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Milano Salone is 60 and forever young

Il Salone del Mobile took place, eventually this year, within an odd period, instead of April, from the 6th to the 12th of June 2022, in the city, and starting on the 7th at Rho Fiera. One individual could not attend to the numerous events going on. This is just an introduction of the represented sectors thanks to a few pieces of furniture.

How have we been without the Milano annual event? If there is one place where every single actor of the Design Field is rushing to, from all over the World, it certainly is the Italian capital of creation. Hereby, a panel that gives the tone of our future interiors, in terms of living room, offices, bathroom, kitchen and lighting. So far, a taste of everything that counts in renewing places.

Let’s celebrate with the Unifor total concept, the remarkable The Principles, designed by Rem Koolhaas from OMA. The set of furniture has been planned, singular and open to plenty of uses: to working, waiting, meeting, relaxing, or any combination of functions.

Freedom at work

In terms of offices, let us salute the remarkable set The Principles, designed by Rem Koolhaas (OMA agency), installation that presents the Unifor’s total concept. The furniture organized itself, singular and open to many uses, to work, wait, meet, relax, or several functions together.

Principles by OMA & UniFor
Principles by OMA & UniFor

The Ciclorama from ST Systemtronic is a complete range of shelves that can include a work table. With Luceplan, the lamplight Millimetro that comes down from the ceiling is as thin as a line. Segis’s Be-On high-back sofas ensure privacy in a space. Finally on a table, Chicago by Norm Architect, brings an elegant and retro bright note.

Ciclorama by ST Systemtronic
Millimetro by Luceplan
Be-on by SEGIS
Chicago by Norm Architect

Objects of curiosity

Among the unclassifiable, the work presented posthumously signed by the artist Virgil Abloh, Modular Imagination, manufactured by Cassina: is it a box, a safe ? No, it’s a side table. Konstantin Grcic has imagined furniture-spaces, including the Daybed (Giustini Stagetti) which combines the functions of separator, bed, support, storage, living room sofa …

Modular Imagination by Cassina (Virgil Abloh)
Daybed by Giustini Stagetti (Konstantin Grcic)

Tenders colors

Mutina, who is having fun with ceramics with the designers, produces the Per Paesaggi decorative accessories designed by Nathalie Dupasquier. Magis offers a vase and a light, Bouquet, for a candle-like atmosphere. Pedrali offers in beautiful colors the Hevea plant support that serves as a partition.

Per Paesaggi by Mutina (Nathalie Dupasquier)
Bouquet by Magis

Rational pieces

Tom Dixon dares the shiny with his series Mass, here the sparkling Side table in brasses. De Castelli plays undulations with the Canetto storage, whose top is also made of metal. Diego Gandi designed for Azzura the Leuca line of soft washbasins, in many sizes. And Laufen with Kartell present Lua, designed by Toan Nguyen for unique intimate interiors. In the register of the madness of grandeur, kitchens are masterful pieces, architecture. For the pleasure of receiving, Scavolini for example extends the technical block by the Musa dinner table.

Mass Dining Table Side by Tom Dixon
Canneto by DeCastelli
Leuca by Azzurra (Diego Grandi)
Lua by Laufen & Kartell (Toan Nguyen)
Musa by Scavolini

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