Alcova, a temporary design exhibition in Milan, takes place within a wider context of real estate speculation

The design world is now descending upon Milan for this year’s Design Week, an important event within the global art and design circuit. Today, the original Salone del Mobile, a trade fair founded in 1961, has been overshadowed by a profusion of collateral events around the city, which developed organically without a centralized artistic direction. By now, Alcova is a regular fixture on the lists of things not to miss. It is a “curated” mini-fair of more than one hundred independent designers organized by Joseph Grima, creative director of Design Academy Eindhoven and founder of the architecture studio Space Caviar, and Valentina Ciuffi, who runs a design

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