Milan 2015: with the week almost over, visitors have been scrambling to see the exhibitions located in Milan's impressive venues – from grand palazzi to disused industrial spaces. Click through to see our pick of images on #milanogram2015 from Dezeen's last full day in the city.
Spectacular locations this year have included Palazzo Serbelloni, where designer Philippe Malouin's Caesarstone swings have been one of the most Instagrammed installations this week.
The Chiostro Minore di San Simpliciano provided another photogenic backdrop, this time for the Mindcraft exhibition of Danish design.
In contrast, Milan's Nilafur Gallery showcased its products in a "depot" created within a vast warehouse space, which has also been popular with photographers.
Yesterday was the last night for many visitors, who made the most of the evening by dining and partying in the streets.
As usual, everyone ended up at Bar Basso for a farewell spritz and to say "arrivederci" to Milan for another year.