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April 10, 2014
Our editors share snapshots of some of their best finds from their third day at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile. [Update: day one, day two, and day four!]
wooden chiar
Carl Hansen & Søn show how the seat is woven on a Hans Wegner Wishbone chair. 
 
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golran rug
One of Golran's latest rugs for Salone del Mobile. 
 
2 / 8
small table
Jasper Morrison's first pieces for SCP from 1986, reissued for 2014.
 
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memphis post modern exhibition
The Memphis design retrospective exhibition at Corso Magenta.
 
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lights mirrors

A glimpse of the 010-020 exhibition in Ventura Lambrate featuring Mae Engelgeer, Studio WM, and more.

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marble tables
New marble Salute tables by Sebastian Herkner in La Chance's Brera showroom.
 
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hay showroom
We can't get enough of the HAY / Wrong for HAY showroom in Brera.
 
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wooden chiar
Carl Hansen & Søn show how the seat is woven on a Hans Wegner Wishbone chair. 
 

The past and the future come head to head on the third day of Milan Design Week. A retrospective of one of Italy's great design movements, Memphis, draws visitors to Corso Magenta, while the halls of the Salone Satellite are overflowing with undiscovered talent looking to join the ranks of design greats. 

Check out our slideshow to see a few items that caught our editors' attention, and don't forget to follow us on Instagram to get up-to-date news and pictures of what's going on in Milan. 

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