The 62nd edition of the Salone del Mobile.  Milano will take place at Fiera Milano Rho from April 16 to 21, 2024. On the 2024 edition, almost 1,900 exhibitors - including the 600 SaloneSatellite designers will occupy 172,500 m2 of net exhibition space.

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and Workplace3.0 will be accompanied by the biennial EuroCucina - along with FTK ( Technology For the Kitchen),  and International Bathroom exhibition, than S.Project and SaloneSatellite this year into its 25th edition.

Bench Origata ,design Nao Tamura Photo:  Nao Tamura
Bench Origata, design Nao Tamura for Porro
Photo: Nao Tamura

The 62nd edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano will take place at Fiera Milano Rho from April 16 to 21, 2024. On the 2024 edition, almost 1,900 exhibitors - including the 600 SaloneSatellite designers will occupy 172,500 m2 of net exhibition space. The Salone lnternazionale del Mobile, the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and Workplace3.0 will be accompanied by the biennial EuroCucina - along with FTK ( Technology For the Kitchen),  and International Bathroom exhibitions than S.Project and SaloneSatellite into its 25th edition.

Like every year on display will be numerous new products, will be offered a great number of cultural events in the town, specialized design exhibitions,  talks and round tables.

Salone del Mobile 2024, Designcommunication Product Selection

Below is our selection of the new or updated product which will be exhibited at the Fair or on the accompanied events.

Armchair Gingko, design Niccolò Devetag  for Porada   Photo: Porada Armchair Gingko, design Niccolò Devetag  for Porada   Photo: Porada
Armchair Gingko, design Niccolò Devetag for Porada Photo: Porada

The originality of Gingko armchair was achieved through design with simple forms, attention to detail and high-quality workmanship.

Musa,design Note Design Studio for Vibia  Photo: Vibia
Musa,design Note Design Studio for Vibia
Photo: Vibia

The small portable lamp Musa without cables is suitable for any space. The unity of elements such as the small sphere of opal, hand-blown glass and the organic, simple container that holds it, results in a pleasing and desirable product

An architectonic partition Monolite, design TIPSTUDIO   for De Castelli   Photo: DeCastelli
An architectonic partition Monolite, design TIPSTUDIO for De Castelli
Photo: DeCastelli

An unusual product function like the partition was realised of two symmetrical, concave brass metal sheets with precise, clean, graphic lines. The incorporated light source creates a pleasant atmosphere in the space. The contrast between the inner and outer finish of the surface is the main features of the product.

The Lounge Chair Cross , design Alain Gilles  for Bonaldo  Photo: Ergo The Lounge Chair Cross , design Alain Gilles  for Bonaldo  Photo: Ergo
The Lounge Chair Cross , design Alain Gilles for Bonaldo
Photo: Ergo

The Lounge Chair Cross is with a new look for a classic lounge chair. A harmonious combination of shapes with unusual dimensions, a visible construction with aesthetic quality and a sense of detail. The design of the armrest attracts attention.

Globalove armchair design Karim Rashid for Bonaldo  Photo: Ergo
Globalove armchair design Karim Rashid for Bonaldo
Photo: Ergo

The armchair Globalove has an unconventional shape, without the legs, with the seat on the ground. The base, backrest and cushion are united into a harmonious whole, providing comfort for the user.

Bolle lamp by Massimo Castagna  for Gallotti&Radice  Photo: Gallotti&Radice
Bolle lamp by Massimo Castagna for Gallotti&Radice
Photo: Gallotti&Radice

As a bestseller, the elegant Bolle lamp has confirmed its characteristics on the market. This year, the company celebrated the tenth anniversary of this product launching the new colours.

Transparent hanging balls with hand-polished brass metal parts combine aesthetic features and functionality and will continue to bring a pleasant atmosphere to spaces.

Petalo armchair from the Timeout collection, design Vincent Van Duisen for Molteni&C
Petalo armchair from the Timeout collection, design Vincent Van Duisen for Molteni&C
Photo: Molteni&C/Raffaella Casati

The aesthetic features of the Petalo armchair are built on the contrast between the thin aluminum structure and the basket made of polypropylene fiber strips in the shape of a fan. Comfort is enhanced with pillows /

Ninfea Serving cart,designer  Alberto Lievore for Fast  Fhoto Ergo
Ninfea Serving cart,designer Alberto Lievore for Fast
Photo Ergo

Ninfea Serving cart is a multifunctional piece of outdoor furniture. It fulfils the function of a table, side table or serving cart. The removable storage tray enhances the product's functionality and increases the user's comfort.

Superfan ventilator, design Michael Anastassiades for Kettal  Photo: Kettal
Superfan ventilator, design Michael Anastassiades for Kettal
Photo: Kettal

Michael Anastasiades and his ventilator design confirm that any object can be a design task. This product offers a range of colours that allow an aesthetic fit in different outdoor or indoor spaces. Two fan variants were realized, one with a stem and one without. More importantly, other functional features are adjustable: speeds, the possibility of choosing a suitable operating mode, and remote control.  . The Superfa A fusion of aesthetics and functionality, allows the user to customize an individual ventilation solution to suit personal unique preferences.

The sunshade Tesa O',design Monica Armani for B&B Italia  Photo B&B Italia
The sunshade Tesa O',design Monica Armani for B&B Italia
Photo B&B Italia

The simple, unusual shape of the sunshade Tesa O' supports functionality and contributes to the product's attractiveness.

Bench Origata ,design Nao Tamura for Porro  Photo:  Nao Tamura
Bench Origata ,design Nao Tamura for Porro
Photo: Nao Tamura

Through the subtle unity of the aluminium sheet and the expressive red colour, strong aesthetic characteristics of the bench Origata have been achieved. Components with simple shapes and straight lines form an impressive whole. They are interconnected with screws, which represent the only aesthetic detail and complete the minimalist impression of the product.

New pendant lighting “Tau”, design Ryosuke Fukusada for FIAM Italia  Photo: Ryosuke Fukusada
New pendant lighting “Tau”, design Ryosuke Fukusada for FIAM Italia
Photo: Ryosuke Fukusada

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