Gallery: MILAN 2008: Highlights from Salone Day One

 

We had an exciting first day here at the Milan Furniture Fair, there’s been so much to feast our eyes upon! We hit the main Salone buildings today to see how mainstream design is reacting to the growing demand for sustainable design and, although not everything we’ve found is rooted in green, there were definitely some eco-gems. David Trubridge, Tej Chauhan and Andreu World were just a few of the designers at Milan this year who are moving the notion of luxury one step forward with an eye on energy-efficiency and sustainable materials. Read more for highlights from opening day at Salone 2008.

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3 Comments

  1. Andreea Batista August 5, 2014 at 6:04 am

    Hi guys.
    Love your website.
    As I am doing a paper on Ecodesign, I was wondering if I can use some of the photos you have in your articles? (for example the one about the Whirlpool kitchen)
    Thanks

  2. natasha September 1, 2008 at 3:36 am

    HI,MANUFACTURE FURNITURE IN INDIA..COMING TO ITALY IN OCT 2008..REALLY WANT TO KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY GOOD FURNITURE FAIRS THEN??PLEASE PLEASE LET ME KNOW..

  3. Inhabitat » MILAN... April 21, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    […] Both? These cuddly hand knit woolen poufs were one of the first things to catch our eye on opening day of Salone Internazionale del Mobile. Promoting transparency in natural materials and production as […]

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