Milan Design Week 2017 Salone del Mobile.Milano: 56th Edition


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Salone del Mobile.Milano 2017: 56th Edition

The Salone del Mobile, dedicated to quality and innovation and boasting a new classic, section format, is now on.

Two events devoted to contemporary lighting and workplace, design feature alongside those celebrating the 20th anniversary of SaloneSatellite,, consolidating the trade fair as the key event for the sector and Milan as the capital of, design.

Yet again, the event is proving to be an important resource for Milan,, which takes on the role of capital of design and of design culture, due in part to the, powerful synergy between the event and its many collateral events.

“Design is a condition, in itself. Milan is its capital” is the Italian campaign statement, “The Salone del Mobile is the pole of attraction for innovation and also has to set an, example by being able to constantly innovate its content and the way it communicates, with the world, keeping the brand’s reputation secure., Only in Milan can designers and planners find a mixture of creativity and the industrial, capacity to interpret and represent it. This is why the annual appointment with the, Salone is paramount for all those seeking inspiration while also showcasing their, creativity”, said Salone del Mobile.Milano President Claudio Luti.

The Salone del Mobile.Milano is online at and on social channels, (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and Flickr), which carry all, the latest information and news about the 2017 edition, along with tasters.

The free Salone del Mobile.Milano 2017 App (available for iPhone, iPad and the leading, Android devices) is a useful tool for negotiating the fair.

Salone del Mobile.Milano, Over 200,000 m2 of net exhibition space and more than 2,000 exhibitors – including, 650 SaloneSatellite designers - 34% of them from other countries.

Salone Internazionale del Mobile and International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition

More than 1,400 exhibitors spread over 150,000 m2, split into 3 style categories

Classic – 283 exhibitors, 6% of them from other countries

Pavilions 2-4, Design – 874 exhibitors, 38% of them from other countries

xLux – 239 exhibitors, 14% of them from other countries – Pavilions 1-3

Euroluce, 485 exhibitors, 48% of them from other countries, spread over more than 39,619 m2

SaloneSatellite, Around 650 designers from different international design schools spread over, approximately 3,000 m2 – Pavilions 22-24