This year’s edition of the popular and powerful design event Salone del Mobile is going to be held in April between the 9th and the 14th during Milan design week and will present more than 2,350 exhibitors in over 205,000 m2 of net exhibition space!
The Salone del Mobile is more than a trade fair, it is a design event where you will find a range of goods that combines quality and technology, shaped by the creativity of the leading sectoral companies.
As the 2019 edition of Salone del Mobile approaches, we give you a list of the top 5 Italian furniture brands you can’t miss if you are an interior design lover!
Molteni furniture incorporates the expertise of a long and sophisticated craft tradition and an innovative technological quality that is practical without being ostentatious. When we talk of Molteni&C we speak of modern made in Italy design.
Visionnaire Home Philosophy
Luxury, style, and quality: these are Visionnaire’s core values, a brand that today more than ever, goes beyond a simple furnishing solution. Visionnaire Home has become known for its unique designs and aristocratic flair throughout the last decade. This illustrious, world-class luxury Italian furniture takes an alternative approach to the idea of interior design.
Having evolved from an artisan business dating back to 1942, the Poliform collections are known for being comfortable to use, elegant in terms of form and its modern design, created with meticulous attention to detail.
Gianfranco Ferré Home
Unique creations, a perfect summary of class, accuracy, and contemporaneity, represent the idea of elegance, able to satisfy that need of comfort, beauty, and sense of freedom that enriches life. This Italian brand has a style that goes beyond interior design trends, where elegance is always the protagonist, in a perfect combination of classic taste and contemporary design.
Longhi is a company whose core focus is contemporary living. The luxury furniture has its manufacturing roots run deep. The values of a clear design philosophy: comfort and functionality first, followed by a design vision that makes each element part of a coordinated system, with an understated, elegant appeal.