Just one week is missing until Design on Stage, one of the “coolest” events that you could ever visit during the Salone del Mobile exhibition in Milan! From April 18 to 23 at the Triennale in Milan the chance to meet your favourite designer in a surreal and glamourous setting, an Art Gallery built on the same Works exhibited: DesignTaleStudio’s Pareti d’Autore.
The guest list is complete and the calendar is set. The porcelain stoneware slabs that the guests have designed are now ready, and even if we can’t reveal anything about them, we are really hyped-up about the results. The works are signed by leading figures in the world of design , fashion and art such as Sandra Bermudez, Michele De Lucchi, Elio Fiorucci, Peter Halley, Romina Power, Karim Rashid. Different personalities from varying artistic backgrounds who, thanks to DesignTaleStudio, have found a “fil rouge”, a common artistic code. Being able to join different visions and methods of working has been exciting, always endeavoring to communicate the great creative potential of Pareti d’Autore. Each single artist, as you can well imagine, has given a personal interpretation of the project, perfectly summarizing his/her own personality on ceramic.
The event will be captured by Claudio Porcarelli, the famous photographer of the stars, who has been invited to take portraits of the guests (and not only). Therefore, the event will also be an exclusive photographic set, through which Porcarelli will give his personal view on the world of Design. During the event Claudio Porcarelli will create a “work in progress” in front of the audience, capturing the identity of the celebrities: the set will change every day creating a visual track of the guest stars present at the exhibition. As for the blog, we will tell you about Design on Stage adding live contents throughout the event and publishing interviews and images during the following weeks.
A real baptism of fire for DesignTaleStudio after the event held in September in Bologna: the Salone del Mobile exhibition in Milan, core of the design world for 6 days. Over the past few weeks we have been completely immersed in the organization of the event and to be honest, the stress level is high: yet seeing the evolution of Design On Stage day after day is really firing us up. The communication campaign was launched a few days ago and we already have one hundred registrations, mainly designers, students of architecture, many of them foreigners.
What are you expecting from Design On Stage and its guests? We invite you to leave your comments and of course… to register to the event if you haven’t done it yet, we are also waiting for you at the Triennale.