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The biggest design event of the year, Milano Design Week has become the world’s number one place to discover the latest design and interior trends. During one week, the whole design world gathers in one place to set the stage for the future of the industry. For design professionals, the importance of keeping up with the latest trends cannot be emphasized enough, and Milano Design Week proudly presents everything one needs to know to stay updated and relevant in the field.
But over the years, the scale of this magnificent event has become so insanely enormous that, even with a clear vision and a strict plan, trying to absorb your favorite installations becomes a struggle. It has become just too gigantic and overwhelming for a single human to take in.
And that’s where N/T #2 Trendbook comes in.
As an award-winning Italian designer and trend forecaster with years-long experience of attending Milano Design Week, last year, Elisabetta Rizzato from Italian Bark came up with an idea to create an honest, independent trend book about what she has seen at Milano Design Week.
This year, she went even further and gathered a team of professionals who worked together to create this extraordinary piece of content.
The trend book contains 174 pages of carefully curated visual content, interviews and brief texts. It speaks about the latest color trends, materials, patterns and innovative products, but also about interesting brands (both established and upcoming).
We had a chance to get our hands on this trend book and we are giving it a wholehearted thumbs up.
Follow this link to learn more about N/T #2 TrendBook by Italian Bark.