Milan Design Week 2019 has closed its doors and we left with plenty of exciting and interesting impressions. We would like to share with you our client’s striking novelties and best moments at Salone del Mobile, Euroluce, SaloneSatellite and the beautiful gardens and apartments in Brera.

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New Max Table made of Douglas fir and Last Stool in new polished steel version by Max Lamb for Hem. Superscene ceramics by John Booth and Ian McIntyre.


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New Kendo Chair family by LucidiPevere for Hem.


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Designer Christian Haas with new Elephant Side Table for the Japanese brand.


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Current collection and all Milan novelties at Karimoku New Standard’s garden location in Brera design district.


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The striking installation “Shelter“ at the Alcova space by Swiss bag label QWSTION showcased the potential of plant-based fibres for the architecture and design realm with their new material Bananatex®.


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Our team was perfectly dressed for the occasion.


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The Czech premium brand Brokis debuted a number of novelties at a 200 sqm booth at Euroluce such as the IVY collection by Lucie Koldova.


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Among other new items on display were the AWA collection by Japanese designer Fumie Shibata.


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PLAYSCAPE, a collaboration between Karimoku Furniture Inc. and Studio Mikiya Kobayashi, is a new type of furniture that provides the function of playground equipment for daily life.


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Studio Jonathan Radetz presented its versatile projects and designs on its own 32 sqm stand at SaloneSatellite.


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New and colourful bookends COUNTER by Studio Jonathan Radetz in cooperation with Antonia Henschel.


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Spotted at the exhibtion „Elle Decor At Work: The Evolution of Workspace“ at Palazzo Bovara: Simple Spinning Top by the Polish brand tre product.