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Italian Design Favorites in Honor of Salone del Mobile 2015

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When it comes to modern design history, it’s impossible to ignore the profound influence that Italy has had on furniture, lighting, and accessories. In honor of this week’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, we’ve picked some of our favorite Italian designs from top brands like Flos, Artemide, and Alessi. View our complete collection of Italian classics here.

Designed by vanguards Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for FLOS, the Aim LED Light reinvigorates the pendant light. Opting to…
Designed by Nendo for Cappellini in 2008, the Bambi Table is a versatile piece that can be used as a desk, kitchen…
Playfully designed for Alessi by renowned Finnish designer Eero Aarnio, the Yellow Duck Timer will add a whimsical…
The Artemide Nesso Table Lamp, designed by Giancarlo Mattioli in 1979, is a table lamp that provides direct or indirect…
Designed by Giulio Cappellini, the Bong is a round coffee or side table that is made of a matte-finished fiberglass.…
A modern take on an old classic, the Goldman Table Lamp is a high-powered desk lamp with a minimal footprint. The lamp…
Designed for Alessi in 2008, Jasper Morrison’s Glass Family includes a goblet, red wine glass, white wine glass, and…
Designed by Patricia Urquiola for Flos, the Tatou Floor Lamp is composed of a steel-painted body and an external…
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