Butterfly Effect

  • Words George Upton
  • Photography Giorgio Possenti

Inside a Milanese studio, where small changes create a big impact.

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  • Words George Upton
  • Photography Giorgio Possenti

Changing things up at home does not always mean that you need to start anew. For this year’s Salone del Mobile, designers Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer and Elisa Ossino are presenting Butterfly Effect, an exhibition that demonstrates how small and considered changes to a space can have a big impact on your well-being.

As in previous years, the longtime collaborators are avoiding the bustle of the Salones main exhibition spaces in favor of the apartment-gallery they run together as design studio H+O. With the help of artists and award-winning design brands, the duo has reimagined the intimate 18th-century Milanese apartment as an immersive experience that encourages visitors to reflect on the many ways the environments we create can improve our lives.

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