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blog Eliane
3 of May of 2024

Milan 2024: insights from the most important design fair in the world

3 min reading | admineliane
Milan 2024: insights from the most important design fair in the world

This time of year, architects and designers from all over the world keep their eyes wide open to what happens at ISaloni, event best known in Brazil as Milan fair. In its 62nd edition, the fair itself, There are dozens of huge pavilions to be explored.



But what really delights those who go to Milan, in Italy, It's Fuorisalone, series of exhibitions and installations opened in the Italian city's neighborhoods related to Architecture and Design. The impact on colors is undeniable, shapes, ideas and compositions, that blow trends into the ears of those who work in Architecture.


Materials in new cycles



In this year, among the most popular exhibitions, the use of waste materials was greater than ever – the Hana-Arashi collection, by Nendo and Paola Lenti is proof of this. It was one of the most visited and highlighted by professionals who visited the exhibition. Remains of synthetic threads make up lamps, armchairs and poufs for outdoor areas.

In other exhibitions, broken glass, of porcelain and various leftovers took on new positions in refined looks. It is design in search of a more refined aesthetic for reuse, in order to increase the value of recycling.


Glasses in multiple interpretations



"Undoubtedly, what is everywhere with different applications are glasses. Transparent, colorful, hammered, ribbed, on dining tables, center and sides, lamps, It’s everywhere”, says architect Beatriz Quinelato. For her, the material will gain a lot of space in the near future.

Monumental portals of 4.8 m of glass led to an interesting contrast in Palazzo Isimbardi, at the Lasvit installation that materialized this trend. This was one of the most popular spots at Fuorisalone, designed by art director Maxim Vencovsky, and showed that glass is the material of the moment.


It's time to be brave with colors


After all, they come with everything. “Colors in furniture, home appliances, dishes, years, there are colors in everything. It’s time to think about bringing color inside and outside your home.”, points out the architect Letícia Nanetti.



In the installation Making Sense of Color, created by Google, an immersive journey through color sensations leads us to ask about tastes, smells and textures of shades. Proof that the reading that our senses make of the world involves our perception of the nuances that each element has.


Marsala: the tone of the time



"In general lines, the furniture reinterprets old furniture, bringing comfort and more sober tones. The Darkest Terracotta Palette, with marsala and mustard, comes with everything. Stainless steel is the material of the moment, and it doesn’t just appear in kitchens”, points out the architect Fernanda Rubatino.


Comfort to face crises



Among the predictions for the coming years, are the crises and uncertainties arising from the expectation of war. be in rooms, architect Marina Salomão highlights curved shapes, who come to give comfort. “What I loved most were the colors and shapes I saw in Milan. Many earthy tones and from there, the color goes into a pastel tone. The idea is to return to our essence, in the comfort. On furniture, the rounded, embracing the environment, caught my attention”, account.


Free coatings



Many art installations touch on the theme of coverings, but it was French designer India Mahdavi who came out on top this time.

Created eight 3D staircases wrapped in tiles for newly launched Japanese brand Alternative Artefacts Danto. In creative colors and layouts, caught attention.

Impressions that already make it clear that the coming times will be one of comfort, welcoming and rethinking our actions at home and in the world.

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