Exhibit 2.0 at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Transmission Lamp by Studio DeForm (Czech Repubblic). Concrete Sofa, by JamesPlumb
Transmission Lamp by Studio DeForm (Czech Repubblic). Concrete Sofa, by JamesPlumb

 

In 2013 after the Milan Exhibition the 2.0 Exhibition was held in the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in Milan. It was curated by Rossana Orlandi who promotes young and upcoming fashion designers from around the world. This exhibit featured sculptural artworks in a very old world setting. These art works are very contemporary, and some of them could even be called futuristic. To see more of this one of a kind exhibit take a look at the overview of the exhibit HERE. Click each designer’s name to go to their personal page to see more of their remarkable work. All photos are by Tatiana Uzlova.

 

Surface Tension Lamps by Front Design for Booo Lab

LED Light Producing Soap Bubbles

 

 

Hyperion Light by Paul Heijnen

Hyperion Light by Paul Heijnen

 

 

'Martha Hertford Vase'' in beewax designed by Tomáš Libertíny and produced by bees

 

‘Martha Hertford Vase” in beewax designed by Tomáš Libertíny and produced by bees

Live bees trained onto form produce honeycomb in the shape of the form.

Room divider by Emanuela Crotti

Room divider by Emanuela Crotti

 

Blue Chandelier designed and realized by Nacho Carbonell for Vionnet

Blue Chandelier designed and realized by Nacho Carbonell for Vionnet

 

Auditorium, bronze piece, 2011 by Nacho Carbonell

Auditorium, bronze piece, 2011 by Nacho Carbonell

 

Transmission Lamp by Studio DeForm (Czech Repubblic)

Transmission Lamp by Studio DeForm (Czech Repubblic)

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One Republic – Say (All I Need) [with extended beginning]

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