The event where collections and innovations are introduced to the world at once, I Salone Del Mobile Milano, will be held on April 18-23, 2023. The event, which has been held every year since 1961, will focus on home and office furniture in its 60th year. The fair, which brings together industry professionals with investors and designers in Milan, Italy, will be open for 6 days.
Design, Promotion, Production at Salone Del Mobile Milan
I Saloni Salone De Mobile Milano, which is considered the world’s largest trade fair in its field, presented all planned biennial exhibitions in a more comprehensive and full form together for the first time due to the cancellation of its 59th exhibition due to COVID-19. This major event is also a reference point for young designers and big companies looking for new talents. At the fair that opens the way for branding, design, production, and design processes are presented in a single center.
Salone De Mobile Milano Fair is a global benchmark for the furniture and design sector. From sustainable innovations to touchless new world designs, the latest technologies that shape the industry are at the center of the Salone De Mobile Milano Fair’s product groups, which consist of home and office furniture, marble and stone furniture, rocking chairs, kitchen and bathroom furniture, faucet designs, plastic product groups, and lighting. Combining classic with modern technology and nature, the fair is a unique opportunity for architects, engineers, designers, manufacturers, and sellers.
Salone Del Mobile Milano Fair in Numbers Annual visitor count is around 370,000 on average. More than 180 countries participate every year. More than 2,300 global companies have opened stands. In 2018, 434,500 people from 188 different countries visited the fair. The fair uses a net area of 210,000 square meters. More than 5,000 international and local press members come every year. 70% of visitors come from abroad. According to the statistics shared for 2022;
27% of participants presented 2,175 brands from outside Italy. 600 of the participants were young designers. 262,608 visitors from 173 countries showed interest in the fair. 3,500 registered media members were present to follow the fair. 50,000 digital content works were produced on social media, reaching 13.5 million users.