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Gizmag has put together a special gallery of some of the best of the best from this year's SaloneSateliite during the Milan Design Week
Gizmag has put together a special gallery of some of the best of the best from this year's SaloneSateliite during the Milan Design Week
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Belgium is Design flat-packed furniture made with thin weaved wooden material
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Belgium is Design flat-packed furniture made with thin weaved wooden material
Fine details of the Belgium is Design flat-packed furniture
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Fine details of the Belgium is Design flat-packed furniture
2016 designs by young designer Frank Chou
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2016 designs by young designer Frank Chou
Cubic armchair by young designer Frank Chou
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Cubic armchair by young designer Frank Chou
Original cosy furniture by young designer Frank Chou
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Original cosy furniture by young designer Frank Chou
Mounted wall lamp by Ryota Yokozeki
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Mounted wall lamp by Ryota Yokozeki
Stunning lamp merges industrial design with art and nature by Ryota Yokozeki
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Stunning lamp merges industrial design with art and nature by Ryota Yokozeki
Creative honeycomb lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
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Creative honeycomb lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
Close up of the Awa lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
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Close up of the Awa lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
This Awa lamp is filled with soap by Void Setup, Tokyo
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This Awa lamp is filled with soap by Void Setup, Tokyo
The internal soap bubbles create a dramatic light bulb by Void Setup, Tokyo
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The internal soap bubbles create a dramatic light bulb by Void Setup, Tokyo
Soap filled Awa lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
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Soap filled Awa lamp by Void Setup, Tokyo
Selection of designs by Burofamos Philippkafer
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Selection of designs by Burofamos Philippkafer
Hand-carved wooden containers by Burofamos Philippkafer
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Hand-carved wooden containers by Burofamos Philippkafer
Kitchen elements by Burofamos Philippkafer
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Kitchen elements by Burofamos Philippkafer
Creative clock design by Burofamos Philippkafer
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Creative clock design by Burofamos Philippkafer
You can set your own timer by changing the color of the clock (by Burofamos Philippkafer)
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You can set your own timer by changing the color of the clock (by Burofamos Philippkafer)
Creative clock design by Burofamos Philippkafer
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Creative clock design by Burofamos Philippkafer
Unique oversized armchair by Kvadrat
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Unique oversized armchair by Kvadrat
Adjustable furniture designs by Studio Lorier
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Adjustable furniture designs by Studio Lorier
The height of the chair changes with a simple movement by Studio Lorier
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The height of the chair changes with a simple movement by Studio Lorier
Beautiful hand-crafted designs by Studio Lorier
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Beautiful hand-crafted designs by Studio Lorier
The coffee table can change shape for more room or different angles
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The coffee table can change shape for more room or different angles
Sophisticated adjustable furniture designs by Studio Lorier
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Sophisticated adjustable furniture designs by Studio Lorier
Industrial designs by Studio Lotte Douwes
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Industrial designs by Studio Lotte Douwes
Industrial designs by Studio Lotte Douwes
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Industrial designs by Studio Lotte Douwes
ChrisBasias presented his creative CT Lights collection, showcasing acollection of LED lamps that merge art with industrial design
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ChrisBasias presented his creative CT Lights collection, showcasing acollection of LED lamps that merge art with industrial design
"Intube" designs by Achodoso
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"Intube" designs by Achodoso
Round lounge suite with marble and glass tables by Ini
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Round lounge suite with marble and glass tables by Ini
80s-inspired furniture by Daphna Laurens
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80s-inspired furniture by Daphna Laurens
Mixture of natural materials such a wood and glass combined together by Daphna Laurens
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Mixture of natural materials such a wood and glass combined together by Daphna Laurens
Adjustable wooden lamps by Animoro
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Adjustable wooden lamps by Animoro
The light bulb is held into place by three spings
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The light bulb is held into place by three spings
Adjustable wooden lamps by Animoro
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Adjustable wooden lamps by Animoro
Hand-crafted sleek wooden chairs by Kosmos Project
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Hand-crafted sleek wooden chairs by Kosmos Project
Hand-crafted sleek wooden chairs by Kosmos Project
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Hand-crafted sleek wooden chairs by Kosmos Project
Team of designers from Halle, Berlin
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Team of designers from Halle, Berlin
Gorgeous hanging light feature from Halle, Berlin
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Gorgeous hanging light feature from Halle, Berlin
Brushed metal designs from Halle, Berlin
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Brushed metal designs from Halle, Berlin
Stunning home decorations from Halle, Berlin
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Stunning home decorations from Halle, Berlin
