Saturday, February 11, 2012

Milan, where else?

From April 17 to 22 Milan will again host I Saloni, the annual exhibition of furniture, lighting, design, accessories that started 51 years ago and grows every year larger and better.
This year novelties: EuroCucina (everything for the kitchen, from cabinets to appliances to new technology) will have the addition for the first time of accessories related to food and conviviality and the general public will be admitted  two days, on Saturday and Sunday, to visit the Fair, while the other days will be, as usual, trade only.

As I mentioned in the past (you can check all my posts on I Saloni scrolling on the right side of this blog and clicking on the corresponding image) the Fair is just one aspect of the Design Week, the parallel “Fuori Salone” with events, exhibitions, theatre productions, lectures, not to mention parties given by major brands, will be a  way of immersing ourselves in the world of design and meet interesting people.

Brillante Interiors with Barnaba Fornasetti at I Saloni 2011
With Barnaba Fornasetti at Fuori Salone 2011

Brillante Interiors at Gervasoni, I Saloni 2011
One of my favorite booths last year: Gervasoni

Brillante Interiors and Patricia Urquiola at I Saloni 2011
With Patricia Urquiola  at “Fuori Salone”2011,
 in the background Ross Lovegrove.

Brillante Interiors at I Saloni 2011, Riva 1920 table
Riva 1920, gorgeous table at I Saloni 2011

Brillante Interiors at Donghia I Saloni 2011
Luxurios Donghia, at I Saloni 2011

Brillante Interiors at I Saloni Milan
An exhibition on the best designers at I Saloni in 2010

Brillante Interiors at I Saloni 2010
Fuori Salone 2010

Brillante Interiors at I Saloni, Milan
See you in Milan?

Photography ©Albarosa Simonetti ; top image unknown source


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1 comment:

mbwife said...

Thanks, I am very interested in this. My husband and I will be making a trip to Italy this spring. he does venetian plaster walls, so we are very interested in wall treatments, but really what we want is exposure to the most current and cutting edge Italian home design. Is this it or can you recommend something more compelling?

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