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MOCO LOCO is in Milan, Italy this week for Milan Design Week 2018. For daily updates from the many exhibitions please see our updates on Instagram and Facebook as well as our Twitter feed.

Here below are some of our favorites from Milan so far,

Jewels After Jewels After Jewels light installation by Michael Anastassiades for Flos using his Arrangements lights.

Folding Amar stool by Amorce Studio.

Vapour & Lens lights by Studio Thier van Daalen.

Bernard chair by Shane Schneck for Hay Design.

Focus exhibit by Yuji Okitsu.

Shell lighting by Stoft Studio, a collection of ceramic lamps inspired by barnacle shells.

Orbit Pendant light by Lukas Peet for AND LIGHT.

Solid wood chair by Jonas Lutz.

A new element of Alphabet of Light designed by BIG for Artemide; Soft Alphabet, created to supplement Alphabet of Light, “introducing even greater freedom for defining curved lines in space.”

Hawa Beirut collection by Richard Yasmine, “very light / airy furniture inspired [by] Lebanese architecture and specifically the arches which are considered a trade mark in our cultural heritage”.

MarmoMarmo marble totems by Alberto Bellamoli.

A sofa blends in at Moooi’s “Museum of Extinct Animals”.

The Keinuen playful bench by Sakari Hartikainen rocks. “Liveliness balances with lightness in this object whose shape is reminiscent of a massive tree trunk.”

Into-form abstract furniture by Ilco Design, “composed of five forms that perfectly slot and fit together, enabling you to create a composition which is either functional, sculptural, or both at the same time.”

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Prague’s Pipca bistro consists of one room, kitchen and dining separated only by this solid oak work surface

An apartment in a former factory incorporates its industrial bones.

A renovated flat uses colour, texture and materials to delineate spaces.

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