An old company from Baranzate becomes an exceptional location where you can discover the most curious and interesting products on the scene. Open to the public every day, it is ready to amaze with exhibitions, events, meetings and proposals for connoisseurs and more.
Camilla Golzi Saporiti
TID scores a double of winning addresses. After the inauguration of the Milanese showroom in via Medardo Rosso, he starts off again and launches a space with a capital "S". In Baranzate, near the increasingly lively ex-Expo area, Spazio TID is born, the new headquarters of the enterprising team of Theinteriordesign.it.
Risen from the ashes of an old company of prints and plates, thanks to a careful restoration and restyling work, an innovative and multifaceted location debuts. Which is spread over an area of over one thousand square meters and has wide-ranging environments.
The installation chooses an essential style, focuses on neutral colors and makes the most of dimensions and proportions to host a rich range of design products, works of art, creative projects, furnishings and accessories for interiors and exteriors. The proposal not only intends to touch and explore the entire panorama of archi-design, but also to change constantly, enriching itself day by day with new "discoveries" and other "revelations". Because behind each piece proposed there is a research and selection work that aims to offer the top of the made in Italy and international sector.
In this spirit and with this premise is born TID space, a dynamic and curious exhibition that now sees the pieces of furniture by Anacleto Spazzapan, always the flagship of Theinteriodesign.it, the creations of Simone Cappellanti, the glamorous kennels for our four-legged friends designed by Alessandra Fagnani . Alongside them, the marble and basaltina lamps by Matlight, the swing by Ingrid Sol Leccia, the bookcases by Arkof, the chairs by Aurora Glass Design, the Basematters rugs, the furnishings by Carapace Design, the lamps by Andrea Ciappesoni. The unique pieces by Giovanni Minelli, the fun seats by Li-Ving design, the recycled cardboard sculptures by NextMAde and the original lights by Judith Byberg could not be missing.
There is everything and everything finds an ad hoc space. Nothing overlaps: each product seems to accompany the next along an exhibition path that does not seem to want to end, on the contrary to continue with creative sprints and unique objects. To give impetus, among others, the furnishings of Pollo Design, Vergaplast, Studio Algoritmo, Night Created Design, Studio Oxi, Hunter Officine, Vittorio Passaro; the lights of Wissenlux and Irregolare, the creations of Mario Pagliaro, Fabio Crimi and Giuliano Ricciardi, the small furnishings by Playdesign, Silvia Cassetta, Maoli, Groove Design, Insilvis, Fratelli Marmo, Portego and Layla Mehdi Pour. And if lamps hang from the ceilings and works rise from the floor, on the walls are the canvases of the Neapolitan artists Gennaro Regina and Paco Falco, the paintings by Luciano Melis and the photos by Gastone Scarabello.
But not only. Because Spazio TID is not limited to hosting an exhibition. It goes further. It welcomes and invites authors and lovers of the world of art and design to participate and contribute to events, meetings, debates, moments of confrontation and dialogue.
If it is true that those who get off to a good start are halfway there, this is only the beginning ...
info: TID Space, via Monte Pordoi 8, Baranzate, Milan; opening hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-18pm; Saturday and Sunday by appointment, tel .: 339/49887849; to follow the events and news of Spazio TID, consult the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/theinteriordesignit or the site www.theinteriordesign.it
Photo courtesy: Andrea Vailetti and Fulvia Farassino