The Best Milan Design Week Objects For Seating & Lounging.

Well made furniture should be beautiful, comfortable, functional, and easy to care for. But in the world of sustainability the best furniture designs should be all of the above and made from natural fibers by humankind.

Every year we are lucky to find skilled talents shaping the international design scene. The Milan Design Week objects we selected below are for their ergonomic properties, their beautiful slow craftsmanship, their nostalgic elegance & functionality, or for their experimental success.

Take a look at a some of our favorite seating & lounging designs from Milan Design Week’s 2019 Salone del Mobile and FuoriSalone.

Ergonomic

Our selection of ergonomic chair designs with their sinuous shapes, multi-layer structures, and natural and organic textiles provide style and comfort. 

Vintage

The cornerstone of Milan Design Week 2019 is a look back towards handmade craftsmanship, extreme care in combining natural and high-tech materials, and a particular thoughtfulness towards comfort. 


Experimental

Our small experimental chair selection focuses on new materials and design techniques not only for the sake of novelty but to include functional products with a long lifespan.

Crafted

The seating designs below include locally sourced and produced crafted furniture from plant, metal and recyclable wood resources. The designs, inspired by a traditional lifestyle, include several furniture products in solid wood and brass. A great focus is dedicated to material research and experimentation combining upcycled materials and industrial techniques

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