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Milan Design Week Furniture Preview, Part 2


Following our guide to the 2014 Salone Internazionale del Mobile, here are our picks for what to see in town during Milan's Design Week.

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Shower-head and bathtub from the Islands installation by Raw-Edges for Caesarstone.
L'Afrique wallpaper by Studio Job for NLXL.
Salute tables by Sebastian Herkner for La Chance.
Dwell will host a weeklong exhibition of work from the catalog of American designer Stephen Burks.
Exhibition of 200 cathedral-shaped cuckoo clocks by Diamantini & Domeniconi.
"The Construction of a Collection and a Collection of Constructions" series by Nathalie Du Pasquier for Disegno.
Wallpaper by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Engblad & Co. See it at Superstudio, Via Tortona 27.
"Loop Seating with 'Aerial' by Eleanor Pritchard" collection by Shigeo Mashiro.
Small Pillar table and Big Pillar table by Studio Formafantasma with Gallery Libby Sellers.
Aldo Bakker and Louise Campbell collections for Georg Jensen.
"Lake Collection" rugs by Raw Edges for Golran.
Elements series by Scholten & Baijings for J.Hill's Standard.
Canal, Moraine and Gravel textiles by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Kvadrat.
Cheburashka table set by Luca Nichetto.
Costanza and Costanzina lamps in new colors by Paolo Rizzatto with Studiopepe. See them at Luceplan, Via E.T. Moneta 40.
Fiddlehead lamp by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill.
Potomac seating and table collection by Anki Gneib for Horreds.
Net screen by Charlotte Ryberg for Atelier Ryberg.
Indigo Storm creamware collection by Faye Toogood for 1882 Ltd.
Stackle shelving system by THINKK Studio.
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