Balancing bowel by Halle, Berlin
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Balancing bowel by Halle, Berlin
Fondue series by Satsuki Ohata
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Fondue series by Satsuki Ohata
Fondue lamp is inspired by the classic lava lamp by Satsuki Ohata
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Fondue lamp is inspired by the classic lava lamp by Satsuki Ohata
Fondue lamp increases its light output via the moving central light bulb
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Fondue lamp increases its light output via the moving central light bulb
Fondue lamp features a moving central light bulb by Satsuki Ohata
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Fondue lamp features a moving central light bulb by Satsuki Ohata
Fondue lamp increases its light output via the moving central light bulb
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Fondue lamp increases its light output via the moving central light bulb
Nature inspired designs by Alessandra Meacci
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Nature inspired designs by Alessandra Meacci
Creative wall bookshelves by Alessandra Meacci
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Creative wall bookshelves by Alessandra Meacci
Colorful circular green gardens by Alessandra Meacci
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Colorful circular green gardens by Alessandra Meacci
The vertical units can be used indoors or outdoors
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The vertical units can be used indoors or outdoors
Colorful circular green gardens by Alessandra Meacci
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Colorful circular green gardens by Alessandra Meacci
Alessandra Meacci with her collection during the SaloneSatellite 2016
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Alessandra Meacci with her collection during the SaloneSatellite 2016
Modern take on traditional Japanese elements by Umu DEsign, Japan
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Modern take on traditional Japanese elements by Umu DEsign, Japan
Modern and streamline radio, clocks and furnishings by Osloform
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Modern and streamline radio, clocks and furnishings by Osloform
Sound system by Osloform
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Sound system by Osloform
Stunning speaker and amp for smart devices by Osloform
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Stunning speaker and amp for smart devices by Osloform
Cute indoor planters by Vakodesign
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Cute indoor planters by Vakodesign
Unique designs by Vera & Kyte
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Unique designs by Vera & Kyte
Original card holder by Shinya Yoshida
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Original card holder by Shinya Yoshida
Gorgeous test-tube vases by Shinya Yoshida
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Gorgeous test-tube vases by Shinya Yoshida
Bringing nature indoors by Bright Potato
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Bringing nature indoors by Bright Potato
Decorative designs by Domaas, Hogh
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Decorative designs by Domaas, Hogh
Futuristic chandelier by Scottie Huang from Kinetic
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Futuristic chandelier by Scottie Huang from Kinetic
Fine details of Scottie Huang's futuristic chandelier
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Fine details of Scottie Huang's futuristic chandelier
The light fixture is made with a series of metal loops by Scottie Huang
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The light fixture is made with a series of metal loops by Scottie Huang
Light-bulb table by Scottie Huang
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Light-bulb table by Scottie Huang
Scottie Huang with his light-bulb table
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Scottie Huang with his light-bulb table
Fine craftmenship from Melbourne Movement
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Fine craftmenship from Melbourne Movement
SaloneSatellie 2016 showcasingthe work of 650 emerging young designers under the age of 35
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SaloneSatellie 2016 showcasingthe work of 650 emerging young designers under the age of 35
SaloneSatellie 2016 was filled with designs made from innovative materials
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SaloneSatellie 2016 was filled with designs made from innovative materials
SaloneSatellie 2016 designs paid homage to classical materials, such as wood, plastic, glass, metal, fabric and marble
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SaloneSatellie 2016 designs paid homage to classical materials, such as wood, plastic, glass, metal, fabric and marble
Gorgeous bookshelf featured in this year's SaloneSatellie
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Gorgeous bookshelf featured in this year's SaloneSatellie
SaloneSatellie 2016 was filled with designs made from innovative materials
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SaloneSatellie 2016 was filled with designs made from innovative materials
OrlaReynolds presented her unique and playful “As If From Nowhere”collection
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OrlaReynolds presented her unique and playful “As If From Nowhere”collection
AsIf From Nowhere” collection, which is ideal for small spaces andtiny living
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AsIf From Nowhere” collection, which is ideal for small spaces andtiny living
The modularbookshelf hides and stores within it's frame two tables andfour chairs
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The modularbookshelf hides and stores within it's frame two tables andfour chairs
Thehidden additional furniture pieces can be pulled out with ease andare instantly ready for use
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Thehidden additional furniture pieces can be pulled out with ease andare instantly ready for use
Reynolds' designs are all inspired by live theatre, which can transform a space in a matter of seconds
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Reynolds' designs are all inspired by live theatre, which can transform a space in a matter of seconds
Asmaller unit once again features a larger table and five stools
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Asmaller unit once again features a larger table and five stools
This model could be great for the kids play area orfor families living in small spaces
