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Things Not to Miss at Milan Design Week 2016

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Whether heading to Milan for the annual celebration of design or catching updates from afar, you'll want to keep track of these products, designers, and installations.

The international design community will descend on Milan next week for the 55th edition of Salone del Mobile. Between the Rho fairgrounds and the offsite showcases, there are too many exciting design events to count. As we prepare for our journey to the fair, we've rounded up a selection of the many product launches and exhibitions that we'll be tracking. For live updates from Milan, keep tabs on our Instagram account, @dwellmagazine, where we'll be sharing the best furniture, lighting, textiles, and more from leading and emerging designers alike. Stay tuned!

SCP will showcase six sofas by six designers, including the Pasha sofa by Konstantin Grcic.
Japanese designer Akira Minagawa unveils three new textiles for Kvadrat.
Artek expands its Kaari collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, with two new compact side tables and a wall shelf...
David Rockwell debuts his Valet collection for Stellar Works, featuring a range of furniture with buttery leather...
At Ventura Lambrate, catch "Structure," an exhibition dedicated to Norwegian craft and design.
New York–based studio APPARATUS unveils two new lighting collections as well as a marble furniture line at its Milan...
Nanimarquina will display the Lattice collection by the Bouroullec brothers, as well as a collection by Neri & Hu. See...
Last Stool Splatter is a design by Max Lamb that's formed from a single metal sheet.
Lasvit will unveil the Tac/Tile collection by André Fu, inspired by traditional Chinese roofs.
The new Naive Slimtech line by Patrick Norguet for Lea Ceramiche is made up of ultra-thin laminated porcelain covered...
Lee Broom will show his new Optical lighting collection in a mobile installation—installed in the back of a truck.
MINDCRAFT16 is a celebration of the latest Danish design.
Friedman Benda and nendo will display "50 Manga Chairs," an exhibition that features a large group of polished aluminum...
Yabu Pushelberg partners with Stellar Works for the James collection, a selection that includes a bar cart, chaise,...
London-based design studio PINCH shows four new products in an old Milanese shoe shop, including the Nim coffee table...
Alessandro Dell’Acqua of N°21 designed a new macramé shade for Kartell's Tatì lamp by Ferruccio Laviani.
Diesel Living and Foscarini will show the curved Smash suspension and wall lamps.
Luca Nichetto designed the Phoenix chair for Offecct, part of a new line dedicated to sustainability.
Désirée will show a new modular sofa by Marc Sadler that takes cues from Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye.
Arper expands its Parentesit line, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, to include freestanding room dividers.
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