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Dimorestudio's Punti di Vista.

Top 10 Installations From Milan Design Week 2017

Dimorestudio's Punti di Vista.

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Sigve Knutson at Foyer Gorani 5Vie, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Sigve Knutson at Foyer Gorani Photo © Nick Hughes

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Gufram at Wallpaper Handmade, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Gufram at Wallpaper Handmade, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Forest Wool, tabourets et tapis fabriqués à partir d’aiguilles de pin par Tamara Orjola - Journal du Design

Forest Wool, tabourets et tapis fabriqués à partir d’aiguilles de pin par Tamara Orjola

Dutch Design Week Tamara Orjola's Forest Wool stools and carpets are made from processed pine needles leftover from the timber industry.

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, M’illumino d’immenso – Facciamo il punto at Antonio Marras, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Here are our favourite moments and definitive Milan Design Week 2017 highlights, brought to you by Yellowtrace and friends.

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Faye Toogood's inflatable chair at IKEA Festival Ventura Lambrate, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights

Milan Design Week 2017 Highlights, Faye Toogood's inflatable chair at IKEA Festival Ventura Lambrate, Photo © Nick Hughes | #Milantrace2017

Suzanne Bonanno  Sculptor's Wardrobe

Suzanne Bonanno Sculptor's Wardrobe - more inspiration for how wire framing domestic objects could look. I find it fascinating how she has made something that can seem so complicated such as a wardrobe look so simple and basic.

Another beautiful way to recycle

Another Beautiful Way to Recycle

For her project Forest Wool, Tamara Orjola experimented using pine needles and found ways to turn them into textiles, composites and paper.

Forest Wool: products made from pine needles

Rotowood. WPC (wood plastic composite) produced by rotation injection. This composite consists of 20-50% wood or natural fiber particles and 50-80% polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP). It has a lower density than products made of pure polymer and has therefore a lighter weight. Products produced of this material have a smooth exterior and a rough interior surface. By using different wood types, various brown shades can be achieved.

Rotowood. WPC (wood plastic composite) produced by rotation injection. This composite consists of 20-50% wood or natural fiber particles and 50-80% polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP). It has a lower density than products made of pure polymer and has therefore a lighter weight. Products produced of this material have a smooth exterior and a rough interior surface. By using different wood types, various brown shades can be achieved.

Dezeen's top 10 unusual materials of 2017

Tree-shaped structure shows how mushroom roots could be used to create building frameworks

Sawdust and Resin chair by Oh Geon

Sawdust and Resin chair by Oh Geon

Hamburg-based design studio Besau Marguerre has incorporated Kvadrat textiles in their material moodboards. Part of the concept for the exhibition 1&20, shown at Salone del Mobile 2017 and designed by the German design studio.

Hamburg-based design studio Besau Marguerre has incorporated Kvadrat textiles in their material moodboards. Part of the concept for the exhibition shown at Salone del Mobile 2017 and designed by the German design studio.

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