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This model could be great for the kids play area orfor families living in small spaces
“As If From Nowhere” collection by Orla Reynolds
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“As If From Nowhere” collection by Orla Reynolds
“As If From Nowhere” collection by Orla Reynolds
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“As If From Nowhere” collection by Orla Reynolds
Bike seat cushions from Saudi Design Week
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Bike seat cushions from Saudi Design Week
Bike seat cushions from Saudi Design Week
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Bike seat cushions from Saudi Design Week
Newspaper shelving from Saudi Design Week
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Newspaper shelving from Saudi Design Week
Traditional furniture design merges with 3D printing by Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art
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Traditional furniture design merges with 3D printing by Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art
Traditional furniture design merges with 3D printing by Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art
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Traditional furniture design merges with 3D printing by Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art
Bike accessories by Centro Universitario Belas Artes, Sao Paulo
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Bike accessories by Centro Universitario Belas Artes, Sao Paulo
Metalic designs from Seoul National University
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Metalic designs from Seoul National University
PLAY series by Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle in Germany
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PLAY series by Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle in Germany
Eightstudents from the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle showcased their unique collection of children's furniture
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Eightstudents from the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle showcased their unique collection of children's furniture
Madeprimarily of wooden materials the collection features a bed, shelf,table, chair and lamps, all created in an imaginative manner
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Madeprimarily of wooden materials the collection features a bed, shelf,table, chair and lamps, all created in an imaginative manner
Modular furniture by Polytechnic University of Valencia
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Modular furniture by Polytechnic University of Valencia
Tool-free and screw-free designs by students from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
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Tool-free and screw-free designs by students from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
Creative shelving from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
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Creative shelving from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
Indoor plant lamp from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
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Indoor plant lamp from the Polytechnic University of Valencia
Soft fabric furniture by Muka Design Lab
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Soft fabric furniture by Muka Design Lab
Stone inspired furnishings by Viichendesign Hnh Living
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Stone inspired furnishings by Viichendesign Hnh Living
Stone inspired furnishings by Viichendesign Hnh Living
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Stone inspired furnishings by Viichendesign Hnh Living
Cardboard lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
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Cardboard lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
Details from the cardboard lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
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Details from the cardboard lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
3D-printed lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
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3D-printed lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
3D-printed lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
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3D-printed lamp by Woodie Vlaire Id
Cardboard and glass desk by Woodie Vlaire Id
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Cardboard and glass desk by Woodie Vlaire Id
Foldis storage containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
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Foldis storage containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
Foldis storage containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
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Foldis storage containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
Collection of plastic foldable containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
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Collection of plastic foldable containers by Alexey Donka, from Latvia
Wooden carved desk with live plants by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
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Wooden carved desk with live plants by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
Gorgeous wooden carved desk by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
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Gorgeous wooden carved desk by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
Details of this gorgeous wooden desk by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
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Details of this gorgeous wooden desk by Ekaterina Lyubimova, Russia
Gizmag has put together a special gallery of some of the best of the best from this year's SaloneSateliite during the Milan Design Week
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Gizmag has put together a special gallery of some of the best of the best from this year's SaloneSateliite during the Milan Design Week
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Running alongside the Salone Internazionale del Mobile (aka Milan Design Week 2016), the SaloneSatellite has celebrated its 19th edition. This special event showcased innovative projects from young designers from around the world, with a special emphasis on new materials. Showcasing the work of 650 emerging young designers under the age of 35, this year's event was filled with designs made from innovative materials that paid homage to classical materials, such as wood, plastic, glass, metal, fabric and marble.

