Posts tagged 'Salone del Mobile'

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Ichiro Iwasaki: ‘Work and home environments are getting mixed nowadays’

One of the most enduring trends in design is certainly the blurring of the boundaries between work and living spaces. Over the years brands and

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Milan Design Week 2018: Workplace trends to watch

Milan design week has wrapped for another year, but there is still plenty to digest and reflect on. This year there was no dedicated office

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Salone del Mobile Milan: The 6 best stands of 2018

This year’s edition of Salone del Mobile was the biggest ever, with over 1,841 exhibitors showcasing their products in Milan’s mile-long Fiera pavillions. With so

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Milan design week 2018: Must see shows and installations

Taking place between the 17th and the 22nd of April, the five days of Milan design week are some of the biggest in the design

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Ineke Hans’ candid Milan review

Ineke Hans spoke candidly to onoffice about the ups and downs of this year’s Salone del Mobile, particularly the student presence at the fair. The

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Michele De Lucchi: Milan’s man of the moment

Salone del Mobile asked revered Milan resident Michele De Lucchi to create an installation for its workplace-focused show – and his response is typically well

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onoffice’s top chairs at the Salone del Mobile

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Magis The French designers have extended their Officina range for Magis with a chair and stool made from forged metal

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Top products lighting up Euroluce 2015

Nyta’s adaptable light German lighting brand Nyta has introduced a spherical version of its award-winning pendent lamp Tilt. The shade can be swiveled at a

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Tables topping the list at the Salone del Mobile

Cappellini’s Lochness tables Piero Lissoni has extended his 2014 Lochness range with a collection of tables, which can be turned into a desk with the

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Ed Barber on Barber Osgerby’s Knoll Pilot Chair

Why did you call your new chair the Pilot chair? The main reason is that it’s such a lightweight chair and visually it’s a slimline

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