15 May 2023

The latest from the major brands presented at the Salone del Mobile 2023

The Salone del Mobile is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year for design lovers. At this major international event, the best brands present their new products and trends, showing the world their latest creations.

This year's Salone del Mobile has once again offered visitors a multitude of ideas and inspiration for furnishing the home and office, with truly brilliant results.

In this article, we will focus on the novelties of the best brands presented at the Salone del Mobile 2023, discovering together the most interesting trends and the most innovative trend-setting ideas. Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of furniture and design, let yourself be inspired by the latest fashions, let's discover together the novelties that have been driving design lovers all over the world crazy.

Airnova: comfort and design

Airnova is a brand that combines the efficiency of industrial production processes with the art and craftsmanship of its artisans, creating unique and exclusively designed products that meet the highest international quality standards.

At this year's Salone del Mobile, softness was the watchword. The lines presented were sinuous and curvaceous, moving away from the traditional concept of modernity, often flanked by the idea of rigid and square.

The new collection presented at the Salone del Mobile 2023 focused on the living area, with comfortable and design furniture elements. The skilled hand of Maurizio Manzoni, designed unique pieces, such as the Tetrix sofas and the One and Sakura lines of armchairs, with a slight retro flavour.

All the new Cattelan Italia products at Salone del Mobile 2023

Cattelan Italia presented the new 2023 collection, focusing on details and slow-design philosophy. The brand invites visitors to take their time to explore and understand the value of each piece of furniture, savouring every detail to the full.

Cattelan encourages us to choose the objects that surround us with care, paying attention to their provenance, quality and impact on the environment and on our daily lives.

The new 2023 collection is full of furnishing elements. The list is really long and interesting, so we invite you to get to know it on their official website. The collection includes sculptural tables and accessories, enriched with combinations of metallic and natural finishes. The seats are comfortable and enveloping, upholstered with leather in tones inspired by nature, such as red earth and raw stone.

New in the Cattelan Italia collection were the SCOTT table with its hand-brushed brass base, which contrasts with the precious tops for a striking industrial effect, the new BORGHINI CALACATTA ceramics with their vibrant tones and the Argile line with its sustainable design, as well as the new original seats such as MIRANDA with an elliptical hole in the backrest and RACHEL with soft-edged seat cushions. For the living room, the VARENNE console in moulded wood and the ARENA KERAMIK BOND coffee table customisable with marble-effect ceramics were highly appreciated by visitors.

Finally, we invite you to consider the OHAY lamp in decorated glass, a tribute to the art of Venetian glass and 100% Made in Italy.

Kristalia: contemporaneity and sustainability

Kristalia brought to the Salone del Mobile a project that combines form and communication in a surprising way. After careful analysis and subtraction, the communication campaign was renamed "reality is much more interesting", a strong statement that embodies the company's unique approach to the world of design. Concreteness, originality and commitment are the cornerstones of the brand.

The furniture has become art in a rational and measured space that perfectly expresses the character of Kristalia products: Personal Spaces by MD House. This volumetric layout is inspired by architect Craig Ellwood's Case Study House number 16, built in the 1950s in Bel Air. Arts&Architecture magazine funded this programme to respond to the demand for low-cost, easily reproducible modern homes.

Among the new additions is the Elephantino chair, with its soft lines and perfect example of recycling for comfort. The polypropylene seat is 100% recycled, responding to the new demands of sustainability and giving new life to objects we no longer use. It has four legs, fixed, tilting, on castors and with a wooden base, to adapt perfectly to any environment, even outdoors.

The Bottega table, inspired by Japanese professional studios, is also a perfect match for this chair. The ash wood brings solidity and elegance, timeless beauty and unrivalled functionality.

Artisan craftsmanship by Poliform

Poliform, one of the most renowned furniture brands, presented its new proposals for the living room, the result of a collaboration with Flaviano Capriotti, Emmanuel Gallina and Jean-Marie Massaud. The main objective? Relaxation and conviviality in the home, where the aim is to create a welcoming and elegant atmosphere without sacrificing functionality.

Poliform devised an exciting itinerary to narrate the timeless elegance of its collections: the stand was based on the Architectural system, which changed materiality according to the space, linking the different ambiences and creating a unique and exciting atmosphere.

Emmanuel Gallina's Monolith collection was one of the most interesting novelties: the designer reinterpreted the archaic lines of the dolmen with precious materials such as black elm and travertine marble, creating a monolith with an imposing and monumental appearance.

But also the Sunday collection of upholstered furniture by Flaviano Capriotti, the evolution of the Westside seating system by Jean-Marie Massaud and the new elements of the Code system. The result is a global vision of contemporary living, combining functionality, elegance and conviviality in a single design solution.

Japan at Salone del Mobile 2023 with Bonaldo

The last major brand to surprise us at Salone del Mobile 2023 was Bonaldo, with new products inspired by the oriental world.

Among them, Kasumi, the coffee table with essential lines and design inspired by Japanese culture, with its particular stepped and sinuous structure, and Padiglioni, the table with dynamic and unpredictable shapes, inspired by the iconic Barcelona pavilion designed by Mies van der Rohe.

And we cannot fail to mention the Youpi chair, with its light but decisive appearance and a backrest silhouette reminiscent of a stylised human figure. Youpi is available with different base and upholstery options to suit every style and comfort need. All these novelties represent the best of Italian craftsmanship and international design, for a unique and exclusive home furnishing experience.

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