About the Salone del Mobile.Milano
Salone del Mobile.Milano, internationally known as Milan Furniture Fair is a large-size exhibition considered a reference point for professionals in the design and furniture fair with the aim of creating top-quality products.
The Salone del Mobile.Milano (once known as I Saloni) – internationally known as Milan Furniture Fair – a large-size exhibition located in the spaces of Rho fairgrounds displaying the latest trends in design in all its shapes.
Now on its 60th edition, the Salone del Mobile.Milano fair features different exhibitions-within-the-exhibition. As the 59th edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano was cancelled for the COVID-19 emergency, for the first time ever the 2021 edition features all the Biennial exhibitions all-in-one. These include:
– International Furniture Fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Italian), divided into three different sections: Classic, Design and xLux. At the Classic section, tradition, craftsmanship and the art of making furniture and objects in classical style takes centre stage; at the Design area, innovation and attention to the latest trends become the absolute protagonist while xLux focuses on timeless luxury renterpreted in a modern key.
– International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition (Salone Internazionale del Complemento d’Arredo) boasting more than 2,000 exhibitors from all over the world and featuring all the latest trends in home decor, accessories and textiles. Both the International Furniture Fair and the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition explore many aesthetic “avenues”, featuring quality and well-researched highly-customisable products, created with processes that are sustainable at every stage.
– Euroluce (International Biennial Lighting Exhibition), featuring a focus on adaptive intelligence of light for men’s use
– EuroCucina (International Biennial Kitchen Exhibition) introducing the latest innovation in kitchen furnishing, homeware and cooking devices. The area is developed over an extended exhibitive format that takes in the Salone Internazionale dei Mobile and the S.Project, underscoring the way in which this space is evolving and becoming increasingly incorporated into living rooms. The area is also enhanced by FTK (Technology for the Kitchen) focusing on the future of build-in appliances evolving into efficient, effective and sustainable smart kitchens.
– Workplace 3.0, an innovative display area dedicated to design and new technologies to re-design the different workplaces. Based on the buzzword of vision, evolution and technology, as well ascrosscutting and multisectoral, over 53 companies highlight the swift of workplaces from static to dynamic and ever-changing spaces, enhanced by contaminations from other daily-life activities.
– S.Project, a dedicated b2b platform conceived to strenghten the bond between retailers, designers and makers in the design sector. The theme of this edition is “Designing for our Future Selves/Progettare per il nostro domani”.
– International Bathroom Exhibition boasting the best of bathroom furniture, shower and sauna stalls, taps, jacuzzis and tiles. Now on its 7th edition, the International Bathroom Exhibition focuses on sustainability, reduction of water consumption, and the reduction of indoor pollution.
– SaloneSatellite, dedicated to young, emerging designers under 35 and serves as a launch pad into the world of design.
More than three hundred thousand people, including designers, architects, journalists, collectors and design enthusiasts, from over 160 countries, reach the city of Milan, and more, in particular, this wide exhibition space, to attend the Salone del Mobile.Milano. International visitors are welcomed by the custom of cultural sharing and the spaces, in an ongoing dialogue with the city which grows every year. Over 200,000 sq.m of exhibition space and more than 2,350 exhibitors welcome guests from all over the world in a space devoted to creativity.
The side events, the Fuorisalone
Alongside the Salone del Mobile.Milano as an ongoing tradition, the Design Week programme is also enhanced by a rich selection of side events held in the so-called Design Districts which include exhibitions, special openings, DJ sets, cocktail parties as well as site-specific installations and projects that make up the Fuorisalone event.
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Tickets and Information
Access to the fair is reserved to trade members every day from morning to afternoon.
Salone del Mobile.Milano is open to the wider public on Saturday and Sunday with an entrance ticket.
Find further information on subscriptions and special tickets on the official website
Rho Fiera Milano
M1 (red line) Rho Fiera
Open Daily 9.30am-6.30pm.