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Salone del Mobile 2019: See the Eye-Catching Designs That Caught Iko In’s Eyes


The 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano which ran from 9-14 April 2019 ended on an extremely high note! If you missed it, don’t despair as Iko In and his co-hosts Kent and Xiao Shen will show you some of the most exciting sights at the fair in this video…


From left: Kent, Xiao Shen and Iko In

Salone del Mobile 2019’s Exciting Sights

In the large space bordered by iconic fringe curtains, the moods Panorama, Alps, Winter Garden from the MissoniHome 2019 collection were unveiled. Among the new pieces, the airy lamps Bubble Knit, light and versatile, that produce the most evocative patterns; Milady and Grandma, the comfortable and essential upholstered armchairs were displayed. A special space was also dedicated to Horoscope, an ongoing collection.

B&B Italia
B&B Italia returned to the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Rho Fair with a presentation for the entire home environment with new proposals for both living and dining areas. The new collection for 2019 featured sofas, armchairs, tables, storage systems, benches, stools and complements designed by Antonio Citterio, Piero Lissoni, Michael Anastassiades, Vincent Van Duysen, Naoto Fukasawa and Paolo Nava. The Maxalto collection, designed and coordinated by Antonio Citterio, was enrichened with new elegant and sophisticated sofas and more.

B&B Italia, Flos and Louis Poulsen announced their joint participation as Design Holding at the 58th edition of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan (April 9-14). The companies showcased their Collections in three distinctive areas of an all-encompassing booth designed by Calvi Brambilla, located in the new S.Project pavilion (Halls 22-24) -a crosscutting exhibition format making its debut at the Salone del Mobile.

This was the 22nd appointment with the world’s leading design event for designers under 35. The theme of this edition, Food as a Design Object, was intended to be a stimulus for young people to channel their ideas more and more into design and generate intelligent, responsible and practicable projects that also encompass the food system of the future. This year, some 550 took part in the event with a mass of talents whose projects have the power to generate new feelings, to astonish and to trigger reflection on a highly challenging future: recycling and end-of- life product management, responsible and alternative use of materials and products, research and technological innovation.

Salone del Mobile 2019 witnessed the official presentation of the new Bugatti Home collection. The stand of Bugatti partner Luxury Living Group was set up like an actual home. From the stand’s walls and windows to the wood paneling and carpets, the details of the collection were put in the spotlight. On the parking spot of the Bugatti Home, the Bugatti Divo celebrated its Italian premiere.

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