Salone del Mobile.Milano 2017: 56th edition

Salone del Mobile.Milano 2017: 56th edition

The Salone del Mobile.Milano, the unrivalled showcase for quality and innovation is now up and running. Yet again, the event is proving to be an important resource for Milan, which takes on the role of capital of design and of design culture, due in part to the powerful synergy between the event and its many collateral events.

For the very first time the Salone del Mobile.Milano is opened by the President of the Republic. The events are being held concomitantly until Sunday 9th April at the Fiera Milano exhibition centre in Rho, open to operators every day from 9.30 to 6.30, and to the public on the Saturday and Sunday: Salone Internazionale del Mobile, International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition, Euroluce, Workplace3.0 and SaloneSatellite. 

Now into its 29th edition, Euroluce showcases the very best the lighting market has to offer, from decorative products to illuminotechnical products – used in the industrial, street, theatrical and hospital lighting sectors – as well as lighting and home automation systems, light sources and lighting application software, all with a particular focus on energy saving, environmental sustainability and light pollution. 

Workplace3.0 – now into its 18th edition – is based on an innovative concept built around design and technology for designing workspaces and is an event that responds to the rapid change in the world of work and the latest market demands. The exhibition will showcase the ultimate furnishing solutions for offices, banks, insurance offices, post offices and public spaces; chairs for offices and community spaces, acoustic products, internal partitions and coverings, office furnishing accessories, audio-visual technologies and technical and security systems.

SaloneSatellite, in Pavilions 22 and 24, with free public entry from Cargo 5, is an unmissable event. It brings together a selection of young designers from 5 continents with entrepreneurs, architects, interior designers and the press. The theme of the 20th edition is DESIGN is …?, an open, topical and crucial question.