Every September, international designers, buyers and creative professionals flock to Paris to visit Maison et Objet, a professional trade fair dedicated to lifestyle, decoration and design. A flurry of design showcases spills out from the expo halls in Villepinte into the rest of the city with Paris Design Week happening from 4-14 September 2019.
Designers of all disciplines gather in New York for the annual NYCxDesign. From May 10–22, 2019—the event celebrates a world of design and showcases across the city’s five boroughs through exhibitions, installations, trade shows, panels, product launches, open studios, and more.
Made-in is curious about designers’ inspirations and influences, their starting points, experimentation process, motivation and how their outcomes might be influenced by the resources that they have access to.
This Milan Report shares a selection of the impressive work we saw during the Milan Design Week 2019. It is by no means exhaustive, definitive of the ‘best’ works, or indicative of whom we deem as ‘emerging’ designers.
The debut edition, Made-in: Indonesia, spotlights the country’s dynamic design community. Rich in natural resources and traditional craft techniques, Indonesia is a production haven for its designers. Craft that were developed in the past to build products necessary for survival are adapted to produce everyday objects for Indonesia’s contemporary lifestyle.