Salone del Mobile

June, 2016


Products that caught our eye at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016.
Created from mixed materials such as marble, metals and resins together with crystal, this gorgeous centerpiece by Atelier Swarovski Home makes full use of new technologies developed by Swarovski´s experts, including crystal printing, a permanent form of laser.

La Francesa by Lievore Altherr Molina is a simple chair with legs made of ebonised European ash or natural ash.

Easel by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba is a very refined table with a minimal top, in Canaletto walnut veneer, suspended on two independent wood structures.

Greeky by Analogia Project is an amphora vase and a large table centre developed in two colour variants-matt white and sand grey.

Ordini by Analogia Project is a collection of a broad vase, a narrow vase, and a table centre cup come in a combination of matt white and cobalt blue enhanced by the warm touch of precious bronze colour mouldings.

The White Snow Luminarie by Analogia Project pays colourful homage to the peculiar and lively aspect of Italian folk culture.

Wow by Philippe Starck and produced by Driade, this sofa system presents two occasional tables made of steel with top in marble or LED lit white glass.

Camouflage by Fredrikson Stallard is a seat and table in laser fretworked aluminium, epoxy painted in white.

Woman in Paris Rosso by Scarlet Splendour Designs is a stunning dressing console in a combination of red and vanilla, with two drawers and three mirrors, two of which can be moved to desired angles.

Portable Atelier by Philippe Nigro is part of a capsule collection of co-branded design objects.

The Kim Thome Candel Holder by Atelier Swarovski Home accessories is created by mixing materials such as marble, metals and resins together with crystal.

Red Square by Giorgio Bonaguro is a collection of transparent hand-blown glass vases with powerful decorative features.

Nendo has designed this adorable smile faced furniture range for Kartell that is ideal for children.

Rapture by Scarlet Splendour Designs is a beautiful chair which will add a sparkle to any interior space.

Bolla by LucidiPevere is a hand-blown glass candle holder conceived as a subtle colourful accent of light.

The Tomas Alonso Centrepiece by Atelier Swarovski Home uses Italian marbles in different colours, cut by the same craftsmen who work with crystal in Wattens.

The Circus by Scarlet Splendour Designs is a gorgeous versatile small round table.

The Five Bulb Floor Lamp by Scarlet Splendour Designs is a brilliant floor lamp in gloss finish.

The Shiek by Scarlet Splendour Designs is an interesting console cabinet.

The Ten Armchair by by Naoto Fukasawa (Driade) is in flexible polyurethane foam with metal insert with feet in solid mahogany wood or ebonised ash wood.

Conceived by the creative and surreal flair of Thukral and Tagra, leading figures on the scene of contemporary Indian art, this wall clock combines figurative elements and digital design.

Cinemascope by Philippe Starck has a wide comfortable seat standing on a stainless steel swivel base with a swinging mechanism.

The Flora by Scarlet Splendour Designs is an interesting industrial looking lamp.

River Round by by Scarlet Splendour Designs is a contemporary rug that brings the Zen gardens of Japan indoors.