On April 18, 2023, the Salone del Mobile furniture fair will be making its comeback with three major changes: a unified exhibition level, Euroluce's layout revamped by Lombardini22, and a wide and interesting cultural offering. As usual, the event will take place alongside the Fuorisalone, an exciting and diverse series of events, projects and installations that have been brought to life for over 30 years during the Design Week in Milan's eye-catching venues like historic palaces, house museums and old industrial buildings.
Tacchini presents "Who Is Coming For Dinner?", a project that approaches the contemporary dining room as the natural core of the philosophy of convivial living. The new proposals include the historical re-editions of the Sempronia and the Dialogo chairs by Tobia Scarpa, and the Orpheus family of tables and consoles designed by Studio Binocle.
Mateo, Vincent Van Duysen's new table for Molteni&C, translates the brand's character into a solid yet dynamic design. The sophisticated colour palette beautifully complements its proportions and clean lines.
Ginori1735 launches its first furniture collection: Domus, designed by Luca Nichetto. The series includes the LaVenus lounge chair, which is upholstered in Rubelli's Oriente Italiano jacquard and has a shell-shaped seat inspired by Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus".
Kristalia's Elephant collection is expanded with a new piece: Elephantino, a chair with a shell made of recycled and reusable plastic available in four versions.
Kasumi, the coffee table designed by Toshiyuki Yoshino for Bonaldo, is inspired by Japanese culture. This essential design features two tops of differing widths that are connected by a sinuously shaped vertical element.
Brionvega presents Mario Bellini's Totem in the new black finish: a sculptural cube concealing a Hi-Fi system. The brand also unveils the new blue lacquered version of the iconic Radiofonografo designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1965.
Cassina offers an extensive collection bringing together famous designers like Antonio Citterio, Gaetano Pesce and Patricia Urquiola, and up-and-coming talents. 2023 also marks the debut of the new Cassina Lighting collection.
Henge's new collection is composed of pieces that are designed to either contrast each other in terms of lines and materials or be combined harmoniously. These designs draw inspiration from the unexpected.
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