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February 8, 2013
The second day at Salone del Mobile was no less exciting than the first. Here are some snapshots and images of today's best finds.
Landmarks lamps by Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.

Landmarks lamps by Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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InOut tub by Benedini Associati for agape.

InOut tub by Benedini Associati for agape.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Big Bug by Paola Navone for Poliform.

Big Bug by Paola Navone for Poliform.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Rock hanging lamp for Diesel. One of the lighting designs from the new Successful Living from Diesel collection with Foscarini.

Rock hanging lamp for Diesel. One of the lighting designs from the new Successful Living from Diesel collection with Foscarini.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Bolle tables by for Living Divani. There were a cluster of deep pink and purple Bolle tables on the Living Divani showroom (black and white striped) floor which looked great.

Bolle tables by for Living Divani. There were a cluster of deep pink and purple Bolle tables on the Living Divani showroom (black and white striped) floor which looked great.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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M’Afrique chairs by Stephen Burks for Moroso.

M’Afrique chairs by Stephen Burks for Moroso.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Abacus Living system by Giuseppe Bavuso for Rimadesio. Shelving and storage system.

Abacus Living system by Giuseppe Bavuso for Rimadesio. Shelving and storage system.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Le Soliel light by Vicente Garcia Jimenez for Foscarini. Jimenez also masterminded the kaleidoscopic installation for the company at Superstudio.

Le Soliel light by Vicente Garcia Jimenez for Foscarini. Jimenez also masterminded the kaleidoscopic installation for the company at Superstudio.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Masters chair (prototype) by Philippe Starck for Kartell. Can you spot the silhouettes of the Eames, Saarinen and Jacobsen classics?

Masters chair (prototype) by Philippe Starck for Kartell. Can you spot the silhouettes of the Eames, Saarinen and Jacobsen classics?

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Caravaggio lamps by Cecilie Manz for Light Years. These come in a hanging variety as well.

Caravaggio lamps by Cecilie Manz for Light Years. These come in a hanging variety as well.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Mangas rug by Patricia Urquiola for Gandia Blasco. Huge patchwork wool weaving, loads of texture, this series is offered in eight different varieties that vary in shape and color. Beautiful.

Mangas rug by Patricia Urquiola for Gandia Blasco. Huge patchwork wool weaving, loads of texture, this series is offered in eight different varieties that vary in shape and color. Beautiful.

Originally appeared in Milan Furniture Fair 2009 Day 2
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Landmarks lamps by Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.

Landmarks lamps by Sylvain Willenz for Established & Sons.

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