July 11, 2019

Eight Standout Products from Top Designers at Salone del Mobile 2019

We’ve rounded up the hottest products from top designers at Salone del Mobile during Milan Design Week 2019.

Designer: Piero Lissoni for Kartell

Product: Trix

Standout: The modules forming the Lissoni Associati founder’s iconic convertible chaise longue are bedecked in fabric company Sanderson’s Kew and Chelsea linen-cotton blends and connected via elastic bands.

Designer: Carlo Colombo for Flexform

Product: Sveva

Standout: Devised by the Italian architect as a scaled-up version of his 2018 armchair, the loveseat’s downy cushions upholstered in cowhide lend comfort to the rigid polyurethane shell.

Designer: Michael Anastassiades for Gebrüder Thonet Vienna

Product: N.200

Standout: The lighting master shifts his focus to seating with a woven-cane lounge chair, its swooping beech frame drawing on the com­pany’s 166 years of steam-bending wood.

Designers: George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg for Henge

Product: Puddle

Standout: The Yabu Pushelberg founders and Interior Design Hall of Fame members chose biomorphic curves for their set of three sand­cast brass or bronze coffee tables.

Designer: Raf Simons for Kvadrat

Products: Phlox and Atom

Standout: The Belgian fashion de­signer turned textile talent dressed throw pillows in a scaled-up, cotton-polyester take on that 1970’s staple, corduroy, and a speckled wool-nylon bouclé.

Designer: Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia

Product: Bisel

Standout: Tables by the Interior Design Hall of Fame member and architect in the manufacturer’s glass are rendered multi-chromatic at the edges by laminating 1/5-inch-thin slabs with colored film.

Designer: Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi

Product: Zampa

Standout: For the manufacturer’s 10th anniversary, its frequent collaborator created lightweight high and low ash stools in zippy hues, with a flat-top seat engineered to flex ever so slightly for a soft landing.

Designer: Rodolfo Dordoni of Minotti

Product: Cesar

Standout: Two shapely tables by the company’s artistic director evoke chess pieces yet are crafted of structural poly-urethane lacquered Bordeaux, Moka, or Sage in a scratch-proof matte finish.

> See more from the June 2019 issue of Interior Design

> See our full coverage of Milan Design Week 2019

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