Estonian designers at Milan Design Week 


Spazio A 

ex Ansaldo

via Tortona 54  

April 12 - 17, 2016

11 AM - 10 PM

Every year, Estonian Design House takes part of a foreign exhibition or fair. The idea behind these trips is not to undervalue the home market but broaden the clientele and promote Estonia as a country with enormous design potential. 

Milan Design Week is one of the most famous and popular design events in Europe with the number of guests reaching 80 000 people last year. Cooperation with the British design agency DesignersBlock which started at London Design Week in 2014 has led to another projects which involve the Italian market. In cooperation with experienced partners, Estonian designers exhibit their products in an old industrial building (Ex Ansaldo) on the most popular street Via Tortona, in the heart of the Milan Design Week.

Estonian Design House is showcasing the newest fashion accessories; furniture; lighting; glass and other bright products from natural materials with high quality and wit.


Exhibitors are: Ahti Lill, Andres Labi, Elmet Treier, Kalli Sein, Karl Annus, Karmen Saat, 

Keha 3, KUMA Design, Maire Valdma, Monika Järg, New Vintage by Kriss, Piret Loog, 

Stella Soomlais, Tõnis Vellama, Tarmo Luisk, ÖÖLOOM.


Estonian Design House is a small house with design shop representing 100 Estonian designers and café situated on Tallinn seaside (Kalamaja) and hosting designer’s studios, designers’ association and Tallinn Design Festival Disainiöö (Design Night) office. The trademark is founded by Estonian Association of Designers for promoting Estonian designers at home and abroad.