Milan Design Week has always been a major event of the year for talented designers around the globe get a chance to gather under the same roof and show off their creative designs. This years’ Milan design week too witnessed some really attention-grabbing designs worth being applauded, some of them actually deserve standing ovation. How about checking out some artistically creative designs that promise in your home improvement? Today, I planned to jot down some jaw-dropping home product designs that you can call the HOT FINDS. Check em’ out!
'Gigogne' tables by Fornasetti.
'Fruit-template' by Japanese designer Nendo.
'Circus' by Humberto and Fernando Campana.
Amber chair was on show as part of 'the savage mind' in Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan design week 2010.
Vegetable lamps by Kathy Ludwig and Florian Kräutli.
Light Form by designers Francesca Rogers and Daniele Gualeni Design Studio.
Kermesse by Italian industrial designer, Giulio Iacchetti.
Micro coat peg designed for Moustache.
The Giovannoni Washlet designed by TOTO and Stefano Giovannoni.
Sunburst: One of the new Versace home collection.
D-Vision’s LED lamp is composed of 97% soap!
Sofa So Good by Amelie Labarthe and Elisabeth Buecher.
Fadi Sarieddine’s Mow Chair: Grass-lined sofa that brings the cushy feeling of sitting on fresh cut lawn right into your home.
D-Vision’s LED lamp using energy from a chemical reaction between tomato acids, zinc, and copper gets powered up.
Emeco's Navy Chair made up of recycled plastic bottles.
Bright Woods’ collection of chairs and coffee tables made up of wood and natural resin strips and glow from within.
Innovo’s clever umbrella stand mat catches the runoff from wet umbrellas to to grow grass right in your home.
“Memory” by Tokujin Yoshioka is an amorphous shape-shifting chair made up of recycled aluminum and can squish into a new shape every time someone sits in it.
Yves Béhar’s LED pendant lamps made up of recycled paper.