My, oh my Milan

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My, oh my Milan

 

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Hammered anodised aluminium shades by Sigve Knutson for Dutch Invertuals.

Hammered anodised aluminium shades by Sigve Knutson for Dutch Invertuals.

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Catch Rock table light by Lindsey Adelman.

Catch Rock table light by Lindsey Adelman.

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These rooms by Dimor Studio bring together elements of Art Deco, 1950s’ automobiles, and a brave colour palette that is derived from the swinging ‘70s.

These rooms by Dimor Studio bring together elements of Art Deco, 1950s’ automobiles, and a brave colour palette that is derived from the swinging ‘70s.

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Yoruba Rose lamp made from pleated Japanese paper by Ingo Maurer.

Yoruba Rose lamp made from pleated Japanese paper by Ingo Maurer.

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Really installation by Max Lamb for Kvadrat.

Really installation by Max Lamb for Kvadrat.

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Kryptal table lamp by Ctrlzak for JCP Universe.

Kryptal table lamp by Ctrlzak for JCP Universe.

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Metal-stitched Armour armchair by Färg & Blanche.

Metal-stitched Armour armchair by Färg & Blanche.

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Acoustic tapestry by Nicolette Brunklaus.

Acoustic tapestry by Nicolette Brunklaus.

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Karumi stool and bench by Álvaro Siza for Hermès.

Karumi stool and bench by Álvaro Siza for Hermès.

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Balke hook lamp by Sammode.

Balke hook lamp by Sammode.

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Mixed-media glass pieces by Pia Wüstenberg for Utopia & Utility.

Mixed-media glass pieces by Pia Wüstenberg for Utopia & Utility.

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Blow chaise longue by Emanuele Magini for Gufram.

Blow chaise longue by Emanuele Magini for Gufram.

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Cassina 9.0 by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina.

Cassina 9.0 by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina.

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Miscredenza by Patricia Urquiola and Federico Pepe for Editions Milan.

Miscredenza by Patricia Urquiola and Federico Pepe for Editions Milan.

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Polar Bear by Ania Kanicka, part of the Polish Design: <em>Tomorrow is Today</em> exhibition.

Polar Bear by Ania Kanicka, part of the Polish Design: Tomorrow is Today exhibition.

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Wonderwood marquetry bowl by Richard Yasmine.

Wonderwood marquetry bowl by Richard Yasmine.

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Quindici chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mattiazzi.

Quindici chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mattiazzi.

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Foam Me Table and Chair 2017 by Manon Portera & Cécile-Diama Samb for NOV Gallery.

Foam Me Table and Chair 2017 by Manon Portera & Cécile-Diama Samb for NOV Gallery.

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Primates collection of ceramic vases by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa.

Primates collection of ceramic vases by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa.

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Ombré Glass Chair by Studio Germans Ermics.

Ombré Glass Chair by Studio Germans Ermics.

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Upcycled textile bench by Max Lamb for Really.

Upcycled textile bench by Max Lamb for Really.

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Totem coffee table, handmade in Italy from lacquered white clay. By Karen Chekerdjian.

Totem coffee table, handmade in Italy from lacquered white clay. By Karen Chekerdjian.

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Prefabricated primitive object by Bram Vanderbeke for Dutch Invertuals.

Prefabricated primitive object by Bram Vanderbeke for Dutch Invertuals.

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La Solferino leather chair by Eligo.

La Solferino leather chair by Eligo.

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Tangent floor lamp prototype 
by Thomas Jenkins and Sverre Uhnger.

Tangent floor lamp prototype by Thomas Jenkins and Sverre Uhnger.

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TuttoSesto, a collection of coffee tables in travertine and blue by Davide G. Aquini.

TuttoSesto, a collection of coffee tables in travertine and blue by Davide G. Aquini.

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Polifemo cabinet by Elena Salmistraro for De Castelli.

Polifemo cabinet by Elena Salmistraro for De Castelli.

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Mile by Guillaume Sasseville for Lambert & Fils.

Mile by Guillaume Sasseville for Lambert & Fils.

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The Island: Swing with brass structure, part of God project by Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari, curated by Maria Cristina Didero.

The Island: Swing with brass structure, part of God project by Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari, curated by Maria Cristina Didero.

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Setareh table lamp by Francesco Librizzi for FontanaArte.

Setareh table lamp by Francesco Librizzi for FontanaArte.

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Some of the highlights from the Milan Furniture Fair included a myriad of pieces with lofty eco-friendly aspirations. Some others, such as these Normanno lamps above by VI+M Studio for Purho, plainly reminded us of marbles doing the hula.

Scroll through the slideshow to see the Urbis selection of some of the most alluring objects from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.

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