In our latest roundup of Milan design week Instagram posts, visitors have been revealing exhibits in Milan's Ventura Lambrate and Centrale districts, and starring in a show at Design Academy Eindhoven's surreal TV studio.
Ventura Lambrate is one of Milan's most vibrant districts, which showcases experimental projects by young and emerging designers. Form and Seek's Age of Man, which is part of a series of curated exhibits that form Ventura Projects, is attracting attention.
IKEA Festival is also taking place in Ventura Lambrate. This open-source pod by Space 10, conceived as a solution to sustainable farming, is one of the stand-out installations.
This year there is also a new district, Ventura Centrale, which features Dutch designer Maarten Baas' exhibition for Lensvelt called May I Have Your Attention Please?
Also in Centrale, visitors have been taking a break from the sunshine to enjoy Luca Nichetto's installation of glowing glass for Salviati.
Elsewhere in the city, Design Academy Eindhoven's surreal #TVclerici installation opened to the public, featuring Dezeen Bot List – a clever spoof of Dezeen Hot List that was performed last night in a karaoke-style rap battle.
Other highlights from the past day include Didmore Studio's richly pigmented installation, which is turning heads at Palazzo Serbelloni.
Le Refuge by Marc Ange for The Invisible Collection, which is located in an outdoor garden space by Wallpaper, is also proving popular on Instagram.
All week, Dezeen will be using to Instagram to reveal all the latest Milan design week news and a curated selection of the best images posted to our #milanogram2017 hashtag.
If you're visiting Milan design week, tag your Instagram pictures with #milanogram2017 for a chance to win £500 to spend at Dezeen Watch Store.