Moments You Shouldn’t Have Missed at Salone del Mobile 2017

This is definitely the best Salone del Mobile 2017 had to offer when it comes to home furnishing

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The 56th edition of Salone del Mobile has unfortunately come to an end yesterday, gathering around 343.602 attendees from 165 countries and more than 2000 exhibitors in a single space to celebrate the best of design. For 6 days, the city of Milan was an attracting pole and an international benchmark  for the interior design industry where visitors could get immediate access to the home furnishing system and see the sector’s trends get shaped  by the world’s top professionals.

“Enormous numbers of visitors, not necessarily with links to design, have made their way to Milan to experience the thrill of this Salone and of the city itself. Thanks to the collaboration of all the institutions working in the city, Milan has been even more beautiful and welcoming than ever. Milan alone can lay claim to the Salone del Mobile and its industrial enterprises with their links to the creative and publishing world and close ties to the city.” – Claudio Luti, Salone President

Salone del Mobile allowed Milan to be the biggest cultural and influential city in Italy. Salone President Claudio Luti, claims that ISaloni 2017 has been an exciting week, full of positivity and enthusiasm from the companies. The creative genius displayed by the architects and designers at the event, allowed numbers of visitors to flee to Milan and check out the latest and the best of design, enabling Milan as a landmark of innovation in Europe.  And next year there will be plenty of more.

Here is what you shouldn’t have missed!

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