At Salone del Mobile, some designers exhibit in spaces outside of the regular fairgrounds. One such space is Spazio Rossana Orlandi. A master of engaging environments, Rossana took over this former tie factory in 2002. What she has created here includes a green courtyard where you could easily spend an entire day soaking in the creativity, plus galleries and a store. Her goal: to forecast and promote young and upcoming designers, from all over the world. MORE PHOTOS…
Shown below: Rossana Orlandi (in white glasses) in the courtyard.
The approach to her space: Go through an archway and turn left into designers' paradise.
Wire animals in the courtyard appear as mirages or ghosts.
The guys from Muuto (see next post) chose Spazio Rossana Orlandi for their Salone del Mobile exhibition space.
Examples of the artwork and limited-edition furniture at Spazio Rossana Orlandi in Milan. It's worth the trip.