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Salone del Mobile 2023: The Unmissables

Salone del Mobile 2023: The Unmissables


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From April 18 to 23, we see the return of the Milan Furniture Fair, which brings back everything related to design, sustainability (now a reigning and undisputed topic), and the relationships we maintain with objects. Here are the events and collaborations to keep an eye on, according to Spaghettimag.

Salone del Mobile 2023: gli imperdibili

Arthur Arbesser at the Salone del Mobile with Radici and at the Fuorisalone with Gubi.
Radici presents at the fair in Rho, from April 18 to 23, a series of new designs for textile flooring signed by important names in the world of design and creativity. In this regard, designer Arthur Arbesser has created two new prints, “Tartan Doodles” and “Sponge.” In its overlapping layers, Tartan Doodles reinterprets the famous Scottish pattern, creating a play of transparencies that reveals the irregular pattern underneath, reminiscent of doodles. The vibrancy of the design is further highlighted by the choice of predominant shades: red and blue, which, in their contrast, create a chromatic richness that results in a great expressive force. A deep pink background further accentuates the pattern’s depth. In Sponge, Arthur Arbesser reinterprets the minimal tradition that characterizes the black and white trend. Starting from a very geometric pattern reminiscent of chess, Arthur Arbesser creates a graphic that replicates the sponged effect, thus acquiring organicity and dynamism. In addition, from April 18 to 22, in the Bagni Misteriosi of Milan, Gubi celebrates the first decade of the “Beetle Chair,” a chair created in 2015 by the Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi, which has become a true design classic.

The exhibition “Ten: Beyond the Beetle,” conceived with curator and design critic Marco Sammicheli, brought together 10 creative minds from around the world, offering them complete freedom to express themselves on the Beetle, embracing multiple disciplines, from sculpture and ceramics to installation and illustration, and even light and sound design.