Milan Design Week: Day Four

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Our editors share the latest from the Salone Internazionale del Mobile. [Update: day one, day two, and day three!]

Day Four of our tour of Milan Design Week includes some familiar faces, like Konstantin Grcic, who has designed a new chair for Artek, as well as such up-and-comers as Vera & Kyte (whom you can read about in our May 2014 issue). 

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Artek's first collaboration with Konstantin Grcic, who designed a flexible home/office chair that references the pressed plywood language of Alvar Aalto.

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Very civilized coffee service at Karimoku New Standard gallery installation in Brera (plus new table by Scholten & Baijings).

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Archetoys, designed by Floris Hovers, at Magis Me Too.

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Marimekko's iconic Unikko pattern celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

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Urbem lighting collection by Jenner Studio at Area Sciesa.

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Trust the Danish to design a minimalist speaker upholstered in Kvadrat fabric.

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A new kitchen system by Nendo for Scavolini.

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The Norwegian duo Vera & Kyte exhibited in this year's Salone Satellite. Check out more of their work in Dwell's May 2014 issue.

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Cutting boards by Nao Tamura for Discipline.

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Tallow candle by Ontwerpduo.