8 Must-Have Products From Milan
Quality furnishings released at Salone del Mobile.
1. Designer: Karim Rashid for T.D.
Standout: Motion-triggered LEDs light up a recessed catchall, ultra-practical for keys and such when this mirror is hung in a foyer.
2. Designer: Paola Navone for Baxter.
Standout: The Interior Design Hall of Fame member’s outdoor tables are made of a resin-bonded composite marble, pretty enough to bring inside.
3. Designer: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Danskina.
Standout: Like a field viewed from above, this rug’s grid of dots, hand-knotted in Tibetan wool and cotton, changes density and height.
4. Designer: Patrick Norguet for Emu Group.
Standout: Polyester cords are interwoven and fastened to an aluminum chair frame in a manner inspired by early hot-air balloons.
5. Designer: Ron Gilad for Molteni & C.
Standout: A single panel of American walnut is folded and glued to create storage units that can stand alone or be stacked, aligned or offset.
6. Designer: Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune for Artifort.
Standout: The modernist architecture of Le Corbusier inspired Claesson Koivisto Rune’s open storage units with shelves in veneer or lacquer.
7. Designer: Patricia Urquiola of Cassina.
Product: Floe Insel.
Standout: Travels through the Greenland Sea gave this Interior Design Hall of Fame member her idea for a sofa like a floating island.
8. Designer: Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere for Gebrüder Thonet Vienna.
Standout: Stained ash bentwood takes a playful, bun-related turn with the plump upholstery of LucidiPevere’s chair.