Eight creatives revamp Vogue Italia offices for Milan design week - architecture and design

Eight creatives revamp Vogue Italia offices for Milan design week



Vogue Italia has opened its office this week to a host of designers including JW Anderson and Rafael de Cárdenas, who have given the Milan headquarters a temporary makeover for the city's annual design festival.
The exhibition, called Life in Vogue, saw editor-in-chief Emanuele Farneti invite eight creatives to reinterpret the interiors of magazine's editorial offices as part of this year's Milan design week.
In addition to JW Anderson and Rafael de Cárdenas, Farneti asked David/Nicolas, Massimiliano Locatelli, Pierre Marie, Ana Kra?, Storage Associati and Studio Proba to take part in the project, which was open to the public until 12 April.
The walls of the office corridors are covered with a bold-patterned wallpaper by Paris-based designer Pierre Marie "Life in Vogue is a very special project because it has a dual value," said Farneti. "First and foremost it allows our magazine to build extraordinary collaborations with some of the most important creative voices in design, architecture and interiors, and also with leading firms in the sector."
"Secondly, for us the event is an opportunity to open our doors to the wider public: a message of inclusivity which firmly underlines the most recent editorial developments at Vogue Italia," he added.
David/Nicolas redesigned the editor-in-chief's office with warm and earthy hues
French-Lebanese design duo David/Nicolas were tasked with making their mark on the editor-in-chief's office. They opted for a...
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