Salone del Mobile 2019: From Etro’ to Cavalli, Discover the Most Anticipated Furniture and Interior Design Event of the Year by Sarah Duque Lovisoni / Photo: Nick Zonna

Salone del Mobile, is part of MDW, the most anticipated furniture and interior design event of the year, hosted more than 2,000 exhibitors at the Milan Fairgrounds in Rho, ranging from renowned architecture studios and architects to upcoming designers who are debuting their creations for the very first time.

From the 9th till the 14th of April, ArchDaily, along with 300,000 visitors hailing from countries all across the globe, will exchange ideas and indulge in the most recent furniture, product, and interior designtechnologies.

I visited the stands of “Edra” where I could admire the brand new handmade glass armchairs and several beautiful sofas. Edra stand was among the most modern and beautiful of this Furniture Fair.

For me, is amazing this time of year when the streets of Milan flood with design enthusiasts, eager to explore cutting-edge innovations and intricate Italian craftsmanship exhibited during Milan Design Week.

I was also at Baldi’s booth, where a wonderful piano was exhibited in a very elegant stand.

I felt in love with Etro , where I took several photos of beautiful furnishings.

Etro combined amazing colors with the furnishings in a truly unique way.

Surely this stand was among the most viewed with great attention to details.

I really appreciate also Roberto Cavalli Stand with a Wonderful Bar Corner.

I always love to visit architecture studios participating in the Salone such as, Zaha Hadid Design, Renzo Piano, John Pawson, and UNStudio to name a few.

Author: Sarah Duque Lovisoni

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Salone del Mobile 2019: From Etro’ to Cavalli, Discover the Most Anticipated Furniture and Interior Design Event of the Year by Sarah Duque Lovisoni / Photo: Nick Zonna