Waiting for the Salon, Dell Mobile (Episode Two)

A return that has an exceptional character in itself, not only for the quality of the offers and the leading companies, but also for the acceleration that Milanese Furniture Fair will prove to have given to the process of transformation and development of the trade fair event. Salon always showed extraordinary curiosity, availability, openness to discussion, great will and ability to improve and innovate standardized formulas. In these complex years, ideas, research and questions regarding the future of trade fairs have been on the agenda and have led to a concrete revision of the fair format with the aim of being able to continue to generate value for the entire design community. From this positive and constructive energy, the three important innovations of this edition were born: the single exhibition level, with exhibitors moved from the upper pavilions (8-12, 16-20) to the lower pavilions to simplify, improve and enhance the fruit and visitor experience; The new design of Euroluce, which, from a centralized platform, will bring the human and the use of the exhibition back to the center, thanks to a ring road, smart, easy to use, and better connected; The cultural component will be integrated into the Biennale of Light spaces through interdisciplinary and experimental contents, which will range from architecture to art with exhibitions, talks, workshops and site-specific installations.

Here are a few, in preview.

On the table between the pillars of the lake

dorsey study, Palin

The mooring column that juts out over the waters of the Venetian lagoon is called the Ballina and is named after the table that designer Jo D’Orsi created with Venedia. In solid wood, the table legs have an alternating color effect given by two strips of lacquered steel wrapped in a spiral around the wood, applied dry without the need for glue. This makes the materials easy to completely separate for 100% recycling.

Glass and porcelain

Luciplan Alibel Signed by Alessandro Zampelli.

Luciplan Alibel

Signed by Alessandro Zampelli, lighting system Alibel It has something poetic in it as the inspiration is a small insect perching on a body of water, forming concentric circles. The rest is the lightness of the glass and the different degrees of light diffusion. However, the most interesting aspect of the project is the lighting on a vertical or horizontal track, which is usually associated with a technical area and which Zambelli transmits to every room in the house or contract.

Glass and porcelain

dieburn, Lumens Table lamp set in porcelain and glass, in basic shapes and warm colours.

dieburn, Lumens A high-quality porcelain producer, known for its precious bone china table sets, thin, light and translucent, Dibbern arrives for the first time at Milan Design Week. In collaboration with lighting designer Tobias Grau, the Hamburg company will present Lumens: Lamp collection A table lamp made of porcelain and glass, with basic shapes and warm colors, in which there is a classic tradition and contemporary aesthetics Find a happy combination.

With bent and worked wood

sofas to live, Astronomy David Lopez Quincoces is the author of the Ark Armchair, a sculptural, almost collectible bench.

sofas to live, Astronomy

David Lopez Quincoces is the author of The Armchair Book Astronomy, a sculptural bench, almost from a group, made of a lively and natural material such as wood, and outlined by a simple, straight line. “The idea was to create a two-armed object almost like a graphic sign, where the curved line meets the straight line that defines the profile, seat and back,” Quincoces architect explains. The result looks perfect.

Infiniti, GT01

No final GT01post-industrial style.

Infiniti, GT01

The style is post-industrial, as can be guessed from the distinctive welds of the painted sled frame In red or white. GT01designed by Gio Tirotto, is a chair with a timeless design, ideal for the living room or for an office environment.

Textile floors

the roots tartan graphics, By the leader of textile floors in Val Seriana.

the roots Tartan graphics

The story goes back to 1950, when Pietro Radici started producing carpets and fabrics refined with jacquard looms in Val Seriana under the name Carpetificio Nazionale. Today Radici is a leader in textile flooring and at Salon 2023 taps designers like Arthur Arbesser, on loan from the fashion world, to create shifting styles with subversive modernism.

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