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What to see at Milan Design Week 2015

Luxury brands are adored by their followers. Status and style can be considered the keywords in the luxury world. After Maison&Objet, in Paris and Singapore, and BaselWorld – the most luxurious design event in the world’s design calendar – Best Design Event team is arriving at Milan for this years edition of the prestigious ISaloni.

The 54th edition of the iSaloni 2015 fair  (14th to 19th April) is at the Rho Milan Fairgrounds. Quality and innovation, will happen side to side with some major events, such as Milan Design Week 2015 which is one of the big design events in the world.

More than 2,000 exhibitors from over 160 countries are expected in this year edition, and all visitors will have the possibility of enjoying the 200,000 m2 exhibition space and thousands of products making their market debut. iSaloni will open its doors to operators everyday from 9.30am to 6.30pm, and will also open to the general public on the Saturday and Sunday.

iSaloni 2015 fair, split into three style categories: Classic, Modern and Design, The International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and SaloneSatellite will be flanked by the biennial Euroluce / International Lighting Exhibition in Pavilions 9-11 and 13-15 and Workplace3.0/SaloneUfficio dedicated to the workspace, in Pavilions dedicated to the workspace, in Pavilions 22- 24.

Euroluce, the exhibition devoted to excellence in the lighting world will showcase the very latest in outdoor, indoor, industrial, event/s very latest how, special use and hospital lighting solutions, lighting systems, light sources and illumination technology software and consulting.

There are a lot more events to attend. So it is whitout many doubts that we say: Milan is the city to visit in April!

What to see at Milan Design Week 2015

What to see at Milan Design Week 2015

What to see at Milan Design Week 2015

What to see at Milan Design Week 2015

What to see at Milan Design Week 2015


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