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Form Us With Love

Form Us With Love
◁ Back 10 April 2014 Form Us With Love curates Swedish Design Goes Milan 2014 - IN REAL LIFE This year Form Us With Love is proud to have curated the Swedish Pavilion during Salone del Mobile in Milan in April 8-13. Swedish design studio Form Us With Love has created a joint show and meeting place for the annual pavilion, this year named IN REAL LIFE – a connective presentation of Swedish designers and companies entering the classic Art Nouveau palace – La Postina, in the Brera district, a platform for design and face-to-face conversations. A long table with 24 selected chairs are at the centre of the IN REAL LIFE exhibition, all of which represent a unique relationship between producers and designers.

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