The Best Moments From Salone Del Mobile 2022 – After an exhilarating week that provided enough thought regarding what people are calling the new paradigm of living, the 60th Salone del Mobile has come to an end. Modern Chandeliers blog has gathered a list of the best moments from the event as a way of thanking you for your company during these past days! Keep reading this article to find out more!
The Best Moments From Salone Del Mobile 2022
LUXXU’S New Products Debut
The Salone Del Mobile 2022 edition served as the stage for LUXXU to present to the public, for the first time, the new products that were part of the Magna and Algerone Collections as well as the Gladia Armchair and the new members of the Shard Family – the Shard Floor Lamp and The Shard Table Lamp. Our brand also showcased the new rug series with contemporary and geometric designs.
The Return Of Salone Satellite
Salone Satellite returned for its 23rd edition at Salone del Mobile 2022 after a three-year hiatus, welcoming emerging designers to a new prominent location at the fair’s entrance. Exhibitors adhered to the theme ‘Designing for our Future Selves,’ with an emphasis on inclusive design that promoted ‘autonomy, comfort, movement, usability, interaction, and safety for all.’ The exhibition was designed as a welcoming piazza, enhancing the event’s role as a talent connector and a launching pad for emerging creatives, start-ups, and design schools.
This year’s winners of the SaloneSatellite awards:
- Lani Adeoye
- Studio Gilles
- Djurdja Garčević
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More than just an exhibition, Salone Del Mobile served as a stage to discuss different subjects related to design and sustainability. With many talks being held at the event, we point out Sustainability: Three Different Episodes hosted by Maria Cristina Didero, Victoria Siddall, Daan Roosegaarde and Eva Feldkamp, and There Will Always Be A Design Emergency, featuring two international figures on the design scene, Paola Antonelli and Alice Rawsthorn.
Other International Brands That Stood Out
Hermès’ interior design collection has become as coveted as its signature leather goods, but for its latest collection, the French fashion house focused on textiles, specifically cashmere. Hermès installed imposing water column-like wooden structures covered in shimmering wallpaper in Milan’s Brera district to celebrate lightness, which was echoed in the six-piece new offering.
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Brunello Cucinelli’s boutique on Via Montenapoleone hosted a special event to celebrate the launch of the limited-edition ceramic cup created in collaboration with designer and architect Daniel Germani. The cup was inspired by cashmere bales because Germani wanted to pay homage to the Cucinelli brand’s history and vision by combining the style of cashmere with simple yet refined lines.
Paul Smith for De Padova X Mini
The backdrop for the display of the British designer’s collection with luxury furniture brand De Padova was an immersive space filled with the knickknacks Paul Smith’s London studio is famous for, as well as runway looks and piles of textiles. Smith’s signature color accents (lime green is a standout) with contrasting stitching and decorative-slash-functional details, such as leather straps and pockets, were used to create upholstered armchairs, sofas, and poufs. Coffee tables made of wood and stone, benches, blankets, and leather trays rounded out the selection.
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