From the days 9 to 14 of April, Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile are the perfect places to provoke and evoke emotions from all the design-lovers and visitors. And during this week, some of the top designer brands from this so acclaimed and the luxury world took the opportunity of it being the most important week in the world of interior design, and released novelties that will spice up your home decor ideas and make it so much trendier. So let’s meet these whimsical new products!
At Salone del Mobile 2019, Boca do Lobo launched a new piece to its Metamorphosis Collection, The Metamorphosis English Snooker Table. With the intention of provoking and evoking, the design brand has a constant need to elevate design and bring new products to its collection.
Embroidered images of cats, tigers, and bees traditionally decorate pillows, but this year during Milan Design Week, cat-shaped pillows, owls and butterflies were added to the usual square and rectangular ones. In addition to pillows and blankets with a new print, candle holders have joined the Gucci Decor collection.
The Gucci Decor pop-up store will be opened until the end of June at Via Santo Spirito, 19, Milan.
During Milan Design Week, Studio Job opened the first permanent gallery in Milan, in the Porta Venezia area, where it brought together a retrospective of its best works created in these twenty years, including in collaboration with brands such as Venini, Gufram, Seletti, and Qeeboo.
The Italian furniture brand Seletti methodically announces design trends and modern art into everyday life, producing modern furniture, carpets, and dishes with prints of current artists.
For Milan Design Week, Seletti created in collaboration with Toiletpaper magazine, a series of low modern cabinets, bar stools and chairs with drawings by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.
Especially for Milan Design Week, Louis Vuitton adds pieces by Atelier Biagetti and Zanellato/bortotto to its objects nomades collection. Joining a line-up of renowned designers including India Mahdavi, Patricia Urquiola, and Tokujin Yoshioka, like them, the Italian duos have worked alongside an in-house artisan to produce their designs.
Fornasetti presented a new collection of contemporary rugs, modern cabinets, and accessories based on a combination of visionary fantasy and precious craftsmanship during Milan Design Week.
Set to be launched during the fall of 2019 after being presented during Milan Design Week, Vitra‘s ‘Vlinder’ sofa carries the rich yet eccentric signature of the brand.
Loud rock music, strobe lights, and metallic objects set the dramatic mood for dimoremilano’s debut exhibition ‘interstellar’ during Milan Design Week. DimoreStudio’s new collection is bold yet stylish, a true masterpiece for your home design.
See also: Milan Design Week 2019 Highlights
During this year’s Milan Design Week, Hermès has chosen to pay tribute to materials for the presentation of their new home collection.
The concept behind the exhibition space is to honour materials and acknowledge the importance materiality plays in design.
Doppia Firma 2019, one of the greatest events during Milan Design Week, where great artisans and artists collaborate and create complete masterpieces happened last Monday.
The Shape of Gravity the Fuorisalone installation by Nendo x WonderGlass that happened during Milan Design Week 2019.
April Key presents her first lighting collection Ocean Drive, a fusion between Art Deco architecture, lighting and sculptures.
Missoni‘s “Home Sweet Home” when reality becomes a fairy tale. Art environment by Alessandra Roveda and curated by Angela Missoni.
Fendi Casa turned its Via Solari outpost into a classic Roman home, complete with a terrace and terracotta flooring. Titled ‘Back Home’, Celestino’s collection is firmly rooted in Fendi’s aesthetic.
For this year’s furniture, homeware and wallpaper unveilings, Italian brand Etro‘s theme was twofold. Blending together mythological references with and exotic flourishes. A great example of 2019 trends since a big prediction for this year was rooms filled with extravagant patterns and with a burst of colours.
Joining forces with Smeg for a fourth consecutive year during Milan Design Week, Dolce & Gabbana’s Metropol welcomes ‘Artistic and Traditional’, an exhibition that explores both craftsmanship and colour.
Bvlgari celebrated a second year at Milan Design Week with a double display. An immersive experience which explores the duality of the materials and techniques the jeweller has become known for.