Milan Design Week Guide 2024

Salone del Mobil

An inclusive, sustainable catalyst for creativity and forward momentum: the 62nd edition of Salone del Mobile and Milan Design Week. April 15th – 21st.

CLASSICON

Hall 22, Stand G23–G25

ClassiCon epitomizes quality, individuality and a timeless aesthetic. In addition to historical designs by Eileen Gray, Otto Blümel, Eckart Muthesius and Herbert H. Schultes, their catalogue includes contemporary designers like Konstantin Grcic, Sebastian Herkner and Jader Almeida. All furniture is produced by European artisan workshops, and each piece is marked with the company's logo to guarantee quality and authenticity.

GLAS ITALIA

Pavillion 24, Stand A01–A03

Glas Italia was established in 1970 in Macherio in Brianza, the industrious area of Regione Lombardia made famous by the shrewdness of some enlightened entrepreneurs of furnishings, thanks to whom the phenomenon of the "Italian design", well‑known and appreciated throughout the whole world, could develop.

VAN ROSSUM

Hall 22, Stand L25L27

Van Rossum has been crafting furniture in the Netherlands since 1978. Collaborating with notable designers, architects, and creatives, their design is shaped by different narratives. For over 40 years, quality, craftsmanship, materiality, and honesty in design have been the hallmarks of the brand.

OBUMEX

Hall 22, Stand L25L27

Join us for a new inspiring Obumex signature kitchen by Van Rossum x Thomas Haarmann.

PIET BOON

Hall 11 - Stand E20-E22

Studio Piet Boon is an internationally renowned design studio, recognized for its multi-disciplinary design services and its remarkable talent of balancing functionality, aesthetics and individuality into one of a kind design experiences. Shifting boundaries and setting new standards.

LINTELOO

Hall 11 - Stand E20-E22

LINTELOO is a furniture brand that radiates "enjoying the good life" in every possible way with designs characterized by warmth, comfort, and a cosmopolitan flair.

WITTMANN

Hall 9, Stand C02–C04

The Spring 2024 Collection from the Wittmann Workshops features refined, unusual and elegant creations from collaborations with established and new designers as well as a timeless Wittmann re-edition

ZANAT

Hall 24, Stand L02L04

Driven by design and sustainability, Zanat collaborates with designers and architects to reshape modern design. At its foundation lies a UNESCO world heritage woodcarving tradition originating from the Bosnian town of Konjic and a century-old family business renowned in the Balkans for making detailed hand-carved furniture and interior decoration objects.


6:AM

Dropcity: Via Sammartini 38-60, Milano

(Located inside the connected tunnels behind Milan Central Station)

6:AM Glassworks, Milan, founded 2018 by Edoardo Pandolfo & Francesco Palù, merges Murano glass tradition with modern design. They offer innovative glass art, installations, & production services, aiming to redefine high-end design & craftsmanship.

They will be launching a new regenerated glass furniture collection, FLOAT.

April 13 – 21: 11am – 7pm

BIEKE CASTELEYN

Piazza San Marco 8, Milano

Bieke Casteleyn is a designer with a passion for refinement and innovation. She created her eponymous studio shaping objects, defined by one essential concept: the everyday courage to look at things from a different perspective.

Explore the captivating tactile imperfections of Designs Of The Time, delve into Bieke Casteleyn's avant-garde artistic expression, witness Bemelmans Design's groundbreaking mastery, and marvel at Jeroen De Ruddere's signature lighting creations.

April 15 – 20: 10am – 8pm April 21: 10am – 1pm

CEA

Showroom: Via Brera 9, Milano

In the Renaissance setting of Palazzo Banfi located in the heart of the Milan Design District, CEA recounts its dedication to the world of design in an exhibition itinerary that combines the importance of design with the elegance and inalterability of the material that characterizes it, stainless steel, eternal and unalterable. In line with the theme of the Fuorisalone "Materia Natura", CEA wants to explore and highlight sustainability as a guiding principle that unites the process of ideation, design and implementation. There will be novelties with the launch of new original tap collections, strictly in stainless steel to the public at the Fuorisalone.

Monday – Sunday, 10am – 7pm

COLLECTION PARTICULIÈRE

Fondazione Mudima: Via Alessandro Tadino 26, Milano

Launched in France in 2014 by Jérôme Aumont, Collection Particulière is a design production company dedicated to editing collections that revolve around the idea of motion: the stroke of the designer’s pen, the caress of the maker’s hand, and ultimately, the way an object’s owner will use the piece and make it his or her own. Each eye-catching sculptural object from Collection Particulière is an exploration into technically challenging processes and noble materials, such as wood, marble, leather, brass and ceramic. Aumont seeks out collaborations with young and conceptually-driven designers, including Dan Yeffet, Christophe Delcourt, and Margaux Keller.

10am – 7pm

DELCOURT COLLECTION

Fondazione Mudima: Via Alessandro Tadino 26, Milano

Christophe Delcourt is not only a committed and daring designer, he also is an ardent defender of French craft industry. He launched his own furnishing company in the late 90’s and soon stood out with his pieces of furniture combining elegant lines and raw materials. Christophe Delcourt knows that the acquisition of a piece of furniture is “a long term investment, a true companion for life”.

ETEL

Showroom: Via Maroncelli 13, Milano

ETEL's Design Collection reintroduces iconic Brazilian furniture, spanning a century of design. Reviving the modern Brazilian aesthetic, it celebrates skilled craftsmanship and premium materials. Collaborating closely with original creators' families and institutions, ETEL ensures authenticity. The collection features works by renowned architects and artists like Oscar Niemeyer and Sergio Rodrigues, as well as contemporary talents such as Isay Weinfeld and Claudia Moreira Salles, solidifying Brazil's design legacy.

