The 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano is less than one month away; we are packing our bags and finalising our schedules – will you be there?
March 13th, 2019
As Salone del Mobile.Milano draws nearer, the team at Indesign Media is busy preparing a very packed schedule of running up and down the showground halls; showroom visits in and around the city; exclusive interviews with the global design industry’s finest; and – of course – exclusive industry parties.
It’s a chaotic week working across two time zones absorbing the latest releases and theories in architecture and design during the day and updating our readers overnight. But there is the air of excitement and possibility in the atmosphere and it’s absolutely infectious.
This year, as it is every second year, is Euroluce: the lighting year. Touted as the benchmark in global lighting exhibitions, Euroluce presents the most innovative solutions in the field of light for interiors and exteriors incorporating design solutions to increasing concerns around sustainability, energy saving and social responsibility.
So, are you exhibiting or attending Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019? If so let us know – we can conquer the mammoth Milan Fair in tandem.
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