Since 2015, AGC has participated in Milan Design Week every year together with numerous talented creators having careers in Japan and even oversea. Through installations, which incorporate new concepts inspired by the fusion of design and technology, most advanced materials such as company developed high performance glasses and technology are being introduced.
Details of this exhibition will be released on AGC’s special website in February 2019.
Keita Suzuki (Product Designer)
He was born in 1982. After graduating at Tama Art University in 2006, he established PRODUCT DESIGN CENTER in Tokyo in 2012 and has experienced working on a wide range of products from daily necessities to railroad cars. In 2015, his representative work "Glass of Mt. Fuji" was invited to be exhibited at the 9th Saint Etienne International Design Biennial. In 2016, he was selected as the first Asian in the finalist of "HUBLOT DESIGN PRIZE." In 2018, his first solo exhibition "LINE by Keita Suzuki" was held at Yanagi Sori Design Memorial (a museum affiliated with Kanazawa College of Art).
Overview of the event
|Date:||Press Preview April 8 (Monday), 2019 *Time to be announced
General Admission April 9 (Tuesday) - 14 (Sunday), 2019 *Time to be announced
|Venue:||Milan Central Station (Via Ferrante Aporti 13, 20125 Milano, Ventura Centrale)|
|Venue Space:||Approx. 290 m²|
|Creative Partner:||Keita Suzuki (PRODUCT DESIGN CENTER)|
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Milan Design Week
The “Milan Design Week,” one of the largest design festivals in the world, has been held every April in Milan, Italy since 1961. Approximately 1,000 events (Fuori Salone) in which designers and other creative people compete with unique designs are held simultaneously during the festival at various locations in Milan, and all these events are now collectively called “Milan Design Week.”