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Milan 2014

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Tomas Libertiny's design studio used multiple body casts to dictate the shape of this seat

Tomas Libertiny's design studio used multiple body casts to dictate the shape of this seat

Tomas Libertiny's design studio used multiple body casts to dictate the shape of this seat

Motorbike reinterpreted as a furniture piece by Joe Velluto

Motorbike reinterpreted as a furniture piece by Joe Velluto

OMA installation for Lensvelt's Maarten van Severen furniture collection

OMA installation for Lensvelt's Maarten van Severen furniture collection

OMA installation for Maarten van Severen furniture collection launch

OMA designs installation for the launch of furniture collection by Maarten van Severen

Ideas of mass production and bespoke design explored in Milan installation.

Ideas of mass production and bespoke design explored in Milan installation:

Experimental Dutch textile designer Bart Hess played on ideas of mass production, bespoke design and the amount of human input needed to sustain the creative industries in an installation at Atelier Clerici for Milan design week.

This mirror is made from chemical waste

This mirror is made from chemical waste

Stacked Lights combine vintage glass with coloured resin

Lights that combine vintage glass with coloured resin

Lights that combine vintage glass with coloured resin

Konstantin Grcic adds armchair to Pro seating collection for Flötotto

Flower stems thread through holes in these rings by graduate designer Gahee Kang, turning the silver and gold jewellery into posies

Flower stems thread through holes in these rings by graduate designer Gahee Kang, turning the silver and gold jewellery into posies

Flower stems thread through holes in these rings by graduate designer Gahee Kang, turning the silver and gold jewellery into posies

Dutch designer Maarten Baas' created an indoor fairground earlier this month as a critique of Milan's design week, which he likens to a circus where products are "nothing more than a snapshot to share on Facebook"

Dutch designer Maarten Baas' created an indoor fairground earlier this month as a critique of Milan's design week, which he likens to a circus where products are "nothing more than a snapshot to share on Facebook"

Maarten Baas's solo show aimed to "emphasise the circus that Milan is"

Plastic bottles woven with wicker form Chimbarongo shades for PET Lamps project