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SALONE MILAN 2019
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Once again the big fashion houses positioned themselves in the midst of the Salone Furniture Fair in Milan – Monograms and furnishings – united by design. !
Fashion and furnishings come from two different worlds, but they share the intention to present their own take on comfort and elegance, and they are united by the same common denominator: design.
By collaborating with architects and furniture designers, fashion brands can gain the freedom to explore process and materials through more experimental applications.
In keeping with the motto “Modern Always,” Knoll presents new designs alongside its modern classics designed by architects like Florence Knoll, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen and Harry Bertoia, reflecting the determination to always offer innovative ideas, regardless of passing fashions – ideas that last in time.
For Tom Dixon raw materials are a veritable obsession.
Marble, wood, plastic, glass, iron, brass and copper are the basic building blocks that have defined Tom Dixon’s products from the outset.
This year, Tom took a step back and looked at his biggest influence and the underpinning inspiration for what he does – his materials.
Milan is a city of historic buildings and is dominated by the wonderful Gothic Cathedral and along with DaVinci’s Last Supper, fashion is one of Milan’s biggest draws.
For the confirmed shopholic, Milan offers one of the most concentrated shopping experiences in all Europe and is renowned for its’ position as a centre piece of high fashion as well as street style fashion