61th Salone del Mobile.Milano

61th Salone
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The inauguration of the 61th Salone del Mobile.Milano is just a few weeks away, from 18 to 23 April at Fieramilano Rho, the main international event for the furniture design sector.
A renewed layout, a new fair experience, an impactful cultural program, an event that aims at sustainability. These are some of the novelties awaiting this year’s visitors, accompanied by the return of the Euroluce biennial and the 24th SaloneSatellite.

Handbook for events

From 18 to 21 the 61th Salone del Mobile.Milano will be reserved for operators in the sector, while on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April it will also be open to the public.
For the 2023 edition, moving within the exhibitions and quickly reaching the exhibitors will be easier. In fact, in addition to the traditional totems, it will be possible to use the new interactive wayfinding function to create your own personalized visit itinerary. The interactive map will be available in the Salone del Mobile.Milano app

Among the 2023 novelties, the events will be on a single exhibition level, to improve the use and experience of the visitor. The Euroluce biennial will return with a new layout, signed by the Lombardini22 studio, where man will be at the center and no longer the stand.
The cultural program will be hosted in the spaces of Euroluce and will range from architecture to art with exhibitions, talks, workshops and site-specific installations.

61th Salone del Mobile.Milano: the return of Euroluce

In addition to the annual events – the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition, Workplace3.0, S.Project and the SaloneSatellite – the 2023 edition will mark the return of the Euroluce biennial. The 2023 events will see the participation of 1,962 exhibitors, and among these there will be more than 550 talents under 35 and 27 design schools.
Events not to be missed at the 61th Salone del Mobile.Milano https://www.salonemilano.it/it
The cultural programme, concentrated in the spaces of Euroluce, includes four exhibitions and the constellations curated by Beppe Finessi and designed by the Formafantasma studio.
Aurore is the interactive arena designed by Formafantasma in collaboration with House of Lyria which will host events, workshops, talks, also offering immersive experiences.
In the Aurore space, many talks starring Shigeru Ban, Nao Tamura, Kjetil Trædal Thorsen and Marius Myking from Snøhetta and Andrea D’Antrassi from MAD, interviewed by as many international journalists.
The 61st Salone del Mobile.Milano will not miss the bookshop specializing in design, art and illustration, designed by Formafantasma and edited by Corraini Editori.
Finally, a bistro and a fine dining restaurant, designed by Piero Lissoni in accordance with the space concept of the Euroluce biennial.

The SaloneSatellite

Over 550 will be the protagonists of the 24th edition of the event dedicated to the under 35s, which will find a new location within the pavilions of Euroluce (pavilions 13-15).
The theme of the 61th Salone del Mobile.Milano will be “Design Schools – Universities / BUILDING THE (IM)POSSIBLE. Process, Progress, Practice”.
Do not miss the SaloneSatellite Award, now in its 12th edition.
Great and awaited guest will be Gaetano Pesce, invited to tell the main steps of his long career and his interdisciplinary contribution to the world of design.