Product> From Pawson to Libeskind, Quick Picks from Milan Design Week

Product> From Pawson to Libeskind, Quick Picks from Milan Design Week

Color Fall by Casamania. (Courtesy Casamania)

AN editors swept and tweeted through the exhibit halls of the venerable Salone del Mobile last week, as well as the myriad satellite design events, exhibits, and installations that popped up around Milan. Footsore but aesthetically satiated, the AN team has reassembled stateside to share some of the best finds from the fair.

Color Fall

A lacquered, digital print enlivens the interior of the shelves, which are constructed of humble MDF. Designed by Garth Roberts.

9 Tables by Cassina. (Courtesy Cassina)

9 Tables

Marble base in black or white, with tops of aluminum, marble, or painted mirror glass. Designed by Piero Lissoni.

Lotus De Luxe by Cappellini. (Courtesy Cappellini)

Lotus De Luxe

Available with or without castors and/or arms, this chair is suitable for residential and office use. Wooden frame with molded polyurethane cushions covered in fabric or leather. Designed by Jasper Morrison.

Trestle by Viccarbe. (Courtesy Viccarbe)


Solid oak legs are topped by padded or smooth upholstery. Seating modules are 60 inches in length; up to three benches can be seamlessly joined together. Designed by John Pawson.

Slide Towel Shelf by Cristalplant. (Courtesy Cristalplant)

Slide Towel Shelf

A polished aluminum loop slides up or down to both hold and hang bath towels. Designed by Cory Grosser.

Web Bookcase by Daniel Libeskind. (Courtesy Poliform)

Web Bookcase

Fabricated of Dupont Corian, this shelving unit is as much sculpture as it is storage. Designed by Daniel Libeskind.

Uncle Jim by Kartell. (Courtesy Kartell)

Uncle Jim

Demonstrating the current limits of injected polycarbonate fabrication, this single-piece chair comes in four transparent colors. Designed by Philippe Starck.