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The Best of the 2016 Milan Furniture Fair, Part II

The 2016 Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone — aka the Milan furniture fair — closes today, and we were there on the ground, running around like crazy people trying to absorb a year’s worth of new furniture in less than a week’s time. According to our iPhones, we walked about 7.5 miles a day in our quest to scout great design. Here’s the second of three posts chronicling what we found.

Salone del Mobile

Arper_LAM_CatifaPastel tri-tone Catifa chairs by Lievore Altherr Molina for ArperArper_LAM_ParentesitThe freestanding Parentesit divider by Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper
Artifort_CKR_PalladioClaesson Koivisto Rune‘s nestable Palladio table series for Artifort
Bonaldo_AlainGilles_NewPerspective Graphically-printed New Perspective mirrors by Alain Gilles for BonaldoCasamania_LucaNichetto_LofotenOne section of Luca Nichetto‘s Lofoten sofa system for CasamaniaCasamania_MarcThorpe_LilyMore nesting tables: the Lily collection by Marc Thorpe for CasamaniaCassina_Dordoni_BoboliTableRodolfo Dordoni‘s Boboli table for Cassina, which also comes in black and nickel-colored versionsCassina_Grcic_PropsKonstantin Grcic‘s sculptural Props tables for Cassina
Cassina_RonGilad_DeadlineMirrorsStriped mirrors from Ron Gilad‘s Deadline series for Cassina, which includes 12 different optical illusion-y printed mirror designs
Cassina_RonGilad_DeadlineMirrors2Ron Gilad‘s Deadline mirrors for CassinaCassina_Zaha_ZHOneA prototype of the ZH One chair by the late Zaha Hadid for CassinaGlasItalia_Lissoni_Commodore Ribbed-glass Commodore cabinets by Piero Lissoni for Glas ItaliaGlasItalia_Nendo_Layers2The Layers console by Nendo for Glas ItaliaMagis_JerszySeymour_HappyEndingsEven more nesting tables: Happy Endings by Jerszy Seymour for Magis, in a trendy black speckle (image courtesy of Designboom)
Moroso_Diesel_AircraftMirror The Aircraft Mirror from Moroso’s collection with Diesel LivingMoroso_Herkner_PipeA new chaise version of Sebastian Herkner‘s Pipe chair for MorosoMoroso_MarcThorpe_HuskThe outdoor-friendly Husk lounger by Marc Thorpe for MorosoMutina_BOsgerby_PuzzleBarber Osgerby‘s Puzzle tiles for MutinaMuuto_AnderssenVoll_FramedMirrorsTri-colored Framed mirrors by Anderssen & Voll for MuutoMUUTO_TAF_ControlLampThe Dieter Rams-esque Control light by TAF for MuutoPetiteFriture_Pool_GridSofaPart of a new expansion of Pool’s Grid seating collection for Petite FritureVitra_Grcic_AllPlastic2Jasper Morrison‘s All Plastic chair for Vitra, which looks like bentwood but is in fact all plastic
Vitra_TK_SoftModularSoft Modular sofa by Jasper Morrison for VitraSancal_Herkner_VesperThe Vesper table by Sebastian Herkner for SancalDesalto-MiniClay-rgbColorful “Mini” versions of Marc Krusin‘s Clay tables for Desalto

Around Town

Milantrace-2016-CC-Tapis-SPAZIO-PONTACCIO-Yellowtrace-02Rugs by Patricia Urquiola and Federico Pepe for CC Tapis, exhibited at Spazio PontaccioApparatus_PortalTable1The new marble version of Apparatus’s wooden Portal tableDanielRybakken_SecantOne of three versions of Daniel Rybakken‘s cut-crystal Secant lights for J. Hill’s StandardDante_BavareskThe Bavaresk table from Dante’s Parallel Choice Assortment Collection
Dante_MinimalMoraliaMinima Moralia screens from Dante’s Parallel Choice Assortment Collection CasaVitraOne of the styled rooms at Vitra’s two-story Casa Vitra installation in BreraDimoreStudio2New chairs, tables, rugs, and lamps by Dimore Studio
HAY Milan 2016 49Hay’s massive multi-room installation at La PelottaHay_DanielEnoksson_TerrazzoTableTerrazzo tables by Daniel Enoksson for HayWrongLondon_30DegreeLampThe 30 Degree lamp, from Sebastian Wrong’s newly christened Wrong.London lighting brand
Stellarworks_DavidRockwellDavid Rockwell‘s leather Valet Lounge Chair for Stellarworks
levisarha-drill-2-300dpiLevi Sarha‘s lava-rock Drill lamp, part of Damn magazine‘s Belgian Matters showJulienRenault_BoardCollection2The Board bench and chair by Julien Renault, also part of Belgian MattersHem_KarolineFesser_HideTableThe Hide table by Karoline Fesser for Hem, which also comes in greigeHEM Petrus Palmér februari 2016 StockholmNew splatter-painted versions of Max Lamb‘s Last stool for Hem
HEM Petrus Palmér februari 2016 StockholmScrewless Zig Zag shelves by Studio deFORM for Hem

Dutch Invertuals

Dutch Invertuals_2016_photography_Ruy Teixeira_29Resin and copper lidded boxes by Studio Truly Truly, part of the 2016 Dutch Invertuals show curated by Wendy Plomp and themed around “Advanced Relics” (photos by Ruy Teixiera)
Dutch Invertuals_2016_photography_Ruy Teixeira_08A black wood “mirror” by Nel Verbeke at Dutch Invertuals
Dutch Invertuals_2016_photography_Ruy Teixeira_64A polished-brass “mirror” by Tijmen Smeulders at Dutch Invertuals
Dutch Invertuals_2016_photography_Ruy Teixeira_55An abstract clock by Martina Lasinger at Dutch InvertualsDutch Invertuals_2016_photography_Ruy Teixeira_51A chunk of bronze — gradated from raw to polished — by Hongjie Yang at Dutch Invertuals