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Milano Design Week 2024



ORNELLA HOUSE

presents


Unveiling the Interior

 

The new interior project endorsed by designer Maria Vittoria Paggini leads us to the rediscovery of the home as a place of intimacy, on a journey between vibrant chromatism and unusual decor to live the very essence of ourselves.



Unveiling the Interior

 

Press 

 

Lucia Mannella

Lucia Mannella is a journalist and professional in the field of communication for design and architecture.

Graduated in Moderne Literature, and subsequently trained at Central Saint Martins in London, she gained professional experience at an international level.

Since 2012 he has been responsible for press relations for both companies and institutional projects. From product design to interiors, to exhibition projects for the Milan Design Week, design is a privileged area of ​​action thanks to an extensive network of press contacts that allow each activity to be managed in the best possible way.

Since 2016 Lucia has been co-director and responsible for communication of Open House Milano, the Italian edition of the Open House project, the largest architecture showcase at an international level, now spread across 55 cities around the world, while since 2021 she has held the position of vice president of Open House Italy network.

Since 2017 Lucia has been a contributor for Living – Corriere della Sera for which she currently writes the Art Tips column.



Short biography of the designers on display


 

Aina Kari – Marina Cighir

Marina Cighir, originally from Treviso and influenced by the Venetian artistic tradition, blends craftsmanship and innovative design in her Haute Decor collection, which combines Murano glass with Palissandro marble. The Venetian Knots series celebrates Venetian mastery in twisting blown glass, offering vibrant and traditional colors.

Bevilacqua Architects

Marta and Marco Bevilacqua, founders of Bevilacqua Architects, have been blending architecture, art, and design for over twenty years with a versatile approach. Their stylistic signature, characterized by formal clarity and sartorial finesse, is evident in projects spanning from temporary spaces to urban interventions on both national and international scales, maintaining a connection to the Made in Italy ethos and drawing inspiration from Rome.

Fabrizio Fedeli

Green designer to be. By profession, Marketing Executive for Zero; by passion, a botanic and green designer. Fabrizio Fedeli has dedicated himself to his profound love for botany during Milan Design Week 2024, assisting Maria Vittoria Paggini in the arrangement of plants and organic elements at her Casa Ornella, exhibiting to the public a sophisticated yet sensitive sense of green aesthetics.

Koen Van Guijze

After more than 25 years in the lighting industry, Koen Van Guijze has created the Sophisticated collection, merging brutalism and contemporaneity for wall, ceiling, and floor lamps, soon to be included in Serax's portfolio. Now focusing on bespoke projects and collectible design, with participation in fairs and events such as the Contemporary Design Market.

La Maison Pierre Frey

An inventive family business that combines fine craftsmanship and modernity. As the main French company in the home textiles sector, Pierre Frey is also a family business with a history of passion for interior decoration that has been handed down for three generations. Honoring the past and turned toward the future, Patrick Frey relied successively on his three sons—Pierre, Vincent and Matthieu—to lead and to expand the scope of the company on the basis of a shared appreciation of love for work well done, careful attention to detail and inspired creation.

Mamoli Milano 1932

Mamoli Milano 1932 combines utility, beauty, and innovation, anticipating housing needs. Through collaborations with designers like Mendini and Navone, they maintain a connection to the past through design icons. Current projects, focused on "GOOD DESIGN," blend eco-sustainability and hi-tech for a functional vision of the bathroom space.

Markus Biner

Markus Birner, born in Bavaria in 1963, is a versatile artist and entrepreneur. In 2015, he launched the VIRCHOW design project, crafting unique lighting installations tailored to specific environments and customer preferences. These bespoke creations, made from individual square timbers, adorn hotels, public spaces, and private residences across Europe.

Officine Morelli

Edoardo Morelli, specialized in design, furniture, and interior decoration, continues his passion and constant pursuit of detail with Officine Morelli, offering customizable and high-quality electrical plates. The Light Up plates, the result of years of research and collaboration, blend tradition and modernity, offering extensive customization of finishes and materials to adapt to any environment.

