The keywords of Salone del Mobile


  • EXTETA, Hall 5 - Stand M06-M10 - Designed by Gae Alulenti in 1964 and now re-releated by the brand, the Locus Solus series comprises seats, tables, lamps and garden loungers with hyperbolic and irreverent designs. They include the armchair, formed from  a yellow, orange, white, blue or green steel tube structure with ø 30 mm which supports the suspended fabric seat-backrest.
  • Buffet by A&A Tagliabue
  • Jetty by Alf DaFré
  • Bombay by Alivar
  • Virna by Alma Design
  • AMURA, Piazzale Biancamano 2 - The Tau side table (design Emanuel Gargano) is named after the last letter of the Greek alphabet and is inspired by experience and observation of the Eastern lifestyle. Designed like a chessboard, Tau combines Canaletto walnut and Calacutta marble in an elegant contrast of light and dark. The Tau line also includes a sofa with wooden base.
  • Essentials by Ciarmoli Queda
  • Rythmic by Fermob
  • FRAG, Hall 20 - Stand C08-C10 - Designed by Ferruccio Laviani,  the Bak bookcase consists of a dark steel tube structure made up of three different shapes that intertwine to support four walnut shelves. The two lateral shoulders are covered with soft leather. The series also includes a dining table, a family of side tables and a valet stand.
  • GERVASONI, Hall 5 - Stand F15 - The soft Inout 419 armchair (design Paola Navone), upholstered in a fabric with a digital print that ironically suggests the texture of wood, is also suitable for outdoor spaces. It is padded with polyester and polyurethane foam; the cover is removable and water-repellent. Measurements 143 cm wide and 115 cm deep.
  • Line by Laurameroni
  • LUALDI, Hall 5 - Stand D04-D08 - Marco Piva?s Edges system of doors is completed, the volumetric effect achieved by cutting  the panel also used on the wood panelling  and modular wall coverings to create coordinated environments. Elegant texturing and unique materials that play with the light and surfaces of spaces to give them extra character.
  • Blade by Modulnova
  • NOVAMOBILI, Hall 12 - Stand B19-C22 - It is called Haiku and it is an armchair with the ability  to become, with its design and colours, the centrepiece of any room in which it is located. Designed by Zanellato/Bortotto, it has a soft and enveloping shell that is framed by a metal structure that accommodates two hand-moulded cushions in soft and elegant tones.
  • OPINION CIATTI, Hall 16 - Stand D37
  • Amante by Pianca
  • REPUBLIC OF FRITZ HANSEN, Piazza San Simpliciano -  Lune is a modern and functional modular system with a playful design in which Jaime Hayon combines the essence of a warm and welcoming environment with exclusive and urban elements. An extremely comfortable sofa, a blend of versatility and aesthetics, designed to meet the needs  of a contemporary lifestyle in constant flux.
  • Living by Roberto Ventura
  • Cassero by Serralunga
  • SITLAND, Hall 10 - Stand E12 - Part of the Cell system by Dorigo Design, Cell75 is the line  of armchairs and sofas with slim seats and elegant bases in wood or aluminium. The innovative processes and materials with which they are created give rise to comfortable and particularly resistant products. All of the seats can be equipped with a series of hi-tech optionals, from a music player to smartphone chargers.
  • TALENTI, Hall 10 - Stand C03 - Designed by Marco Acerbis, Soho Collection plays around with solids and voids, with the two-dimensional nature of the structure and the volume of the cushions. Delicacy and balance in the choice of materials: the cord that follows and meets with the wooden strips creates an elegant and visibly soft net that brings to mind the nautical world.
  • THONET, Hall 5 - Stand E06 - The tables and benches in the new S 1090 series by Randolf Schott are inspired by conviviality and functionality, robust yet dynamic and open items for eating in company, working or playing together. The mix of materials is expressed in an eloquent meeting between the wood of the surfaces and seats and the steel  of the structures.
  • TONIN CASA, Hall 12 - Stand A11-B12 - The Sound console for the bedroom is simple, modern and linear in its clean geometry. Among the main  features, in addition to the great multi-functionality that modern living requirements demand, there is also the option of inserting speakers for playback.
  • VERY WOOD, Hall 5 - Stand G12 - Carmen is a Matteo Thun Atelier project that plays around with the dynamism of the colour contrast between the inside and outside shell, enhanced by the contrasting trim that runs along the backrest and armrests. The entire collection is made up of beechwood seats with padded backrest and seats and covers in fabric, vinyl or leather.
  • Divanitas by Verzelloni
  • Petal by Yamakawa Rattan
  • Wallsystem by Zampieri

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6 APR 2017
The talk is of contemporary elegance, new editions, essence, the cocoon effect and a whole lot more at this, the 56th edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano. An event to experience through the design products at its heart

If innovation, research and quality are the guiding values of the furniture brands in creating ever more captivating proposals with an international flavour, the key concepts behind the trends featured in this edition of the Salone are certainly more numerous and varied.

Starting with contemporary elegance: a combination of minimalism and functionality, craftsmanship, technology and digital know-how is giving rise to a new aesthetic interpretation created with highly-prized materials, subtle luxury, warm and soft materials.   

The matter of storage is another guiding concept in the design pavilions, tackled through multifunctional solutions that can be adapted to different residential scenarios. The rigor, the volumes, the sizes or the heights are brought into play, along with the material and colour combinations, but the aim is always to ensure storage space to complete the great compositions for the day and night areas.

There’s no lack of references to the past and, in particular, to the much-loved fifties; a nostalgic touch, filtered through a more contemporary approach, emerges from the numerous new editions of bestsellers and iconic products that pepper the history of design and the companies taking part.

It is this unshakeable love for tradition that makes wood – in all its forms and in combination with other materials - a timeless element in contemporary production.

And if the interior is expressed in all its infinite expressive possibilities, the outdoors is not being neglected either.  The interior design companies are transferring their know-how to the external environment in proposals that mirror the contemporary comfort and elegance of the living spaces in a unique stylistic dialogue.