This is a gorgeous bio-ethanol stove dubbed Planika caught our attention for its monument-like form.
The ARTernative artistic chairbyLuca Gnizio caught our eye for its innovative use of natural materials – and yes that is a small plant growing from the crack of the chair.
In the outside yard we spotted this astonishing marble sculpture made by the Istanbul Mineral Exporters Association.
The ground floor of Superstudio Più showcased many famous brands like Samsung, Canon, Welchome and Cristalplant. Some of these booths featured spectacular eye-catching cinematic exhibitions and 3D projections, like this one by Foscarini.
Ciclotte unveiled a line of futuristic monocycle exercise bikes.
There was also a big open space dedicated to the design simplicity of Swedish brand Inredia and the oriental art of Thailand’s Slow Hand Design, which works with local artisans to produce stunning products.
The Superstudio Più basement showcased Nendo’s still and sparkling stand, which featured ingenious and simple mirrored glass flower domes and glass-blown lamps and tables.
The wooden and glass were designed by Leonardo Talarico & Studio Mist-O.
Edoardo Colzani unveiled a line of luminous LED clothes hangers.
Towards the end of the basement section we spotted these gorgeous colored glass lamps by Noushaz Mahini Tehrani.
Chile-based SiStudio unveiled a fantastic set of folded origami lamps.
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