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Best of Salone 2016

Now it’s time for a tour inside the fair..
Baxter
The real innovation for Baxter this year is its first complete project for “outdoor”, by Paola Navone and Antonino Sciortino.
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Cassina
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Living Divani

Agra sofa and armchair by David Lopez Quincoces.

Agra sofa and armchair by David Lopez Quincoces.

Tombolo armchair, riedition of 1999 design by Piero Lissoni, with a new original guise created by studio UN pizzo.

Tombolo armchair, riedition of 1999 design by Piero Lissoni, with a new original guise created by studio UN pizzo.

Moroso
At this year’s Milan International Furniture Show (Rho fair complex) Moroso presents nine collections by such talented designers as among others, Patricia Urquiola, Sebastian Herkner, Marc Thorpe and Mermelada Estudio.

Baobab tables by Marc Thorpe.

Baobab tables by Marc Thorpe.

Pipe armchair by Sebastian Herkner.

Pipe armchair by Sebastian Herkner.

Jambo by Marmelada Estudio.

Jambo by Marmelada Estudio.

Cappellini
On the occasion of Salone 2016, Cappellini opens its brand new showroom in Porta Nuova district. The new collection was presented with an evocative lighting scenography by Studio KARMACHINA.
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Desalto

Ike by Victor Vasilev.

Ike by Victor Vasilev.

Oval Clay by Marc Krusin.

Oval Clay by Marc Krusin.

MiniClay tables by Marc Krusin.

MiniClay tables by Marc Krusin.

Kartell
Kartell used its stand to interpret the company’s philosophy with stories told by the voices of the stars of this Salone del Mobile themselves. The display revolved around 11 micro-environments, each one dedicated to a specific designer (from Ferruccio Laviani to Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola and Tokujin Yoshioka), as well as the new Kartell Kids line.

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Knoll
“This is Knoll”, the project by OMA for the brand stand at Salone was a hypermodern version of the pavilion of Mies van der Rohe – focused on chromatic effects, stylistic twists and timeless furnishings. (Here below the renders, loved them!)
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Glas Italia
The new collections are characterized by elegance and distinctiveness, they convey new eclectic and functional elements to the contemporary living culture.They are designed to interpret the architectonical spaces in a dynamic and innovative way.

Prism partitions by Tokujin Yoshioka.

Prism partitions by Tokujin Yoshioka.

Lady Hio by Philippe Starck + S. Schito

Lady Hio by Philippe Starck + S. Schito

Magis
Conceived as a museum exhibition, surrounded by the absolute purity of white, Magis stand puts the spotlight on the latest new products, created by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic and Jerszy Seymour.

Officina family by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

Officina family by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

Happy endings by Jerszy Seymour.

Happy endings by Jerszy Seymour.

Brut tables by Konstantin Grcic.

Brut tables by Konstantin Grcic.

Roda
Absolute novelty of this year is the new LOOM carpets, hung like tapestries throughout the RODA stand. Handmade on loom and available in various colors and types of patterns, the LOOM carpets furnish the living corners bringing another “piece of home” outside.
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Driade
The brand who made the history of design presented a whole collection of novelties.

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Lou Think by Philippe Starck.

Zanotta

tavolo REALE Carlo Mollino 1946

Reale table, homage to Carlo Mollino, new top


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