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COS Snarkitecture Ribbons, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Nendo Works Soft, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Nendo Works Rain Bottle, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Nendo Works Rain Bottle, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Nendo Works Furniture, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Max Lamb, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Mindcraft 15, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Mindcraft 15, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Mindcraft 15, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Mindcraft 15, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Max Lamb, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Max Lamb, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Max Lamb, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Hyundai Helio Curve, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Hyundai Helio Curve, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Apparatus Lighting, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

COS Snarkitecture Ribbons, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

COS Snarkitecture Ribbons, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

COS Snarkitecture Ribbons, Milan Design Week

Hyundai Helio Curve, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Apparatus Lighting, Milan Design Week, photo by Christine Davis

Apparatus Lighting, Milan Design Festival, photo by Christine Davis

Story: The Salone del Mobile trade fair took place in Milan last week, showcasing the best of what is new and up-and-coming in the design world. With thousands of pop-up installations across the city, furniture and fashion brands came together to showcase their latest products in some of the city’s most architecturally inspiring locations. Collaboration highlights this year included Bulgari and architect Zaha Hadid’s Serpenti Installation, and Movement by Philippe Malouin for Caserstone, which invited visitors to play on a set of eight swings in the Palazzo Serbelloni.

Some of SUITCASE Magazine’s favourites included Max Lamb’s Exercise in Seating, a showcase of 42 of Lamb’s creations, exploring the evolution of his portfolio over the last ten years and COS + Snarkitecture’s ethereal instalment of over 30,000 strips of fabric, a reflection of the brands Scandi-minimalist aesthetic and love of clean lines.

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