Milan Design Week: THE fair and city guides available now!
This year, Architonic and ArchDaily join Designboom — the world’s first online magazine (born in Milan!) — in covering the ins-and-outs of Milan Design Week 2022 through the DAAily City and Fair Guides, informed by our collective pursuit to distribute creative culture and insights.
QR codes sprawl across the pages that launch Google Maps for easy navigation and articles related to the event. To plan one’s schedule ahead of the Milan Design Week means more slow-paced time to fully savor the sustainability-charged theme of the event.
DAAily print and online Fair Guide
With over 2,000 exhibitors at the Salone del Mobile 2022, on Rho Fiera Grounds, the DAAily Fair Guide by Designboom, Architonic, and ArchDaily helps readers and attendees filter through the many booths | products on displays to visit.
The DAAily fair guide, available at the entrances of Halls 07 and 05 and as a pre-fair download, features background information on just what it is that makes the Salone del Mobile so important, along with printed and digital tools that make navigating the fair simple and intuitive, however you use it.
Informative exhibitor lists and maps, and selected product highlights from the world’s biggest furniture fair – the ‘Salone del Mobile’
DAAily print and online City Guide
The DAAily City Guide pinpoints bespoke showrooms and architectural landmarks that dot Milan’s changing design landscape. The editorial guide drafts up a route to follow where places to laze about and break spots coincide with installations to witness and products to test.
The DAAily platforms’ (Designboom, Architonic and ArchDaily) city guide has landed! Available for pre-Milan Design Week 2022 download now
Peeking through Designboom’s picks, it has followed the contemporary artistry of Steven Mcqueen’s ‘Sunshine State’ at Pirelli HangarBicocca and Elmgreen & Dragset’s ‘Useless Bodies’ at Fondazione Prada and now invites readers and attendees of Milan Design Week 2022 to walk through the same route. Triennale Milano’s Italian Radical Design’s Memphis exhibition and ‘The Inventory of Life’, works of French designer Mathieu Lehanneur, curated by Maria Cristina Didero. Design history can be found at the Museo del Novecento, where a retrospective show of the great Italian master architect Aldo Rossi re-proposes works from 1960 to 1997.
By the way, have you seen the brand new ADI DESIGN MUSEUM in Chinatown?
Must-see exhibitions around the city to pop in include the up-and-coming talents ALCOVA, HERMÈS’ La Pelota show, TIME & STYLE, VALEXTRA and FORNASETTI.
This year’s Milan Design Week marks also the entrance of the DAAily Platforms, and we want to celebrate it with you. Our group curated the space inside the Centro Svizzero building on the eastern edge of the Brera Design District with installations, hourly talks from the revered figures within the art, architecture and design fields, and a bar that creates a common ground for culture enthusiasts – brought to you in partnership with BALLY and Christian Fischbacher and supported by Brunner, Vibia, MAGIS, Andreu World and ames.
Please join us over 4 days, June 07 – 10, 2:00 – 9:00 PM
DAAily bar at Swiss Corner, Piazza Cavour, Via Palestro 2.