriariallows the panels to be fitted without using nails, so they can beeasily removed," says Toyota. "It makes for stronger jointsand allows minor changes to be made to the mortise and dovetailjoints if they become worn over time. Thejoints in the car's frame feature split tenons fastened tothrough-tenons that pass through several component parts in the frameto give a secure hold."

Althoughthe Setsuna concept car is fully functional, it has not receivedapproval to run on the road.

TheItalian brand Askoll presented its latest electric scooter designs
TheItalian brand Askoll presented its latest electric scooter designs

TheItalian brand Askoll presented its latest electric scooter designs,showcasing two different versions: the ES1 (single-seater) and ES2(two-seater). The compact urban scooters feature a minimalisticdesign, LED lighting system, convenient battery compartment, adurable and lightweight chassis and an Askoll energy-efficientelectric motor. The models are powered by two lithium ion batterypacks with a total capacity of 2.1 kWh.

"Thebattery can be charged from any household outlet: just pull it outfrom its tail section (it weighs about 8 kg, less than a crate ofwater) and connect it to its charger or you can charge directly fromthe scooter," says Askoll. "It takes about 3 hours to go from 0 to 100 percent but it is not necessary to wait until the battery iscompletely flat to attach it to the current nor wait for it to fullycharge before detaching it. You can also charge it daily without anyreduction in performance."

The E-Mehari with aCactus-inspired face, grooved doors inspired by the original Méhari,and a redesigned rear-end
The E-Mehari with aCactus-inspired face, grooved doors inspired by the original Méhari,and a redesigned rear-end

Citroënon the other hand presentedits E-Mehari all-electric vehicle during the event. The concept was announced late last year and features a thermoformed plastic body. The vehicle has a Cactus-inspired face, grooveddoors inspired by the original Méhari, and a redesigned rear-end.

The electric motor has a peak power of 50 kW and the car has a top speed of 110 km/h (68 mph). With acapacityof 30 kWh, its lithium-ion battery has range of 200 kilometers (124miles) and takes between eight and 13 hours to fully recharge. It has a folding rear seat and removable hood, and a 200-liter luggage capacity.

The creative and interactive wood workshop allowed visitors to get their hands dirty and take on the role of a traditional woodworker, sawing and working with wood materials
The creative and interactive wood workshop allowed visitors to get their hands dirty and take on the role of a traditional woodworker, sawing and working with wood materials

Barlinek,layered wood floors manufacturer, Tabanda design studio and DesignAlive Magazine presented a Sensorial Carpentry exhibit. Thecreative and interactive wood workshop allowed visitors to get theirhands dirty and take on the role of a traditional woodworker,sawing and working with wood materials.

"Sensorial Carpentry presents wood in a straightforward and adept, yetunorthodox manner," says the team. "One can both feel like atrue-born woodworker or simply look at the material from a freshangle. Pull on the wooden plaid shirts, put the lumberjack beards onyour face and get thrilled by our timber world, full of wonderfulsensory cues."

“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco
“The House of the Wayfarer” was created by architect Michele De Lucchi, curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, A Ferro e Fuoco

"TheHouse of the Wayfarer" was created by architect Michele De Lucchi,curated by Marco Ferreri and furnished by Billiani, Danese, Magis, AFerro e Fuoco. The installation represents four eco-sustainablemountain shelters designed for hikers. Each module includes all ofthe basic necessities for a warm and good night's sleep, including awood fire, running water, basic cooking utensils, bathroom withshower facilities and wooden bunks.

"Thesheet metal roof of the cabin gathers rainwater in a gutter thatfeeds acistern," says Marco Ferreri. "The quantity stored is sufficient for two people to take ashower. In thewinter the water is heated by a wood-burning stove on which it isalso possibleto cook, while in the summer warmth is provided by a small solarpanel. Aphotovoltaic panel feeds a low-tension battery to power three LEDlamps and rechargemobile phones."

The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas
The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-media building and operates as a digital canvas

The"Towers" installation project by architects Sergei Tchoban,Sergey Kuznetsoc andAgni Ya Sterligova measured 12 meters (39 ft) high and featured 336LED panels. The cylindrical tower is inspired by a multi-mediabuilding and operates as a digital canvas, broadcasting sketches bythe architects themselves.

"Actually, the workshould not be seen as a true tower, but as a tower prototype, a workthat functions as a starting point for thinking about the nature ofarchitecture and the role of the dominant features of the man-madelandscape," say the architects.

Toget a look at all the other great designs that were on display duringthis year's FuoriSalone, be sure to check out our complete photo gallery.

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