KVADRAT

Showroom: Corso Monforte, 15

Immerse yourself in #coloureffects by Margrethe Odgaard. The captivating installation showcases her latest masterpieces, Re-wool 2 and Azure Outdoor, alongside Giulio Ridolfo's intriguing woollen upholstery textile, Serpentine.

Additionally, you will be among the first to see their new rugs and residential curtains, as well as the Sahco 2024 collection of upholstery textiles and draperies.

Tuesday – Wednesday, 10am – 8pm Thursday, 10am – 6pm Friday, 10am - 8pm Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm

LASVIT

Palazzo Isimbardi, Corso Monforte 35, 20122, Milan

Escape everyday creative pressures, high expectations, and practical issues to find inspiration in Re/Creation – a space that encourages you to let go. Fused glass is just one of the innovative glassmaking techniques Lasvit showcases at Re/Creation. In the serene embrace of Palazzo Isimbardi, they set up a sanctuary for creative escapism, a peaceful retreat amid the hustle and bustle of Milan's Salone week. Re/Creation is designed as a haven where minds are free to wander, inspired by the fluid grace of molten glass, inviting visitors to... do nothing.

April 16 – 20: 10am – 7pm April 21: 10am – 3pm

LOBMEYR

Convento Sant'Angelo: Piazza Sant' Angelo, 2, 20121 Milano

Since the beginning of the 19th century, the glass dynasty Lobmeyr has proved to be one of the most innovative and renowned in the Austrian industry. Rather than limiting himself to the role of glass merchant, its founder Josef Lobmeyr, exclusive supplier to the Imperial court, invested and developed new designs and manufacturing techniques.

Cocktail Event: April 16: 4pm – 8pm

MAN OF PARTS

MOHD Showroom: Via Filippo Turati 3, 20121 Milano

Born of a post-national design sensibility, MAN OF PARTS was created for global nomads who appreciate craft but prefer a modern experience.

MARSOTTO

Spazio Maiocchi: Via Achille Maiocchi, 7

Presenting RATIO, the new modular kitchen designed by David/Nicolas studio, made entirely of stone, with clear-cut and rigorous geometries. The project reflects a continuity of Marsotto’ s corporate tradition. It is not only a functional element, but pivotal to its surroundings: a visual statement celebrating a union of design, craftsmanship and history. Completing the display is a selection of products from the Marsotto edizioni collection, conceived by internationally acclaimed designers.

April 16 – 21: 10:30am – 7:30pm

Cocktail: April 15: 6pm – 10pm

NYMPHENBURG

Showroom: Corso Garibaldi 60, 20121 Milano

Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg has been handcrafting finest porcelain for 260 years. Porcelain services, figures and objects of the greatest quality and purity have been produced at just this one location in the world – the Nördliches Schlossrondell in Nymphenburg – since the 18th century.

April 16 – 18: 10am – 8pm For special appointments please contact event@nymphenburg.com

SALVATORI

Showroom: Via Solferino 11, 20121, Milano

In addition to innovative, elegant products that showcase the theme of Light & Colour, a number of rooms will be transformed into settings that offer a series of immersive experiences in which visitors will discover the power of these two elements to define the look and feel of a space, stimulate the senses and foster interaction.

To minimize waiting time, we recommend you preregister.

April 16 – 22: 10am – 9pm

THONET

Showroom: Via Palermo 1, Milan

Thonet's unparalleled expertise lies in crafting spaces that foster seamless communication. From intimate gatherings to impromptu discussions, whether in the dining room, hospitality venues, or corporate settings, Thonet sets the stage for meaningful interactions. Versatile and timeless, Thonet pieces elevate any environment, whether it's a cozy home, chic office, or trendy café, encouraging connections and facilitating productivity with effortless elegance.

April 15 – 19: 10am – 8pm April 20: 11am – 6pm April 21: 11am – 5pm

TRIBÙ

Tribù Expo: Via Felici Cavallotti 13 Salvioni Terrace: Via Durini 3, Milan

TRIBU elevates the outdoor experience. Exclusive, modern, outdoor furniture: this is the field of distinction of Belgian design house Tribù. In the early nineties, Tribù was a pioneer of the philosophy that the terrace and garden should be seen as extensions of the house. Strengthened by its years of experience, this family-run design house has grown to become an internationally acclaimed brand. Luxury outdoor furniture from Tribù is now distributed in more than 60 countries and belongs to the best in the industry.

Join them for an exclusive collection 25 preview and exciting design experiences, in attendance of their family and renowned designers.

Events Opening Event April 15: 8pm – 10pm Cocktail Party April 16: 8pm – 12pm Cocktails for Architects and Designers April 18: 8pm – 10pm

April 15: 10am – 7pm April 16 – 17: 10am – 9pm April 18: 10am – 7pm April 19 – 20: 10am – 9pm April 21: 10am – 4pm

USM

Rossignoli Bikes: Corso Garibaldi 71, Brera, Milano

At this year's Milan Design Week, the Swiss design icon USM is exploring its own DNA – the modular furniture system USM Haller, with its fascinating history and constant changeability. What began almost 60 years ago continues to inspire today. Architecture became USM – the modular icon by Fritz Haller and Paul Schärer.

April 15 – 21: 10am – 7:30pm

Design

Man of Parts

MAN OF PARTS unveiled new designs at 3daysofdesign in Copenhagen. With each piece evolving from a conversation with its designer and artisans, the new introductions draw inspiration from travel memories.