Brera Design District

Tapestries & rugs from Aubusson since 1867

Since 1867, internationally renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Alexandre Calder, Sonia Delaunay, Etel Adnan, Fernando Botero, Beatriz Milhazes and many others have used PINTON's know-how to create original works. PINTON has been a reference in the field of Aubusson rugs and tapestries for more than 150 years and is participating for the first time in Brera Design Week. On this occasion, four new collaborations with artists and designers Alan Chan, Ulrika Liljedahl, Chloé Nègre and Elsa Pochat will be exhibited. Exceptional rugs combining ancestral Aubusson know-how and innovation, to be discovered in preview.

all photos © Jean-Pacôme Dedieu

Activities schedule

April 17
10:30 — 19:00 Exhibition
April 18
10:30 — 22:00 Exhibition
18:00 — 22:00 Cocktail party - Opening ceremony in presence of designer & architect Chloé Nègre. Presentation of her new capsule collection in collaboration with with PINTON.
April 19
10:30 — 19:00 Exhibition
April 20
10:30 — 22:00 Exhibition
18:00 — 22:00 Cocktail party
April 21
10:30 — 19:00 Exhibition
April 22
10:30 — 19:00 Exhibition

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150 years of perfection have made of PINTON one of the greats reference for exceptional rugs and tapestries. Having worked with the most renowned artists of the 20th century, the PINTON mill now brings Aubusson tradition into the modern era.

Studio Chloé Nègre

Founded in Paris in 2015, the Chloé Nègre Studio was born from a desire to create a research space for interior design projects, furniture creation and scenography. Elegance and intuition are the hallmarks of the French design known for her intuitive approach to design and decoration.


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Via Formentini, 4/6 - Milano

Access rules

Free entry Accessible to persons with reduced mobility

Milano Design Week