The entire global design community has flocked to Milan to showcase innovative new products, immersive installations, and creative collaborations at Salone del Mobile 2017. Check out 15 highlights we spotted on Instagram below.
Artist Jaime Hayon combined 48 Caesarstone colors to create Stone Age Folk, which draws on flora, fauna, and folklore from different cultures.
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Designer Maarten Baas prepares for his installation, titled May I Have Your Attention Please?, which launches his new 101 Chair for Lensvelt Design.
To celebrate his studio's 10th birthday, Lee Broom assembled a modernist take of the fairground carousel that showcases a limited-edition all-white assortment of his creations.
Snarkitecture joined forces with Calico Wallpaper to create the Topographies Collection, which explores the many layers of excavation—stacks of paper were torn by hand, revealing a stepped topography.
New York–based architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro assembled a canopy—made out of 300 pairs of jeans—over the Palazzo Litta courtyard.
Lindsey Adelman's signature glass pendants take center stage inside Nilufar Depot, the namesake gallery's installation designed and curated by Nina Yashar.
Rotterdam-based designer Sabine Marcelis, renowned for her colorful experiments with light, showcases her Voie Lights - the Stone Edition for Bloc Studios.
Interior Design Hall of Fame member Paola Navone revealed a new wallpaper line for NLXL, inspired by the spine of her recently released book.
Interior Design Hall of Fame member Patricia Urquiola shows off a duo of illustrative rugs she designed for Milan-based CC-Tapis.
Paul Cocksedge delved into his London studio's concrete floor to create the inward-sloping base for a new table, part of his EXCAVATION: Evicted series.
Prolific designer Tom Dixon offers a brief tour of the Antique shop inside his Multiplex Galleria, a temporary exhibition space housed in a former 1950's cinema.
Playing with the face of the textile. Drawing inspirations from the ancient African mask, GamFratesi presents MASK, an expressive installation celebrating the colours of our Steelcut Trio and Canvas textiles. Kvadrat Milan showroom Corso Monforte 15 Tuesday – Sunday Photography by Matteo Girola #salonedelmobile2017 #gamfratesi #milan #kvadratsalone2017 #mask #designduo #kvadrattextiles #textiles #giulioridolfo
Copenhagen-based studio GamFratesi created MASK—which incorporates Kvadrat's Steelcut Trio and Canvas textiles—to celebrate the ancient concept of ritual masks.
The New York–based lighting designers offer a glimpse inside their temporary Milan space, which houses a selection of never-before-seen pendants.
Milan-based Nilufar Gallery revealed a birds-eye perspective of their expansive installation.
Fashion brand COS collaborated with London-based Studio Swine—led by Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves—to create New Spring, a tree-like sculpture inside an abandoned cinema that emits mist-filled blossoms.