Milan Design Week 2024: Trends to Watch

Milan Design Week once again took over the streets of the vibrant Italian city. Design enthusiasts from all across the globe converged to experience one of the busiest and most exciting moments in the creative world. Beyond unveiling the latest product releases at the Salone del Mobile, Milan Design Week showcased a wide range of immersive installations, exhibitions, and events, turning courtyards and historical buildings into hubs of inspiration.

Curious to dive into the highlights? Fear not! We’ve got you covered with a curated list of favorites handpicked by the discerning eye of Cristian Ringoli, Founder of Brand Milano Projects (@malcusa). From sleek furniture to avant-garde installations, let’s delve into the standout trends and revolutionary concepts that emerged from this year’s event.

“Autentica Polarità”

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The mint green color used in Color Block is the backdrop for the scene dominated by the large radica table placed in the center of the room, adorned with the pieces from the exclusive CUBE line designed by @dsignincmilano : a collection entirely made of brushed steel dedicated to the world of “mise en place” which includes trays, fruit bowls, candlesticks, coasters and cutlery rests, all illuminated by Lorenza Bozzoli’s ICONES suspension lamps by @tatoitalia and fabric by @dedarmilano.

“POR | TAN | TE”

The first collection of marble vases by @paolostella with @suonarestella x @fiammettav. A column carved in marble FiammettaV decomposable into 3 independent items to be used freely. The whole collection is online on

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Here’s @alvinwayne’s “Materia” rug, part of the amazing capsule collection “Craft your roots” he created for @malcusa and featured at Milan Design week. Based on Alvyn’s love for natural stone, this one of a kind art rug recreates a unique pattern by mixing different marble tiles, but in rug form. Made of 100% hand knotted, New Zealand wool, Materia is available now and entirely customizable.

“Orbito Chase Lounge” and “Penelope”

The Chaise Longue, created by designer Tinja, has two soft rounded seats and offers a comfortable seat, while the rough and industrial surface of the metal structure creates a striking contrast, reminiscent of a futuristic space. The inspiration is precisely the orbit, as the name of the product recalls. Designed by

Consolle Penelope is a console table that exudes luxury and sophistication. Made from the rare Cipollino marble, each piece is unique and one-of-a-kind and a true treasure for your home. The exquisite natural veining of the marble creates an extraordinary effect that will leave your guests speechless. With a sturdy structure and elegant design, this console table is not only stylish but also functional. Designed by

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“Arco Di Luce”

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This stunning lamp designed by @fmm_d_e_s_i_g_n and inspired by the Etruscan civilization’s ‘Porta all’arco’ in Volterra, seamlessly blends classic elegance with contemporary design. Handcrafted from white alabaster, it stands as a beacon of artistry and craftsmanship.

Wrapping up our journey through Milan Design Week 2024, it’s clear that this year’s event has once again set the bar high for the design industry. From the visionary creations selected by Cristian Ringoli to the overarching themes of innovation, Milan Design Week continues to inspire and lead the way forward. Whether you’re a design professional or an enthusiast, there’s no denying the impact and excitement this event brings to the global design community. Let these trends and ideas spark your creativity and drive for excellence in design.

Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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