Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn in one room: the Salone del Mobile 2018 was inaugurated last night with a spectacular gala dinner, this time in the Sala delle Cariatidi of the Royal Palace.
The 55th edition, the Salone del Mobile was officially presented on the 11th Feb in a conference at the Unicredit Pavilion, in the presence of more than 400 guests, including journalists, architects and sectoral operators.
A communication works when it harnesses the sociology of the times, thus the Salone del Mobile.Milano is presenting a new image encompassing both past and future.
The stylised eye was the first symbol used by the Salone in 1961. It is its’ origin, its’ birth, and the graphic of its’ early successes.
The 54th edition of the Salone del Mobile closed after welcoming 310,840 visitors through its…
From the 8th April to the 13th April, Milan was once more the undisputed “Capital of Design”.
Design pilgrims flocked to Milan for the world’s most important design fair and the unofficial start of the design season, hoping to catch onto global design trends, and get inspired by seeing what’s fresh, eye-catching, and cutting edge
What happens in the Milan Design Week goes beyond the presentation of new products that everybody can easily find online. Here at Design Week, the international brands expressed their energy for the world to see
The Salone del Mobile is the benchmark in the home-furnishing sector and an unique advertisement instrument for the Italian furniture industry.
Francesca Molteni and architect scenographer Davide Pizzigoni, together devised a project that recreates the private “rooms” of leading world architects by means of real-life videos, images, sounds, comments and reconstructions.
The result is an interactive exhibition space that unveils the architects’ visions of living, their choices and their obsessions.
Specially commissioned by Cosmit, Pritzker Prize 2008 winner Jean Nouvel’s project explored the possibilities of the ” Likable Workplace “.
He explored contemporary building concepts informed by a rejection of cloned, alienating, standardised and serially repetitive spaces, inspiring exhibitors and visitors with different ways of achieving alternative workspace environments.
Milan, a city in constant transformation, which has seen its skyline changed, projected into the future but able to preserve its history, a place where meetings and promises take place, capable to attract energies and investments.
Milan has now been Salone Internazionale del Mobile’s HQ’s for 52 years
This years Salone Satellite 2012 theme – “Design Technology – a special tribute to Steve…