The world’s largest furniture and design showcase – Salone del Mobile – made a return to form earlier this month after two lacklustre years (2020’s was cancelled, while 2021 saw a compromised version staged last September).
Now in its 60th year, Salone del Mobile has grown from a small fair designed to spotlight Italy’s domestic furniture scene to a closely watched global affair that sets the tone for the year’s design trends.
The furniture industry is probably one of the few that gained during the pandemic than others – as people in lockdown turned their attention towards beautifying their home spaces. As such, fashion houses are increasingly expanding their home and lifestyle offerings.
Here, we take a closer look at what the luxury houses showcased at this year’s outing.
Things To Do In Singapore: SGIFF 2022 Kicks Off, A Leica Exhibition Headlined By Iconic Photographer & More