The Best of the 2017 Milan Furniture Fair, Part II
When you’re on the ground at the Milan Furniture Fair, things can seem like a total blur — you’re walking miles a day, eating on the go, drinking too much wine, and seeing more new things than your brain can actually process at once. Which is why we love doing round-ups like these — organizing all of our favorite things into one (or two or three) places makes us realize just how great last week was, what trends are emerging (we’re looking at you fringe, rust, lilac, and fiberglass) and what an interesting place design is at right now. Here’s the second of our posts chronicling all the wonderful things we found.
Salone del Mobile
Arper Artifort Carl Hansen’s booth, styled by Despina CurtisKonstantin Grcic for Cassina
Patricia Urquiola (above top) and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec (above bottom) for Glas Italia
Ludovica + Roberto Palombo for Kartell + Laufen Konstantin Grcic (above top) and Jerszy Seymour (above bottom) for MagisRonan and Erwan Bouroullec for MattiazziGordon Guillaumier for Moroso Cecilia Manz (shelves), MSDS (stool), and Anderssen & Voll (sofa) for Muuto Serena Confalonieri for My HomeRaw Color for Nanimarquina Jonas Wagell for TacchiniLucidi Pevere for Thonet Matteo Ragni (mirror), Guiseppe Maurizio Scutella (table), and Uto Balmoral for Tonelli
Atelier de Troupe David Pompa Michael Anastassiades, Konstantin Grcic, and Formafantasma for Flos
Eugeni Quitllet for FoscariniGuillaume Sasseville for Lambert et Fils Ladies & Gentlemen Studio + Vera & Kyte for Roll & Hill