Salone del Mobile 2019: Highlights from Day 1 – Salone del Mobile 2019 finally opened doors to one of the greatest design celebrations of the year. Now that the first day of the former Isaloni has now come to an end, is time to recall the best moments from the day. Scroll down to review the most relevant highlights by CovetED Magazine.
The Covet House Stand
A super stand with more than 900 m² completely designed to boost your creativity.
Location: | Pav. 4 | Stands E08-E12-D07-D21
Source: Covet House
Source: Covet House
Kartell by Laufen flagship store | Cocktail party
A harmonious dialogue in which the iconic style of Kartell, meets the quality and innovation of Laufen. A game of colour that narrates an original, avant-garde bathroom created for people who love design but insist on functional quality.
The new A.I. by Philippe Starck, a Kartell exclusive at Salone del Mobile 2019.
The Art Side of Kartell, a 70 years society exploration through art and design. Don’t miss the exhibition at Palazzo Reale, April 10-May 12.
Lazy, Crazy Night by Seletti
Seletti launched the new collection related to the world of lighting and furniture. HALL 10 Stand E 10
“Cactus Sunrise” are the new 3 cactus light for a desertic chill out and relax in your space!
Moooi presents: A Life Extraordinary!
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Arte International and Moooi present in exclusivity the new model of the collection Extinct Animal, “Indigo Macaque”
Triennale di Milano
The Triennale Milano Museo del Design Italiano, directed by Joseph Grima, opens its doors to the public yesterday to present a permanent display of the most iconic and representative pieces of Italian design, selected from the 1600 Items ln the Triennale Collection.
The creation of the Museo del Design Italiano has been advocated by Stefano Boeri, President of Triennale Milano, and is the result of the input from an advisory committee that brings together some of the top names in the world of Italian design and architecture: Paola Antonelli, Andrea Branzi, Mario Bellini, Antonio Citterio, Michele De Lucchi, Piero Lissoni, Claudio Luti, Fabio Novembre, and Patricia Urquiola. A special committee will also be set up for the acquisitions that, over the coming years, will expand the Triennale Collection.
Plan your visit to Triennale to see Broken Nature–from Tuesday to Sunday, 10.30am–8.30pm.
Installation view. Image copyright La Triennale di Milano, photo by Gianluca Di Ioia
Oki Naganode by Julia Lohmann (2013). Image copyright La Triennale di Milano, photo by Gianluca Di Ioia
Spazio Rossana Orlandi
via Matteo Bandello 14
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