During Milan Design Week, Visionnaire unveiled a striking installation in its showroom named ‘Insulae’ designed by Marco Bonelli and Marijana Radovic – aka m2atelier –, transforming the space into a new dimension in which architecture, nature and dreams take centre stage. The garden is the heart of the project, encircled by five of Italy’s symbolic places. These places are islands that you can observe from all angles, appreciating their uniqueness. In this imaginary archipelago, the sea separates them, yet holds them together, evoking the Italian coastline in all its dramatic beauty. Each island hosts a family of products from the Caprice collection designed by m2atelier and features a special set-up with videos integrated into the architecture of the backdrops which – thanks to immersive projections – characterise the islands, making them alternately indoor/outdoor spaces. The main floor of the gallery also hosts products from the Babylon Rack collection designed by Alessandro La Spada, which are harmoniously integrated in the Insulae project. The Babylon Rack project, as the evolution of the iconic Babylon model – has been conceived as a work of modular mini-architecture, with many functional features for studying, working and relaxing. In recent years these activities have taken place inside the home, and have had a growing impact on the nature of domestic spaces, facing us with a new challenge: to think of every room as a dwelling in its own right, complete and independent.