As you may know from my previous posts, I had the opportunity to visit Milan Design Week 2018. You can read about my favourite futuristic installations by famous brands, as well as Top things I loved. Vogue’s office was something I didn’t plan to see before coming to Milan. But on the last day, I decided to dedicate some time to see it, and it was totally worth my time!
Eight international designers revamped Vogue’s office spaces during Milan Design Week. It was a fantastic guided tour, although it was only a 20mins visit during which I could manage to admire the different spaces and take some photos.
The main aim for interior designers was to create spaces where interior design could interact with fashion. They also could integrate past, present, and future in one room.
I chose to write about my preferred spaces. So here we go, my most favourite spaces I picked for you!
Revisited Vogue Milan Office Spaces You Will Absolutely Love #1: Meeting room by Quincoces-Drago
One of very eclectic yet sophisticated room is the meeting room, designed by Quincoces-Drago design studio. Time-honoured decor pieces as chairs, shelves or Persian rug have been placed beside contemporary production. I love how colours and patterns, as well as half-painted walls, create a unique, finished look.
Revisited Vogue Milan Office Spaces You Will Absolutely Love #2: Office of editor-in-chief by Faye Toogood
A young English designer Faye Toogood after having been a decorator editor for Conde Nast, opened her own studio in London in 2008. Rounded shapes of the chair, table and sofa are from her new Roly-Poly collection. I love how these rounded corners create a super welcoming atmosphere. I love it even if it’s filled with beige! (For those who follow me, it is vert very rare that I like beige interiors)
Brands used: Matter Made | Spotti Milano | CC-Tapis
Revisited Vogue Milan Office Spaces You Will Absolutely Love #3: The graphic artist’s office by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel
Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel imagined the future of work spaces. They did so adding graphics to the walls, making the space comfortable, convivial and stimulating. I love how vibrant and fun is this space! So creative and inspiring to work and create.
Brands used: Altai | B&B | Fornasetti | Flos | Oluce
Revisited Vogue Milan Office Spaces You Will Absolutely Love #4: Past, Present, and Future by Patricia Urquiola
And finally, the last space I wanted to share with you is created by Patricia Orquiola. She created two rooms with two narrations. The first room represents the present and projection into the future. The second is the past, that flows into the present in a contrast and continuity. And that little human is a future person representative, aka an Alien, as told our guide, Vogue’s editor.
Photography: Aida Sniraite, Authentic Interior.
Brands used: Budri | Cappellini | Cassina | Flos and others
Which one is your favourite? Let’s chat below!
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