Pop Pot

POP POT fuses tradition and innovation by reinterpreting ancient Roman amphorae through 3D printing. With a strong commitment to sustainability, it utilizes eco-friendly materials such as corn starch and recycled plastic. Founded by Arabella Rocca and Giacomo Sanna, the brand redefines classic designs for modern spaces with minimal environmental impact, creating each piece as a narrative that blends ancient history and cutting-edge technology.

Tisettanta

Alessio Bernardini, Creative Director of Tisettanta, is a designer born in Rome in 1993. With a background in interior and product design and a previous experience as a fashion photographer, he has successfully blended heritage, design, and lifestyle in his work. His interiors reflect the classicism of Rome and draw inspiration from architectural movements such as the Bauhaus and photography by Helmut Newton. During the 2023 Milan Furniture Fair, he presented a new collection for Tisettanta inspired by Morocco, featuring soft seating and multi-functional tables that combine past and present, heritage and innovation.

Short Biography of the artists on display

Tatiana Brodacht

Tatiana Brodatch, trained as an architect, found a more direct expression in art starting in 2013. Using plasticine, she creates sculptures of faceless characters that convey universal emotions. After enrolling at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in 2015, she establishes her residence and studio in the city, actively participating in exhibitions in Italy and Europe and collaborating with magazines, as well as high fashion and design projects.

Alberto Alicata

Alberto Alicata, a photographer and artist born in Sicily in 1983 and currently based in Milan, trained in fashion and art photography at the Center for Photography and Cinematography in Rome after studying Architecture in Palermo. His work has been published in national and international magazines, and his pieces have been exhibited in art galleries and shows worldwide. Since 2022, his project "Dedographia" has been part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Avant-Garde in Mendrisio, Switzerland. He has won several international awards, including the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards in 2016 for the "Iconic B" project.

Chiara Berta

Graduated from the Art Institute of Parma in the Scenography section, after gaining work experience at a renowned Artistic Ceramics Atelier, she started her own workshop "CREA" in 1999. Over the years, Chiara Berta's research on forms and materials of different nature led her to develop a dialogue between ceramics and iron wire. In 2021, she was selected to participate in "Fittile" at the Triennale di Milano, an important exhibition curated by Ugo la Pietra. Since then, she has been collaborating with various national and international entities, which serve as stimuli for her work and her incessant research.

Michele Chiocciolini

Michele Chiocciolini, artist and designer, demonstrates a precocious talent for drawing, winning numerous competitions since childhood. While studying architecture at university, his drawings are published, and he begins creating illustrations for books. As a designer, he collaborates with prestigious brands and opens a research space in his hometown, Castagno d'Andrea, offering a blend of art and furnishings for national and international collectors.

Damiano Groppi

Damiano Groppi, a Milanese illustrator, blends digital and analog techniques to create a distinctive visual language, with a particular focus on fashion and publishing. However, it's in his personal projects where he fully expresses his passion, exploring the human figure with a style influenced by the perspectives of the 13th century and pop colors. His works, rich in enigmatic details, transform reality into dreamlike manifestations.

Sébastien Notre

Sébastien Nôtre merges painting and documentary photography, exploring contemporary themes. His works, featuring pastel colors, reveal enigma and the unconscious, with ambiguous human and animal figures. Repetitions and a limited palette characterize his style, enriched by personal and erotic details. Naked bodies isolate characters from reality, while the dog serves as a means to explore human nature.

Giuseppe Palermo

Giuseppe Palermo, born and raised in the picturesque Amalfi Coast, explores painting, sculpture, ceramics, and design between Rome and his homeland. Influenced by his Sicilian father's artisanal research, he constantly engages in experimentation, combining knowledge and imagination, practicality, and creative tension, shaping the material with an original artistic vision.

Aleandro Roncarà

He was born in Orbetello in 1967. His passion for drawing has always been with him. His beginnings date back to 2005. The characters that animate Mondorondo - the charming planet without vocabulary! - live, breathe, are immersed, they are themselves pure color, direct, iconic, simple in the way they entertain and delight upon appearing. Roncarà outlines his figures with marked and sharp contours, the lines become true exoskeletons of thoughts, they support the characters, they are iridescent frameworks, derived from dreams and ideas. For some years now, he has been practicing the technique of sculpture. He collaborates with important companies in fashion, accessories, design, and furniture.

