Brave New World: Design in the New Age of Technology

At Milan Design Week 2018, a brand-new company from Spain, Nagami made its official debut with a pioneering project, combining computational design and large-scale robotic 3D printing — Brave New World: Re-thinking Design in the New Age of Technology.

The brand, which crafts every detail from the early conception of a product, to the software that brings it to life, officially launch with the presentation of 4 chairs: Bow and Rise by Zaha Hadid Architects, Robotica TM by Ross Lovegrove, Peeler by Daniel Widrig.

Bow and Rise by Zaha Hadid Architects

The products on display at Nagami’s pop-up showroom, in the dynamic Brera Design District (Spazio Theca, Piazza Castello, 5), explore new ways of creating furniture that push the limits of imagination to unseen territories.

 

Robotica TM by Ross Lovegrove

Pass by… During the entire design week, the showroom will become a vibrant hub for innovation and technological advancements, hosting a series of lectures pertaining the world of digital design, that run daily until 22 April 2018. Speakers include designers featured in the show: Ross Lovegrove and Daniel Widrig, as well as internationally renowned architects, artists and engineers, such as Isaie Bloch, Claudia Pasquero, Arturo Tedeschi, and many more.

Peeler by Daniel Widrig

As 3D printing techniques exert an ever-growing influence on the way we envision design, the exhibition Brave New World: Re-thinking Design in the New Age of Technology provides a glimpse of tomorrow’s most promising tech-savvy design products.

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