Collection by Heather Corcoran

What's Next in Design: Highlights from Salone Satellite's Emerging Designers

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The Salone Satellite program is a showcase for emerging design talents under the age of 35— many looking to take prototype to product. Its 19th edition welcomed international designers from Mexico to Mauritius. Among them, here are 10 names you're sure to be talking about soon.

Romanian brand Dare to Rug—founded in late 2015—is focused on reviving the local tradition of rug-making.
Grace Souky's elegant mix-and-match tabletop collection is divided into three categories: surfaces, tools, and...
Zurich-based brand Schönstaub partnered with fellow Swiss designer Daniel Wehrli, whose slick metallic tables reflected...
Studio Lorier presented a range of modular and convertible designs, includnig a coat rack modeled after a tree and a...
Just like we explored in our recent look at the psychology of design, Frédérique Ficheroulle's Mood Cups are meant to...
The Moving Melbourne collective brought designs equally inspired by the exuberance of the Memphis Group and the...
Daphna Laurens considers herself a "form maker," and often begins her designs by riffing on geometry.
Beijing designer Frank Cho brough one of Satellite's most sophisticated collections—a modern take on Art Deco and...
Ale Meacci's colorful shelving system collapses into a flat ring for easy moving—and can be used indoors or out.
One of the section's more experimental offerings came from Japan's 601—a prototype made of wood, colored resin, and a...
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