The world’s eyes are set in one place, Milan Design Week. The most honorable and long-anticipated week in the world of design returns to Milan from the days 7 to 14 of April. Next week, this city will be bursting with creativity and trendsetting concepts, so let’s take a deeper look to what will be unraveled during Salone del Mobile or Fuorisalone.
The new ‘pop medusa’ collection is the result of influences from the mythological world and pop culture. The new collection embraces Versace-style eclectism along with a touch of the past, it will be the perfect pop of color of your modern interior design. You’ll be able to see this exceptional creation at the Salone del Mobile.
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During Milan Design Week, at Salone del Mobile 2019, the design brand will have displayed some of its new pieces such as the Lumière lighting collection and a lot of new novelties that Home Decor Ideas can’t wait to see!
For this year’s edition of Milan Design Week, Seletti created in collaboration with Toiletpaper magazine a series of low cabinets with drawings by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari on the facades; any one of them will make a cool interior hot.
Thea, the new FENDI casa armchair with a romantic character, is enhanced by the iconic leather weave on the back. The circular, wraparound design from one of the top luxury brands, which features an innovative swivel system and soft leather or fabric upholstery, gives a mid-century and eclectic vibe to any interior design.
Studio Job, the pioneer of conceptual design, will celebrate its twentieth anniversary in several venues at once. During Milan Design Week, the company will open the first permanent gallery in Milan, in the Porta Venezia area, where it will bring together a retrospective of its best works created in these twenty years, including in collaboration with brands such as Venini, Gufram, Seletti, and Qeeboo.
Adding to a growing galaxy of illumination, the Stellar Grape Pendant Lamp designed by 2018’s Designer of the Year Sebastian Herkner for pulpo, will be exhibited alongside novelties by Studio Furthermore at Salone del Mobile Milano and Euroluce.
The iconic Cobra Chair, a symbol of the Bugatti Home collection, re-interprets the early version designed and produced by Carlo Bugatti in 1902 with a very contemporary design. A limited edition is presented at the Salone del Mobile in the new colors blue and white, emblazoned with a special logo, a tribute to Bugatti‘s 110 years anniversary.
Fornasetti will present a new collection of contemporary rugs and accessories based on a combination of visionary fantasy and precious craftsmanship during Milan Design Week. Apart from visiting the furniture fair, Salone del Mobile, you should also go take a look at some of the top exhibitors at Fuorisalone.
During Milan Design Week, more specifically, Salone del Mobile, Angelo Cappellini will showcase brand-new furniture design proposals that are highlight classic stylistic features through a contemporary language.
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