Dezeen Showroom: a kitchen designed for outside entertaining and a tapware range informed by traditional farm pumps are among the furniture designs on Dezeen Showroom that were showcased during Milan design week.
Seven top brands released a number of products during Milan design week, including a lighting collection designed to spotlight the beauty of metal and an outdoor sofa that can be arranged into multiple configurations. Below is the second round up of products that were released during the week.
Milan design week took place from 6 to 12 June and is the world's most important design event, featuring shows and events in hundreds of venues across the city's design districts. For a list of events that took place, visit Dezeen's dedicated guide.
Here's a selection of the latest products on Dezeen Showroom that were presented during Milan design week.
Italian brand Very Simple Kitchen launched a modular kitchen concept called Outdoor collection, which was designed for outdoor entertaining.
The kitchen was made from lightweight steel modules and includes a number of features such as barbecues, closeable sinks and weatherproof benchtops in stone or stainless steel.
RUT is a modular seating system designed by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius and made of contrasting materials and square shapes.
The furniture is distinguished by its square modules and its soft cushioning with an industrial base.
The Forked Lighting collection created by Buster and Punch founder and architect Massimo Minale aims to showcase the beauty of metal through multiple techniques.
Forked Lighting comes in ceiling and pendant variations. The lights feature a forked detail above their shade and are made from a combination of cast, machined and hand-spun solid metal.
Solaria modular sofa made by designers Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Italian furniture brand Poltrona Frau is an outdoor sofa that can be arranged into multiple configurations.
The sofa was designed for poolsides, gardens, decks and terraces or decks, and is part of the brand's Boundless Living Outdoor collection.
Gandi Blasco has added to its DNA collection of outdoor furniture to include furniture pieces finished in aluminium.
The collection includes dining tables, outdoor beds, serving carts and sofas, which were designed for a variety of outdoor spaces, including gardens.
The Atlante kitchen by Italian brand L'Ottocento was designed to be an extension of the living room.
The kitchen was designed in collaboration with design consultancy Makethatstudio and made from solid Italian walnut.
Designer Philippe Starck had created the Starck tapware collection for Axor, which has a reduced appearance informed by simple hand pumps.
Starck based the faucet range on traditional water pumps, and the collection has options for shower, basins and bathtubs.
Dezeen Showroom offers an affordable space for brands to launch new products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience. For more details email [email protected].
Dezeen Showroom is an example of partnership content on Dezeen. Find out more about partnership content here.
Dezeen is on WeChat!
Click here to read the Chinese version of this article on Dezeen's official WeChat account, where we publish daily architecture and design news and projects in Simplified Chinese.