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In The Spotlight Milan Design Week

This year, from 15 to 21 April, Milan’s streets will once again come to life as the world’s most brilliant, most creative and most daring minds converge in the city to showcase the latest in furniture, decor and design.

The largest furniture fair in the world, the yearly event encompasses both Salone del Mobile and a series of exhibitions scattered across different parts of the city. From must-see installations and pop-up events to talks and exhibitions, these are the not-to-miss exhibits in the city this month.

Roche Bobois

Roche Bobois is thrilled to introduce a new partnership with Chinese designer Jiang Qiong Er who will be presenting her new collection “Bamboo Mood” during Milan Design Week.

Roche Bobois Milan showroom unveils an exceptional mise-en-scène and the all-new Bamboo Mood collection designed by artist and designer Jiang Qiong Er for Roche Bobois. Roche Bobois Milan, via Felice Cavallotti, 14. Milano.


Making its debut, OKHA will be showcasing “Sculpted Forms” at two venues in Milan during Design Week. At Valcucine, Corso Garibaldi 99, in a design by ARRCC for the Architectural Scenarios exhibition, OKHA will showcase the sculptural Repose chaise, newly launched Reposer armchair, side tables and counter chairs. At Spotti Milano, Viale Piave 27, OKHA will present its Cut Forms side tables.

Photography Credit: Piergiorgio Sorgetti


The Italian furniture maker will showcase its 2024 novelties by Ron Arad, Patricia Urquiola, Stefan Scholten and more during Milan Design Week. Plus, it will participate in the Diesel Living at Red Takeover and Silver Dome exhibit.

Moroso Flagship Store – Via Pontaccio 8/10
Photo: Leonardo Duggento Photographer


At this year’s show, Duravit will reveal the latest in state-of-the-art bathroom designs, from smart minimalism to aesthetic harmony to an all-time classic reborn.

Poltrona Fra

Poltrona Frau will Introduce “Imagine Versatility”, part of the new 2024 Imagine Collection at this year’s fair. The collection is set to redefine contemporary living with designs that adapt seamlessly to meet the fluid demands of modern lifestyles. This includes Sebastian Herkner’s Nymph table lamp and Stock’n Roll night table.


From staged living ideas and furniture that create a good mood and thus sustainably increase well-being in every way to homeware designed for physical and mental regeneration and positive emotions, including neon-coloured home accessories and sophisticated new surfaces such as glass frozen-in-motion, KARE’s Milan Furniture Fair stand promises plenty of inspiration.


GROHE and Caesarstone

Rediscover Grohe SPA and reimagine Caesarstone from 18-23 April at this year’s Salone del Mobil Milano, where the celebrated makers will launch their ‘collaboration of the elements.’


The company will be presenting its latest collection, the Twenty-Four – inspired by the culture and tradition of Italian middle-class furniture from the 1970s – at its stand and showroom during the fair.



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