We’re back again for another showcase of our favourite moments and pieces from Milan Design Week 2021. Read on to discover a selection of some of the globe’s most remarkable designs from the past year.
22 November, 2021
We’re headed back to Milan for round two of the design calendar’s favourite week: Salone del Mobile. This edition of our Milan overview proves that time and time again, design will transcend the tests that challenge the world. The tribulations of the last few years have pushed designers to think outside the box and to find inspiration in our new ways of living – and the creations that have come from this new era of design are nothing short of incredible.
We dive into the extraordinary collections of design powerhouses, Cattelan Italia, Stylecraft and Cult Design. Join us as we journey through a landscape of visual excellence and timeless traditions of creativity in design.
For furniture designed across the globe to be beloved across the globe, look no further than our review of Salone del Mobile, the second time around.
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