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Siren's Selects from Salone del Mobile

Every April the one of a kind furniture fair, Salone del Mobile is the highlight of Milan Design Week. With over 400,000 visitors in six days, from 188 countries, Salone del Mobile is considered to be a leading venue to display new products by the world's best designers of furniture, lighting, and other home furnishings. Thanks to some of our favorite publications (Interior Design, Architectural Digest, WOTH Magazine and more), we’ve been inspired to put together a list of our favorite exhibitions. Check out which designs caught our eye:

Bisazza, an industry leader in the production of glass mosaics, unveiled a new concept done by French designer India Mahdavi for the 2018 Salone del Mobile. We’re obsessed with rounded bathroom fixtures and the playful pastel hue

We were also super impressed by Bloc Studios marble work done by Valentina Cameranesi, Nick Ross, and Object of Common Interest Studio. They had an extremely innovative vision and pushed the envelope with the form of these functional objects. What stands out to us the most about this exhibit is the way they played with natural hues and marble to make these unforgettable pieces.​

This next exhibit was put together by Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto of Studiopepe. They brought together a number of iconic pieces done by Gio Ponti and Angelo Mangiarotti. We love their subtle use of greenery complimented with their unique “Hello Sonia” wall hanging.​

We can’t get over this exhibit done by Dimorestudio . The artistic installation, “Perfettamente Imperfetto” perfectly captures the beauty of neutral colors paired with a unique material to create a luxurious space.

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