Salone Milano 2010 was an extraordinary year. Over 300,000 people travelled to the city to witness the international design industry boldly shake off recessionary constraints and launch their new collections.
twentytwentyone returned home thoroughly inspired and intent on recreating the Milan experience in our River Street showroom.
The selection of new and progressive design on display blended the latest work from established design studios with the introduction of lesser-known, emerging designers.
The exhibition included a make-your-own chair by Enzo Mari, the Mangas knitted rug by Patricia Urquiola, the CNC-milled Branca chair by Industrial Facility, a paper task light from Claesson Koivisto Rune and a new sofa family from Jasper Morrison.
The exhibits ranged from prototypes to designs that had newly gone into production.
Designers represented: Naoto Fukasawa, Patricia Urquiola, Thomas Heatherwick, Jasper Morrison, Barber Osgerby, Konstantin Grcic, Enzo Mari, Sam Hech, Tom Dixon, Franz Volhard, Easy Edges, Michael Sodeau, David Chipperfield, Inga Sempe, Tod Brachter, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Michael Young, Marina Bautier, Pearson Lloyd, Constance Guisset.