Michael Slusakovich

Michael Slusakowicz explores the dark side of contemporary society through his paintings, seeking the 'pure core of humanity.' By employing two-dimensional ornate backgrounds and vibrant ceramic vases, he creates works that challenge perspective. His repeated patterns and motifs construct a dreamlike world that encourages viewer interpretation.

The project was carried out with the contribution of

Fiori Cuori Veleno

Fiori Cuori Veleno" is a floral art studio specialized in crafting unique flowers, painted and transformed into hyper-colorful artworks. Blending floral arrangement with graffiti art, they turn each cut flower into a conceptual celebration of rare beauty, bringing art and color into homes through small and large installations.

GLoVE

GLoVE Custom Covering, founded by Alice Guazzo and architect Lorenzo Viola, offers bespoke interior coverings. Collaborating with Casa Ornella for the 2024 Fuori Salone, their unique designs display illustrations by Damiano Groppi and a wallpaper showcasing a reinterpretation of Tatiana Brodatch artwoks by Maria Vittoria Paggini.

Golevy

Golevy is an Italian brand offering silk pillowcases and accessories for the beauty routine, founded in 2021 by Simona Voglino Levy and Sofia Viganò, both journalists. Through their personal experience and the discovery of the benefits of silk on skin and hair, they decide to create products that maintain natural hydration. Golevy stems from the desire to improve oneself, to wake up with fresh hair and skin, and from the belief that beauty, both internal and external, can make life more beautiful.

Gouache

Once again for the 2024 edition of Design Week, Gouache is tasked with decorating the interiors of Casa Ornella, with decorative interventions in every room: a chessboard on the entrance wall, the floor featuring works by Alice Guazzo called "Ginoidi" celebrating the female body, a painted ceiling in the living room, and a wardrobe with Chinese erotic decorations from the 19th century, designed by Michele Chiocciolini and painted by Gouache.

Mahr Store

Monia Furnari, founder of the sportswear brand MAHR and Pilates instructor, introduces the Tweggings by MAHR. Handcrafted in Rome with high-quality, lightweight, and durable lycra, they come in various colors and styles such as Martha and Joe. Designed for both physical activity and daily wear, they aim to provide women with confidence and encourage them to push beyond their comfort zone.

Molteni Vernici

Founded in 1948 as a galvanic company, Molteni Vernici has specialized in producing special paints for the furniture sector. Awarded the prestigious Compasso d'Oro Prize for its product WAKEUP, the company is registered in the European BEDA Registry and is a member of ADI, committed to innovation and sustainability. Leveraging nanotechnology, it offers a wide range of high-quality products, promoting the excellence of 'Made in Italy' in industrial and architectural design.

Paint Up

Paint Up originates from the intuition of Isabella Giunto, a raku ceramist, who creates the collection "Paint Up - Living Room Shades" to convey the "good vibrations" of the material through walls. The colors, non-toxic and environmentally friendly, impart a welcoming and dynamic atmosphere to spaces. Based on craftsmanship and eco-sustainability, the project draws inspiration from the Earth element and seeks to promote harmony and a sense of home.


Photography by

Ilaria Corticelli

Ilaria Corticelli, a creative photographer based in Milan, has a diverse background spanning from graphic design to art direction and photography. Her versatility allows her to explore various genres, from portraiture to brand content creation. Passionate about design, music, and travel, she conveys emotions and beauty through her photographs, capturing delicate and spontaneous details.


DJ & Sountracks payed by

Emmanuel Arthur - iEBA

Emmanuel Arthur, also known as iEBA, is an engineer, DJ, and multi-instrumentalist. Born in Negrar (Verona), Italy, to Protestant bishops, he was raised with a strong passion for music since childhood, starting as a gospel drummer. Music constitutes half of Emmanuel's passions, while the other half is linked to his love for science. This combination has sparked a pronounced interest in mechanical, acoustic, and social vibrations (vibes).