After a year of absence in light of the pandemic, Milan Design Week, one of the most anticipated design events to take place in Italy, will finally open its doors to visitors. From the 5th to the 10th of September, more than 350,000 architects, designers, artists, and craftsmen from all around the world will have the chance to explore new design innovations and exchange ideas about the interior design, furniture, and lighting. During the week-long event, Salone del Mobile, the awaited furniture and interior design event of the year, will be hosting local and international exhibitors at the Fiera Milano, Rho, along with interventions by world-renowned architects across the city.Architectural Interventions Taking Place at the 2021 Salone del Mobile — Free Autocad Blocks & Drawings Download Center
Dior invites 17 artists and designers to reimagine the medallion chair, a symbol of Louis XVI style and an emblem of the fashion house since its inception.The iconic Dior medallion chair scores a series of makeovers for Salone del Mobile — Vogue Australia
The furniture design fair Salone Del Mobile has come and gone for another year (although last year it was cancelled) and for those that were not able to make it, an excellent reader on the fair can be found from bureau favourite, Monocle.
The paper promises a look at some of the key events and pieces and is sure to be a must read for furniture and design fans.
It looks to be an informative read with a great look and feel.
Salone del Mobile has hit the design calendar once more with all the latest and greatest in the world of design.
Bulgari turned heads with it’s installation taking up around 1,000 square metres while Versace Home’s exhibit looked delightfully retro futuristic resplendent in it’s aqua colour scheme. German art school juggernaut, Bauhaus also celebrated it’s 100 ear anniversary at Salone.
By all reports, the host city, Milan has done a great job showcasing the best of the festival as design fans mark their calendars to do it all again next year.