Last February 8th we went to the press preview of the upcoming edition Salone del Mobile. The location was really fantastic: Dolce & Gabbana headquarter in Milan!

A great event with many guests and lots of news under the claim of campaign slogan “Be the First to see the Latest” to confirm the Salone’s role worldwide.

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Two biennial exhibitions will be running in full synergy with the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Euroluce and Workplace3.0, the latter one dedicated to the workspace, as well as the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and SaloneSatellite.

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 based on 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 is an unmissable event: 650 designers – of whom 30% from outside of Italy. 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.

The 20 years of SaloneSatellite will be celebrated with the SaloneSatellite 20 Year Collection – a special edition of bespoke pieces designed by international designers.

The Salone del Mobile.Milano is online at and social channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and Flickr).

– Over 200,000 m2 of net exhibition space and more than 2,000 exhibitors

– More than 1,300 exhibitors spread over 150,000 m2, split into 3 style categories:

Classic – 272 exhibitors, of whom 7% from outside of Italy

Design – 820 exhibitors, of whom 37% from outside of Italy

xLux – 220 exhibitors, of whom 14% from outside of Italy

454 exhibitors, of whom 49% from outside of Italy, spread over more than 39,000 m2

92 exhibitors, of whom 39% from outside of Italy, spread over 10,000 m2 –

Around 650 designers from different international design schools spread over approximately 3,000 m2