The Buzz of Salone del Mobile


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The annual Salone del Mobile furniture fair in Milan is a highly anticipated event that attracts a diverse crowd from the design world. Held each April, the fair is a hub of creativity and innovation, drawing in makers, curators, editors, and buyers for a week of inspiration and networking. This year, the buzz surrounding the event seemed to reach new heights, with even more attendees from outside the design industry joining the throngs.

Standout Highlights

Standout Highlights

  • Formafantasma’s Floral Chairs and Futuristic Lights: Milan-based design duo Formafantasma wowed visitors with their solo show at the Fondazione ICA Milano. Their collection featured hybrid chairs and lamps that combined steel armatures with colorful wood, frilly fabrics, and intricate floral motifs. The juxtaposition of institutional furniture with nostalgic Italian elements created a unique aesthetic. Formafantasma also unveiled a series of delicate lights for Flos, showcasing their innovative design approach.
  • A New Furniture Line From Dimorestudio: The launch of Interni Venosta, a new furniture brand by Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimorestudio, was a highlight of the fair. The brand’s exhibition stood out for its bold minimalist designs crafted from luxurious materials like walnut and steel. Presented in a picturesque local plaster workshop, the collection paid homage to the iconic Italian designer Carla Venosta, known for her modernist creations in the 1970s and ’80s.

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