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First con­ceived as a show­case of Ital­ian de­sign, the lat­est edi­tion of Salone del Mo­bile is still the best place to dis­cover the com­pre­hen­sive body of work by de­sign stal­warts such as Molteni&c, B&B Italia, Gior­getti, Moroso, Po­rada, Po­liform and Minotti, all of who dis­played an in­sa­tiable ap­petite for in­no­va­tion. Gior­getti ex­panded its range to in­clude a new out­door col­lec­tion that de­buted at the fair, while Molteni&c un­veiled its new flag­ship store in Mi­lan, de­signed by cre­ative di­rec­tor Vin­cent Van Duy­sen. Vi­sion­naire and Gior­gio Col­lec­tion took a more tem­pered di­rec­tion to the clas­sic op­u­lence that char­ac­terise their la­bels, while Po­tocco, one of the first Ital­ian brands to par­tic­i­pate in the fair, strength­ened its com­mu­ni­ca­tions as it ex­pands its op­er­a­tions world­wide. For lo­cal store in­for­ma­tion, see the store di­rec­tory

1. Flex­form Arthur side ta­ble and Drop arm­chair 2. Opera Con­tem­po­rary Sophia sofa 3. Opera Con­tem­po­rary Gabriel side ta­ble 4. An­to­nio Cit­te­rio’s Alex ta­ble and Jens chair for B&B Italia 5. The Gior­getti Galet col­lec­tion 1





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