The annual Salone del Mobile Milan was back in full force in its usual April timeslot for 2023. Once again the stunning city of Milan put design front and centre with a show-stopping and action-packed program, alongside the completely revitalised fairgrounds under the guidance of President Maria Porro.
There are countless images and thoughts to process after experiencing something like the Milan Furniture Fair – this report distils all these things. We hope you find it an inspiring journey of design.
Featured in this exclusive Milan report, you’ll find:
The Big Themes
What were the ideas, forms and styles on repeat? We’ve pulled together the threads that repeated from the Fairgrounds to the FuoriSalone.
Mangiafuoco from Moroso, photo by Alessandro Paderni
Mené by Ross Gardam
We chat with key industrial designers – including some heavy hitters like Jaime Hayon.
Jaime Hayon, photo by James Mollison
The Furniture Line-up
Tables, outdoor and lots of chairs – here’s a back-to-back list of the new pieces that caught our eye.
Dialogo chair by Tobias Scarpa for Tacchini, photo by Andrea Ferrari
Totem stools by Sancal
Back for the first time since Covid, Milan was lit up this year with lighting taking centre stage. We list out the beautiful pieces shown so you can see a snapshot of what lies ahead in the world of lighting.
Pale Rose Collection by Louis Poulsen
Black Flag by Konstantin Grcic for Flos
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