With more than 300,000 visitors and 2,100 design brands exhibiting, it’s not hard to see why the Salone del Mobile Milano has a reputation for being the world’s most important furniture fair.
As a platform for powerhouse names and emerging talents to showcase their innovations in interiors across six days each April, it’s certainly not to be missed. While every inch of Milan itself is transformed into a colourful festival of arts and culture with hundreds of design-related events taking place across the city – from hidden palazzo shows to private store soirées.
SCP flew over to Italy this week to present our new upholstery collection, Sofa in Sight along with new furniture designs from Matthew Hilton, Reiko Kaneko, Peter Marigold, Terence Woodgate and a new Tabi textile collection from artist and designer, Hannah Waldron. Donna Wilson will also be launching a Stitch fabric for SCP. The knitted pattern is a new signature for the designer and reminiscent of traditional Northern European folk designs.
The stand to showcase these collections was designed by renowned interior architecture practice, Johnson Naylor, as shown in the pictures below.