Highlights from Salone Del Mobile 2019


The design world descended on Milan last week for the 58th edition of Salone del Mobile. The Bureau team were on the look out for new exciting brands and products and we were not disappointed! Here are our top picks from this year's Milan Design Week!


Office furniture that doesn't look like office furniture! Alki's Lan chair has discreet mechanisms for ergonomic comfort but a warm and appealing aesthetic.


Comfort, warmth and colour to create a 'softer' environment.


Stripped back and natural. Wood and neutral tones with a focus on clean lines and strong design.


Bold, eye-catching, summer colours. The perfect high stools, benches, bistro chairs and tables, for outdoor spaces.


A fusion of Scandinavian and industrial design. Solid wood paired with steel and leather combines hand crafted expertise with innovative design.


Showcasing new designs including '50s America' inspired sofa's and enamelled, steel top tables alongside their well known 'modern classics'.


Outdoor furniture with geometric shapes and a silky touch in bright red, yellow and blue.


High end furniture and lighting with a sleek, Scandinavian aesthetic.


Smooth, geometric lines on the new Oslo chair and Hi-back seating upholstered in warmed up neutral tones.

Normann Copenhagen

Bringing spring colours to their functional yet stylish Scandinavian design.


Stunning, mouth blown glass is combined with brass, oak and walnut to create beautiful pendant lighting for the Tala Design collection.


Decorative and bright with vibrant colours of summer.

Tom Dixon

This year showcasing the stunning collection in the newly launched 'The Manzoni' restaurant. The restaurant opened in time for Milan Design Week and will continue as a permanent restaurant and exhibit.

Salone del Mobile is the must attend show for any designer. A delectable assault on the senses, 2019 showcased world class design across the entire city. Italy is the original home of beautiful luxury furniture & the perfect setting for one of the world’s largest trade fairs