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For the 60th time designers from around the world flocked to Salone del Mobile.Milano to explore new furnishing offerings from over 2,000 of the world’s most impactful brands.
Despite the lack of Chinese and Russian attendees this year, the show, which totaled over 260,000 in attendance, was lively and ambitious. After strolling the exhibition halls for hours here is what stood out.
Inoda+Sveje’s Yoko lounge chair for Minotti. Minotti’s pavilion stood monumental at the center of Salone del Mobile this year. Intending to create a real, physical environment to be experienced, the two-level structure created a vast space to appreciate Minotti’s 2022 indoor and outdoor releases.
Bjarke Ingels Group’s Stellar Nebula Lamp for Artemide. “The lamps celebrate the artistic freedom of the glassblower, adding a personal touch to each piece,” says Jakob Lange from BIG.
Jonas Wagell’s Grade collection for L. Ercolani. Based in Stockholm, Jonas was inspired by soft shapes, minimalism, and a sense of play with a goal to “exemplify modern-day life.”
The GRO concept kitchen from Electrolux. For the last three years Tove Chevalley, head of Electrolux Innovation Hub, has been working on GRO, a kitchen based on data and behavioral science with the aim of helping users in the future eat healthier and more sustainably.
Piero Lissoni for Porro. Piero has been collaborating with Porro for 35 years, blending his vision with Porro’s technical expertise. Together they’ve defined an entire generation’s understanding of luxury Italian interiors.
Luca Nichetto’s Jeometrica for Savolini. True to Scavolini’s aim to create a “total-look home,” the system works in the kitchen, living room, and bathroom to bring true stylistic consistency to the home.
Emmanuel Galina’s Kaori armchair for Poliform. Soft lines and hard wood combine in Designer Emmanuel Gallina’s Curve armchair.
Interested in all of our highlights from outside of the fair? Read: Our Favorite Work from Fuorisalone 2022.