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Milan Design Week: Day One

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The first day of Milan Design Week, as seen by our editors. [Update: day two, day three, and day four!]
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  Kicking off Milan Design Week with Piero Lissoni's new outdoor kitchen for Boffi. 

    Kicking off Milan Design Week with Piero Lissoni's new outdoor kitchen for Boffi. 

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  Studio Job goes back to its archives to create a wallpaper collection for NLXL.    Courtesy of: Studio Job
    Studio Job goes back to its archives to create a wallpaper collection for NLXL. 
     

    Courtesy of: Studio Job

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  The Merci pop-up store in Zona Tortona opens on Tuesday.  Courtesy of: Merci

    The Merci pop-up store in Zona Tortona opens on Tuesday.

    Courtesy of: Merci

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  A stunning installation for Citizen watches composed of 80,000 watch mechanisms.  Courtesy of: Citizen

    A stunning installation for Citizen watches composed of 80,000 watch mechanisms.

    Courtesy of: Citizen

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  A new lighting design by Scholten & Baijings for Moooi.  Courtesy of: Moooi.

    A new lighting design by Scholten & Baijings for Moooi.

    Courtesy of: Moooi.

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  At Lasvit's Salone exhibition: the LED-illuminated Moulds pendant lights by Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus capture the moment when molten glass emerges from its mold.  Courtesy of: Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus

    At Lasvit's Salone exhibition: the LED-illuminated Moulds pendant lights by Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus capture the moment when molten glass emerges from its mold.

    Courtesy of: Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus

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  3-D printed jewelry by Maison 203 (also available at MoMA store in NYC and La Rinascente in Milan).  Courtesy of: Maison203

    3-D printed jewelry by Maison 203 (also available at MoMA store in NYC and La Rinascente in Milan).

    Courtesy of: Maison203

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  The Duomo Cuckoo Clock by Diamantini & Domeniconi, inspired by the Milan Cathedral, is on exhibit for Milan Design Week.   Courtesy of: Diamanti & Domeniconi

    The Duomo Cuckoo Clock by Diamantini & Domeniconi, inspired by the Milan Cathedral, is on exhibit for Milan Design Week. 

    Courtesy of: Diamanti & Domeniconi

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  The Milla bar table by Richard Lampert in the "Art of Living" exhibition at La Triennale di Milano.  Courtesy of: Richard Lampert

    The Milla bar table by Richard Lampert in the "Art of Living" exhibition at La Triennale di Milano.

    Courtesy of: Richard Lampert

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  The 2014 Discipline collection focuses on materials. (We especially like Lars Beller Fjetland's flat-pack Maya table in stone and wood.)
    The 2014 Discipline collection focuses on materials. (We especially like Lars Beller Fjetland's flat-pack Maya table in stone and wood.)
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  From the Droog Rijksstudio m2 exhibition for Milan Design Week.
    From the Droog Rijksstudio m2 exhibition for Milan Design Week.

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