Dutch furniture designer Sjoerd Vroonland had a busy week in Milan, exhibiting at Spring, Excellence, Talent and Inspiration in Design by Premsela. Nonetheless he was so kind to make and share his Milan Top 10 with us:
Sjoerd Vroonland. Portrait by Mimi Berlin.
Bij deze mijn top 10 voor Milaan 2012/ Herewith my top 10 for Milan 2012.
1– Scholten en Baijings for Mini (via designboom)
2– MOST, a new and important destination instigated by Tom Dixon which will turn the National Museum of Science and Technology Milan into an ambitious environment for innovation and culture.A diverse group of leading global brands and young designers are located in the extraordinary historic spaces of the museum.
Lensvelt: Soup is served in a military field kitchen during WWII
3- Weltevree in collaboration with Feather Down Farm Days
4– De Vorm
6– Wallpaper (photo’s by Sjoerd Vroonland)
7– Bertjan Pot, Masks, 2010 – ongoing. At the collective exhibition THE THREADS THAT BIND US presenting the work of a selection of young designers active on the international scene and sharing the same interest in research into the design and construction of systems, processes and objects adopting a critical approach to input coming from everyday contemporary life. (photo’s by Sjoerd Vroonland)
8– Spazio Hayon, solo exhibition by designer Jaime Hayon. (via core77)
9– Garage Milano. Milan’s newest design and art gallery. Its debut exhibition features pallet furnishings by Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama. (Photography: Valentina Sommariva) (via wallpaper)
10– Studio Aisslinger: chair farm – plantation furniture (via designboom)
More highlights for Mr Vroonland:
Triennale di Milano: The torch for the London 2012 Olympics by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby
Outside at Lambrate
Thank you Sjoerd! xoxo MImi
This is really cool!!