1 Alex and behind him a red chair designed by him.IMG_0030

Alexander Åhnebrink runs his own design practice in Milan, he is also Art Director at Rossia Magazine .IMG_0003IMG_0024
The blue ceramics are found and picked up from the street. IMG_0108
This is a book which I found very interesting. It is a set of 2D objects he has picked up from the street. The objects vary from used tickets and children's drawings to ripped-up photos and vinyl records. He started off by picking something up that interested him once in a while, but later it turned into a search to always expand the collection.

IMG_0099IMG_0138 IMG_0141 IMG_0086IMG_0134IMG_0126 The photo is enlarged version of the photo from the id which he found on the street. So beautiful....
IMG_0042 IMG_0059 IMG_0049The books are placed according to their colors.
The postbags used decoratively or for the carriage:)


Once a location for the Faema coffee machine factory, Via Ventura has now turned in to a street full of art galleries, architectural and design studios and private loft apartments. He moved here about 5 years ago and although it is little bit far away from the center of Milan, he finds it hard imagining living somewhere else.

IMG_0292 IMG_0285 IMG_0275 IMG_0256A sneek peek inside of the gallery in Via Ventura 3.IMG_0261IMG_0278

1 comment:

  1. I cannot see anything except the brands...