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Milan Design Week 2019: Tomás Saraceno teams with Bulgari

For Milan Design Week we will be having a series of diverse events with a couple of interesting and promising results. One example of that is what Bulgari is planning alongside Tomás Saraceno for the event in Italy.

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Famous watch and jewellery brand Bulgari has invited Tomás Saraceno to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the B.zero1 ring. The brand and the studio will be celebrating this special occasion during Milan Design Week with an installation that seeks to create a dialogue with the Ulrico Hoepli Planetarium in Milan.


At the same time during this event taking place at Milan Design Week, right next to the Ulrico Hoepli Planetarium, specifically at the Indro Montanelli park, a Bulgari project linked to the evolution of the very same ring mentioned above during the course of twenty years since its creation will be set up.

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Milan Design Week 2019: Tomás Saraceno teams with Bulgari

Bulgari is one of Italy’s most famous luxury brands right now, founded in Rome all the way back in 1884 by immigrant Greek watchmaker Sotirios Voulgaris. The products of this brand are mainly focused on luxury watches for both men (we highlight the Octo, Bulgari Bulgari, Diagono, and Haute Horlogerie collections in this category) and women, as well as in jewellery, fragrances, and handbags. The luxury watches they are known for are all manufactured by Bulgari Haute Horlogerie, that makes everything from scratch. They are also a recurring presence at Milan Design Week every year.

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Tomás Saraceno was born in 1973 in Argentina and he has become currently known worldwide by his large-scale, interactive installations, floating sculptures and his curious approach to art. He studied art and architecture in places such as Buenos Aires, Frankfurt, and Venice, and after that, he created his very own studio in Frankfurt am Main in 2005 having relocated to Berin in 2012. This studio is composed of a huge team of artists and designers who collaborate worldwide with several companies and brands.


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