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Salone del Mobile 2018, Milano

The 57th edition of Salone Del Mobile 2018 has come to an end. The show, both in terms of attendance and in terms of the quality of trade relations, is testament to its power of

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The 57th edition of Salone Del Mobile 2018 has come to an end. The show, both in terms of attendance and in terms of the quality of trade relations, is testament to its power of attraction and its capacity for involvement and excitement, palpable in the exhibition pavilions right from the off.

This edition has shown, yet again, that the Salone del Mobile is not just an exhibition but, especially, that it is a demonstration of how business culture and team work within a sector, along with its creative and productive fabric, can be drivers of excellence.

“We are extremely proud of the success of this event and of the level of professionals who have come to this edition, proving that the Salone del Mobile is a global benchmark. A unique event, in which business and culture become the virtual model for an Italy that functions, where the industrial system and the institutions are working in sync towards a common goal”, said President of the Salone del Mobile Claudio Luti.

A glimpse of  few brands latest collection showcased this year:

Sicis

Sicis takes the art of artistic mosaic to the Palace Museum of the Forbidden City – Beijing. The mosaic has a long history, traced back to 3000 BC. During the Byzantine Empire, the mosaic art reached the phase of greater luster and it still can be admired in the city of Ravenna with its most symbolic monuments, a rich expression of eternal vitality. It is here that Placuzzi decided to build his company where this ancient art becomes a true working reality, realizing mosaic artworks with the artistic technique.

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Hermès

In matters of scenography, Hermès never disappoints. This year’s concept for Milan Design Week—from the mind of Charlotte Macaux Perelman, deputy artistic director of the French luxury brand—was a dazzling color-blocked environment at the Museo della Permanente. To lend a sense of intimacy to a new collection of furniture, tabletop, and textiles, she devised small, cave-like structures within the museum that were clad in 150,000 colorful zellige tiles, imported from Morocco.

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 Snarkitecture & Caesarstone

Caesarstone teamed up with Snarkitecture to take over the romantically forlorn Palazzo dell’Ufficio Elettorale di Porta Romana, never before open to the public during Milan Design Week.

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[Explore and read full feature on Salone del Mobile 2018, with brand novelties in The Tiles Of India upcoming Anniversary issue- May-June 2018]

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