Editions Milano, previously Spazio Pontaccio, is a Milan-based design boutique that presents works from a variety of world-renowned designers on one centre stage in order to celebrate their individual talents and creativity together. Each presenting unique designs that convey beauty through multiple forms, features and fashions – including unique interior decorations and masterpieces of artisanal excellence – Editions Milano is a rare home to directional and exotic
creations from around the world from some of the greatest creatively-led minds today, including Philippe Starck, Tokujin Yoshioka and Ron Gilad. Forever focusing on the new, Editions Milano similarly presents works from emerging talents that show immense promise for the future, alongside its eponymous line of unique artistic designs; which, despite the boutique's design house's recent inception in 2015, convey an inspired and expert aesthetic beyond their years.
Unique Interior Decorations and Masterpieces
Editions Milano is a design boutique, established in 2015, that presents works from a variety of world-renowned designers in a central space in order to celebrate their individual talents and creativity. Each unique design presents beauty through multiple forms, features and fashions, including interior decorations and artisanal masterpieces. The brand holds rare and exotic creations from around world from some of the greatest creatives, such as Philippe Starck, Tokujin Yoshioka and Ron Gilad.
Editions Milano also presents works from emerging designers that show immense promise for the future. One of the brand’s beliefs is in fact that "in any field, people who work with a hand crafted attitude have a great open mindedness towards what is new. They are never scared". Likewise, Patricia Urquiola who designed the ‘Miscredenza’ collection with Federico Pepe, shown at Editions Milano, believes their “products are not only “Made in Great Italy” - they are created through a synthesis of traditional arts and techniques with the most cutting-edge designers. The result is not only furniture, but elements of a philosophy that places imagination, quality and splendour at its core”. A very Milanese attitude in design is to distinguish the essential from the superfluous.
A Beirut based design studio David/Nicolas was founded in 2011, by David Raffoul and Nicholas Moussallem. Both designers are well travelled internationally and so combined their backgrounds to create enriched content and focused products. With different approaches to design, they are able to create unique and contemporary pieces. They have exhibited their work internationally around the world, from Miami, Milan, and Paris to Asia.
For Editions Milano they created the “Triangoli” Vase, which also won the Wallpaper* Design Award for best Drawing Room.
Pietro Russo was trained in painting and ceramics. Today he runs his own studio, set up in 2010, focusing on interiors and product designs. Russo brings his passion for interior architectural spaces and a recovery of traditional crafts to life. Russo often collaborates with Italian artisans, resulting in a series of unique objects and he is well known for his ability to combine his passion and creative exuberance with a meticulous manufacturing procedure, always searching for the perfect balance between the imaginary and the earthly dimensions.
Using his passion for experimentation, Russo makes endless attempts to transform concepts and emotions into one-of-a-kind objects and interiors.
For Editions Milano Russo created the “Wine Cooler A”.
Lorenza Bozzoli is an Italian designer, who started working in fashion for brands such as Fiorucci and Sergio Rossi in 1985 after studying at Milan’s Brera Art Academy and her work expanded to industrial design from 1996.
Bozzoli’s method of design involves a mix of styles, a cooperation between aesthetics and mediums. Shaping projects using different “languages” to drive the idea behind the object, an idea that characterises the object according to its time and place. This method ties fashion, art and design together to allow for different interpretations, signs and contemporaneity.
For Editions Milano Bozzoli created the “Ice Ice Baby” Bucket, “Miss Marble” Jar.
'Miss Marble' Jar
A collaboration with Lorenza Bozzoli and Editions Milano. Featuring a contemporary two-tone colour palette and sleek brass latch closing, making it perfect for storing foods and kitchen utensils.
The Triangoli collection includes vases in various forms and in different coloured marbles. Designed by Beirut-based design studio David/Nicolas, the collection was awarded the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2018. The transformative value of the 'Triangoli' vases is evident. Crafted entirely by hand by skilled artisans and sculptured from singular blocks of Verde Guatemala marble. The vases are both majestic and fragile, emphasised by the pointed, crown-like pattern that traces its upper circumference.
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