We're back from a whirlwind tour of Milan Design Week and our first stop was, of course, Salone del Mobile, and here are some top picks.
An indoor/outdoor collection of furniture made using a traditional handwoven technique in Senegal.
A sculpted dining chair that hugs you with its curved backrest while displaying a hand-carved pattern on the back.
IKEA U.S. announced an unexpected but highly welcomed lifestyle collaboration with LA fashion designer Chris Stamp of Stampd.
Hem is showcasing new product launches alongside a curated selection of ther existing furniture and housewares at their Milan pop-up.
Tokujin Yoshioka designs a sculptural transparent chair for Kartell using acrylic resin in ways it never has been used before.
A collection of seating modules, rugs, and dividers that challenge the idea of what we normally think of in a sofa.
A stackable, wireframe chair with graphic lines that suggest movement, like that of a summer breeze.
A curvy, overstuffed seat with blade-thin metal legs come together for a chair that spans all decades.
A playful outdoor collection of two-tone furniture inspired by the Colombian tropics.
A collection of furniture that takes inspiration from traditional arches typically found in Lebanese architecture.
A cozy lounge chair that gives the user a comfortable spot to work while offering just enough privacy to be productive.
An outdoor seating collection that references a relaxing countryside vibe but with a contemporary spin.
A collection of modern seating that merges three different materials, including beech wood, rattan, and velvet.
A collection of outdoor furniture with seam details that mimic those of a tailored garment.
Working with natural materials, Paola Navone expands her outdoor furniture collection that brings the indoors out.