Revolutionizing Furniture Design: AI-Powered Creations and the Redesign of Classics at Milan Design Week

AI boosts innovation in design

The series features a chair, armchair, console and more, all created with AI technology. The prototyping and design process can be accelerated through technology. Kartell Marketing and Retail Director Lorenza Luti stated that they wanted to be pioneers in using new technology to create sustainable products without compromising on aesthetics.

Another trend in furniture design is the redesign of classics, as demonstrated by Czech company TON reinventing its iconic chair 14. Swedish design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune has also taken a minimalist approach to redesigning the chair, focusing on creating a more contemporary design with fewer parts and screws.

During Milan Design Week, numerous events and exhibitions take place throughout the city as part of Fuorisalone. From showcasing new color palettes for ceramics to celebrating the bathroom as a retreat and oasis of aesthetic enjoyment, there is no shortage of inspiration and innovation to explore. The historic Palazzo Isimbardi will host an exhibition by artist and designer Maxim Velčovský, inviting visitors to experience the grace of molten glass in a unique installation.

The Palazzo Confalonieri – Fondazione Cariplo will host a showcase of contemporary Austrian design under the patronage of ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA during Fuorisalone. Surrounded by a picturesque garden in the Brera Design District, Design Palazzo Austria will feature a curated selection of furniture, lamps, and home accessories, offering visitors a blend of historical design and modern creativity. The exhibition design by Vasku & Klug aims to create an interactive experience between the exhibited objects, the interior space, and the garden.

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