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Salone Satellite has been a frontier for new talents since 1998. With Marva Griffin at the helm, it represents young designers from the four corners of the globe, giving them the opportunity to present their work during the Salone del Mobile, not only to the public, but to companies searching for fresh products. Salone Satellite is an incubator for designers, an essential instrument for promotion and a punctual indicator of what is current and up-coming in creativity. The 2016 Salone del Mobile exhibitors from around the globe know that the Satellite is the perfect way introduce their creations to the rest of the world. Some of them include the lamps by Greek Chris Basias, the elegant, metal installation by Brazilian artist Gustavo Martini, having just graduated from Milan’s Istituto Marangoni design, a furnishing collection by the Finnish designers Simo Serpola and Kasper Nyman, and the rigorous wood inlay of the Polish company, Svarog.

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Suola/Salt collection, Kasper Nyman and Simo Serpola, Salone Satellite, 2016. Photo, Annikki Valomieli.
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5050 Mirror containers, Suola/Salt collection, Kasper Nyman, Salone Satellite, 2016. Photo, Annikki Valomieli.
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Join table, 5050 Mirror containers, Suola/Salt collection, Kasper Nyman, Salone Satellite, 2016. Photo, Annikki Valomieli.
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Cut cups, Suola/Salt collection, Simo Serpola, Salone Satellite, 2016. Photo, Annikki Valomieli.
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Obby sofa, Suola/Salt collection, Kasper Nyman, Salone Satellite, 2016. Photo, Annikki Valomieli.
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Wolf carved armchair and Raven lamp component, Joanna Sieradzan, Chief Designer, Svarog furnishings, 2016.
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Raven lamp component, Joanna Sieradzan, Chief Designer, Svarog furnishings, 2016.
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Wolf carved armchair, Joanna Sieradzan, Chief Designer, Svarog furnishings, 2016.
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Claw coffee table, Wolf carved armchair and Raven lamp component, Joanna Sieradzan, Chief Designer, Svarog furnishings, 2016.
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Chess Collection, CT Lights Collection, by Chris Basias, il Salone Satellite, 2016.
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CT Lights Collection, by Chris Basias, il Salone Satellite, 2016.

WHERE: Milano

Salone Satellite has been a frontier for new talents since 1998. With Marva Griffin at the helm, it represents young designers from the four corners of the globe, giving them the opportunity to present their work during the Salone del Mobile, not only to the public, but to companies searching for fresh products. Salone Satellite is an incubator for designers, an essential instrument for promotion and a punctual indicator of what is current and up-coming in creativity. The 2016 Salone del Mobile exhibitors from around the globe know that the Satellite is the perfect way introduce their creations to the rest of the world. Some of them include the lamps by Greek Chris Basias, the elegant, metal installation by Brazilian artist Gustavo Martini, having just graduated from Milan’s Istituto Marangoni design, a furnishing collection by the Finnish designers Simo Serpola and Kasper Nyman, and the rigorous wood inlay of the Polish company, Svarog.

 

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The Moodboarders is a glance into the design world, which, in all of its facets, captures the extraordinary even within the routine. It is a measure of the times. It is an antenna sensitive enough to pick-up on budding trends, emerging talents and neglected aesthetics. Instead of essays, we use brief tales to tune into the rhythm of our world. We travelled for a year without stopping, and seeing as the memory of this journey has not faded, we have chosen to edit a printed copy. We eliminated anything episodic, ephemeral or fading, maintaining a variety of articles that flow, without losing the element of surprise, the events caught taking place, and the creations having just bloomed.