[dropcap]T [/dropcap]he last day of our Fuorisalone tour and we wrap up with the Duomo area. In the beautiful frame of Palazzo Morando, Baccarat displayed the works of various designers of excellence by the name of Patricia Urquiola, Philippe Starck, Jaime Hayon, Mathias where the light played to highlight bends, cuts and design. At another noble Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi, Venini presented their retrospective. Beautiful were the vases of Tadao Ando.
Very suggestive the proposals of Nilufar which are always soffits ticketed and unusual. A selection of international designers of which “Tunisia” showed a constellation of lights composed of 3 lamps that live harmoniously in a metallic net by Giacomo Ravagli. Special are the compositions of butterflies and the armchair in the shape of a butterfly by Daniele Innamorato.
A few steps away Gaia & Gino with Swarovski presented a new collection of accessories designed by David Adjaye, Dafne Koz and Harry Allen. Playful and ironic the windows of Hermès created by Kiki van Eijk.
Ingo Maurer continues research in LED and presents candles as well as revisiting some of his historical pieces ironically. Staying in tune with lights, Alessi Lux launched the “Forever Lamp”, a new collection of precious lamps. Ross Lovegrove created a screen luminous glass named “Botanic Rain” and another “Droplet Mini LED”, a light that memorizes the movement of water.