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Salone del Mobile. Milano 2024: Furnishing the Future.

The 62nd edition of the Salone del Mobile. Milano, the most eagerly awaited event of the year at Fiera Milano, was where culture, business and networking came together!

Like every year, the finest firms representing “Made in Italy” showcased not only kitchens and bathrooms but also indoor and outdoor furniture that boasted innovation and thoughtful artistic design that presented a socially conscious vision of the future of cuisine and dream rooms that foster self-care and connection with our deepest self.

The event hosted over 1,950 exhibitors from 35 countries in 174,000 square metres of exhibition space at Fiera Milano, Rho. All attendees were immersed in the exhilarating displays!


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ENGINE-COWLING BOOKCASE
A bookcase made from an original airplane engine part demonstrates an original and overlooked theme of utility – nothing goes to waste.


THE CALDERA SIDEBOARD
Featuring shiny chrome made from painted stainless steel, a black frame and ash wood veneer adding a modern touch.


THE ARYA KITCHEN
Innovative in design, warm and hospitable in the nuances. The Slice creates pleasant and symmetrical geometries that streamline the furniture and open it to space.


SWIVEL ARMCHAIR
The Peppo swivel armchair picks up on the design of the ’70s and adds a contemporary touch that brings individuality and personality to any room.


“URBAN GARDEN” COLLECTION
Conceived by architect and designer Simone Micheli, blending graphics with materiality, expressed through organic lines that evoke folk songs and hints of art and craft and reflect the richness of popular culture.


“CRABBY” COLLECTION
Designed by Eleonora Barillari to evoke a little crab dancing among waves, in tribute to her and love for the sea and the pure beauty that surrounds us.


DUNA BATHTUB
The fluid curves of the tub, an essential element within this series, harmonize with the play of shapes and materials to impart a Mediterranean feel.


FANTASMINO
A playfully alluring opaline-glass table lamp with a contemporary twist – it’s both portable and rechargeable

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