Attending and capturing information from major trade shows can be an overwhelming experience. Our reports provide in-depth coverage of the leading Home & Interiors and Kid’s Lifestyle shows; breaking down the information into clear themes, layered with expert trend analysis. These reports are an essential tool for those who can’t attend, or who don’t want to miss out on the important trends of the season.
The 57th Salone del Mobile 2018 celebrated another successful year in design, with over 2,000 exhibitors – including 650 talented new designers. As Milan continues to expand through surrounding exhibitions, we saw the satellite events at Fuorisalone gain more traction and relevance.
Sustainability was a highlight at Milan Design Week. With the growing concern of waste material on the environment, brands and designers continue to explore new ways of recycling. Some of the main attractions saw Eileen Fisher’s Waste No More exhibition showcasing their new upcycled textile line, Design Works; Shahar Livne’s new composite material, ‘Lithoplast’, made from discarded plastic; and Trashplast, a new material made from 100% waste.
In this report we provide in-depth coverage of the shows and events at this year’s Design Week; revealing over 35 trends for home & interiors products across shape, colour, print and pattern.
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