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Salone del Mobile 2023: creativity and design

From 18 to 23 April, on the occasion of the Milan Design Week, at the Salone del Mobile new furnishings have been proposed to respond to the increasingly complex needs of users and to promote individual and collective well-being. Naturally La Mercanti was there to catch all the news in the sector of office furniture and contract furniture.

As always, the Salone del Mobile is a meeting place, where new opportunities arise in the world of design and projects; at the same time it is a laboratory of creativity, experimentation and contamination of styles and ideas that concern the whole world. It is a place available and open to discussion, to bring out innovation and propose contents of cultural and professional value. Like every year, visitors were able to see the new trends for the furniture and furnishing sector with the use of recent technologies. When technology changes lifestyles, furniture adapts to this change: the home space becomes an office and the work space becomes as warm and welcoming as the home.

The materials most used to produce the furnishings are certainly wood and metal.
Natural and sustainable, wood is now an undisputed protagonist and is confirmed as the most loved material by almost all brands. We tend to keep it as natural as possible by treating it with transparent or opaque finishes so as to leave its veins visible. Simple and minimal lines are often chosen by playing on not too accentuated curvatures that highlight the craftsmanship of the products.
Technology and design merge in the furnishings in which metal is used, forged into slender but very solid shapes to create useful, intelligent and particular solutions.

There were many brands at the Salone Del Mobile 2023. Among these there was Caimi Brevetti proposing furnishings in which the technology of its sound-absorbing fabrics, from this year in ECONYL, recycled nylon fiber, blends with everyday objects, creating hybrid furnishings. The novelties by Caimi Brevetti can be summed up in Lucrezio, a sound-absorbing table designed by Caimi Lab and Integral, a sound-absorbing panel that engages a LED light source to enrich the possibilities of use.
In the LaPalma collections, many novelties are full of imagination to create aesthetically and qualitatively satisfying environments, designed to encourage work, relaxation or conviviality. Here is the completely renovated space of Lapalma for Architects, once again proposing itself as a place of inspiration, creativity and dialogue for architects and interior designers. LaPalma has proposed 10 environments inspired by contemporary places where flexible and sustainable collections emerge that convey contents such as sustainability, well-being and inclusion.

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