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The Salone del Mobile, held annually in Milan, Italy, is the world's largest furniture fair, spanning 210,000 square meters at the Rho Fiera Milano fairgrounds and featuring over 2,300 design companies. This year's event will be running from April 16th to 21st. Since its inception 62 years ago, the Salone del Mobile has been dubbed Milan’s Design Week, with separate design events taking place at the same time to welcome over 370,000 of the professional visitors that the fair attracts. Here are a few of the unmissable events in town and must see’s at the fair.

Nilufar Depot: At Nilufar Gallery Viale Lancetti, 34:

Known for its eclectic selection of design pieces, from vintage masters to modern contemporary designers, Nina Yasher, the founder of Nilufar has created an institution for design enthusiasts and collectors. The Depot is the bigger of the two locations, showcasing a larger selection of works.

On View at Viale Lancetti:

Time Traveller: the current exhibition, displaying works old and new allowing viewers to explore works that transcend time and traveling time of design.

Andres Reisinger: based between Madrid and Barcelona, see this digital artist and designer’s experiential installation at the atrium of Nilufar’s Viale Lancetti location.

Ranieri: dedicated to introducing contemporary products highlighting the various characteristics of lava stone, they unveil a site-specific installation in the garden

Allegra Hicks: displaying a new collection for Nilufar named ‘Metamorphosis’ the pieces are an ode to tradition with shades of green and bronze, exploring materials and crafts.

Other Artists on View: Analogia Project, Lucia Massari, Objects of Common interest, Filippo Carandini, John Brevard, Martino Gamper, Vikram Goyal, Etereo, Robinson Ferreux, Hechizoo, Rebecca Moses,
Federica Perazzoli, Studio Utte, Jonathan Trayte, Osanna Visconti, Bethan Laura Wood, Lucia Ippolito, Ryuichi Kozeki, MSK, The Great Design Disaster.

Nilufar: Nilufar Gallery Via Spiga, 32:

Nilufars second outpost in Milan is a curated a gallery exhibiting new artists with solo shows.
On View at Via Spiga:

Maarten De Ceulaer ‘Nilufar 25mq’: characterized by his emotionally evocative and playful inspiration, Maarten’s designs inspire wonder. He continuously explores new materials and techniques, blending
functionality with creativity to create surprising objects.

Draga & Aurel ‘Chez Nina’: a studio and workshop for art, design, and furnishings, combining diverse expertise. They’re known for pioneering design upcycling, starting with, but not limited to, vintage furniture reinvention.

Other Artists on View: Joe Armitage, Arthur Du , Gal Gaon, Irene Goldberg, Anna Karlin, Christian Pellizzari, Lola Montes Schnabel, Gupica, Federico Peri.

Buccellati: At Buccellati Milan Via Monte Napoleone, 23:

For over a century, Buccellati jewels have symbolized exceptional beauty and quality, drawing inspiration from Italy’s rich goldsmithing heritage. On View is the new ‘Tahiti Picnic Baskets’ a collaboration with Patricia Urquiola as a part of their line ‘Tahiti’ combining silver and bamboo, these will be revealed at
the new silver boutique at the court of the Palazzo Gavazzi.

Nuova Group: At Nuova Group Via Stampa, 8:

Based out of California, this research and innovation luxury design practice is hosting their first ever Time-Travel Portal through a fully immersive installation at the Milanese Bistrot ‘Via Stampa’ designed to match 1971 Americana.

Kaia Lighting: At Kaia.Lighting Via Santa Marta, 10:

Inspired by Art Deco and Sacred Geometry, a new collection is to be revealed by this British/German lighting company, set amidst an installation collaborated with John Whelan.

Objects Are By: At Objects Are By Secret Location:

This future conscious design brand is exhibiting a new collection by fashion designer Babybrush. This collection will be accompanied by pieces from Objects are By’s inaugural collection, Season 1.

C41: At C41Magazine Via Vincenzo Monti, 21:

Visit ‘Foresteria’ a new space by this creative production company and magazine, dedicated to being a ‘home away from home’ for those visiting Milan, developed with design brands such as Flos, Dedar and NM3.

On View at the Fair:

Alias: At Alias Design [Hall 22] BOOTH C20-C22:

View the continuation of “Something Else,” Alias’ founding ethos with new collections by Daniel Rybakken, Alfredo Häberli, Patrick Norguet.\

Zucchetti: At Zucchetti Kos [Hall 10] Booth D21:

Get inspired by the surprising aesthetic of nature through two new collections, PAN S an evolution of the well-known Pan series, and Sablier, a steel centered collection by Monica Armani.