On the occasion of its launch, Adorno has produced an online version of the renowned design fair from São Paulo, which took place from August 9th to 14th at São Paulo’s Jockey Club. As the fair’s official digital partner, ADORNO now hosts a 360-degree virtual tour of the global exhibition, enabling design enthusiasts from around the world to visit Brazil’s leading presentation of collectible design from the comfort of their own home — and then to acquire the presented pieces and have them delivered to their doorstep.
During the M.A.D.E fair, Adorno also held a pre-launch event to unveil the platform’s visions and goals for an international audience, and hosted its very first international curator session, featuring Waldick Jatoba and Bruno Simoes (São Paulo), Jorn Konijn (Amsterdam), Elien Haentjens (Brussels), Martin Clausen and Kristian Snorre Andersen (Copenhagen).
In continuing support of M.A.D.E. and of this culturally rich region, Adorno.design will also host an exclusive digital pop-up shop featuring the best of contemporary Brazilian design until May 2017.
We are proud to see so many of the designers from our collaboration featured at this years Salone. Explore the map and take a tour of Milan exploring some of the best creators and pieces in contemporary collectible design.
To explore the world of 3D rendering and its uses in the collectible design industry, Adorno has teamed up with a diverse group of 3D artists to interpret a range of pieces in their imaginative environments.
Presented in the Atomium, a structure built for the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958, “We (Be)Come One”, curated by Elien Haentjens, recognizes that we are all connected in one way or another; the problems occurring on one side of the world have an effect on the other.
ADORNO is pleased to launch the third edition of ALHAMBRA BERLIN’s “Windows of Design” project, developed and curated by Garth Roberts, designer and founder of BERLINDESIGNCLUB, in collaboration with ADORNO’s local curator William Bagnoli of QUEI studio.
The Norwegian collection, “Inside Looking Out”, presented in Kiyoshi Yamamoto’s studio, takes a closer look at artistic practices in relation to restrictions, isolation, and solitude – which have afforded some unexpected opportunities.