Designersblock at MOST Salone 2012

April 11, 2012

Designersblock Milano 2012 poster

Designersblock Milano 2012 poster

Designersblock Milano 2012

Designersblock Milano 2012

Designersblock Milan 2012 will take place as part of MOST at the Museum of Science and Technology.

View the Catalogue of Designersblock exhibitors here

Positioned within 10 minutes walking distance from Zona Tortona and 2 minutes away from Rossana Orlandi.

MOST will attract 20,000 people to over the course of 7 days.

Designersblock will be housed in a 500 sqm exhibition space in the ground floor cloisters pictured here.

Designersblock at MOST

Designersblock at MOST

If you are interested in further details about exhibiting with Designersblock at MOST please get in touch.

rory@designersblock.org.uk

To date Designersblock have produced and curated over 50 design shows in 13 cities, in 10 countries with over 2000 exhibitors from 30 nations.
These exhibitions showcase all disciplines of design including but not exclusively furniture, lighting, ceramics, illustration, fashion, textiles, conceptual, and products. These exhibitions designers with all levels of experience and from all over the world.

2012 will see our 12th annual event in Milan.

Museum of Science and Technology

Museum of Science and Technology

MOST is a new and important destination instigated by Tom Dixon which will turn the Museum Of Science and Technology Milan into an ambitious environment for innovation and culture for Design Week 2012. A creative partnership this collision of technology, culture and design is set to be one of the highlights during Salone 2012.

Positioned within walking distance from Zona Tortona, and minutes away from Rossana Orlandi, MOST will be a focus for a group of innovative and ground breaking designers, curators and companies who share the same global brand attributes in the fields of technology, art, design, fashion, materials, transport, publishing and new media.

MOST will be communicated by Camron PR and Dezeen

Register for free entry

Museum of Science and Technology

Museum of Science and Technology