We had the pleasure of returning to Salone del Mobile this year to see exciting new releases from the biggest talents in the design world. Of course, we couldn’t have gone to the famous trade show without popping in to see our collections, InClass, Metalmobil, Montbel and Tonon. It was amazing to see the first-hand reaction to our new and upcoming products and we cannot wait to share our latest news post-Milan.
Introducing River Snake!
The Tonon collection kicked off Milan with ultimate style and it’s latest show-stopper, River Snake (pictured below), by award-winning designer Mac Stopa. The innovate seating system had non-stop attention, thanks to its bold design and lightweight polyurethane structure which makes it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Now live on our website, River Snake is set to share the popularity of Riverside and River Stone, additionally designed by Mac Stopa.
Other favorites from the Tonon collection were a hit with visitors including Move credenzas, Step, Up and Structure chairs. The various models of Step showcased various styles with its integral foam and upholstered version sitting on a variety of wooden or steel legs.
The Metalmobil collection is renowned for its timeless European design and its Salone del Mobile offering was no exception. Released this week to Sandler Seating, Dalton is designed by Giulio Lacchetti and combines natural Ash wood legs with sleek uphosltered seats. The range of chairs was joined by top-selling Uni, Uni-Ka, Flint, To-Kyo chairs and the ‘Red Dot’ winning Myra collection.
InClass additionally debuted Lapse, the minimalist seating system which has been designed with the aim of transforming waiting areas. The product was joined by timeless upholstered Unnia Soft and Arc chairs. The Italian-based Montbel collection also had plenty of news to spead over Salone del Mobile, with the introduction of the upcoming Délice seats, which bring residential-like comfort to commerical spaces.