Needlessto say, a few of these young and promising designers caught ourattention during this year event and we've put together a specialgallery of some of the best of the best.

Athens-based ChrisBasias presented his creative CT Lights collection, showcasing acollection of LED lamps that merge art with industrial design. Hisstand-out "Roua" series is a collection of hanging andstand-alone lamps made in the form of chess pieces.

ChrisBasias presented his creative CT Lights collection, showcasing acollection of LED lamps that merge art with industrial design
ChrisBasias presented his creative CT Lights collection, showcasing acollection of LED lamps that merge art with industrial design

This jovial light collection is all handmade and each lamp features a rosette plug system, allowing each piece to be used in a variety of situations, such as directly on the floor, resting on table or desk or hanging from the ceiling or wall.

"I don't make anything, unless it is both necessary and useful," says Basias. "And if it is, I don't hesitate to make it beautiful."

OrlaReynolds presented her unique and playful "As If From Nowhere"collection, which is ideal for small spaces and tiny living.Reynolds' designs are all inspired by live theater and her piecesthus reflect the idea of simple and quick scene changes, which cantransform a space in a matter of seconds.

The collection features amodular bookshelf which hides and stores within its frame two tablesand four chairs. The hidden additional furniture pieces can be pulledout with ease and are instantly ready for use, without the need for folding or assembly.

OrlaReynolds presented her unique and playful “As If From Nowhere”collection
OrlaReynolds presented her unique and playful “As If From Nowhere”collection

A smaller unit once again features a larger table and five stools. The stools can be used for seating, a small coffee table or even as a bedside table. This model could be great for the kids play area or for families living in small spaces.

"It is a dual function product," says Reynolds. "It is intended for small living spaces or for those who wish to cater to the unexpected guests."

The As If From Nowhere series is available for purchase online and delivered fully assembled with prices starting from €700 (US$805).

YoungItalian designer Alessandra Meacci presenteda series of nature-inspired bookcases, vases, decorative wall itemsand planters. The colorful series of circular vertical displaypieces can be utilizedas shelving or to create beautifulgreen walls or vertical gardens. The individual designs can be usedto liven up or separate interiors spaces of the home or office andthey can also be used outdoors.

Nature inspired designs by Alessandra Meacci
Nature inspired designs by Alessandra Meacci

"Vertical gardens, vegetable walls and green roofs are the themes that have always fascinated me," says Meacci. "I consider them an excellent resource in the design and use of space, both from an aesthetic point of view and from a practical standpoint. The use of green as an architectural element, the division of a space with a plant wall, creating an indoor garden in an office or in an apartment, give the home a softness and a warmth not available in any other way."

Eightstudents from the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle in Germanyshowcased their unique collection of children's furniture titled"PLAY." The students were asked to come up with designs that could inspirechildren's imagination for play time. Madeprimarily of wooden materials the collection features a bed, shelf,table, chair and lamps, all created in an imaginative manner.

PLAY series by Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle in Germany
PLAY series by Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and DesignHalle in Germany

The "Heartbeat Table" by Scottie Huang is an exciting installation that showcases a light bulb table that transforms an individual's heartbeat into light. The concept creates an alternative way to experience a kinetic input with an everyday object. The table utilizes bio-sensors that read the user's heartbeat signal, which then lights up the bulbs, representing a unique lighting rhythm.

Scottie Huang with his light-bulb table
Scottie Huang with his light-bulb table

"Heartbeat Table is an installation that embodies the emotion from private personal heartbeat into lighting rhythms," says Huang. "Creating an alternative way to visualize bio-information."

For a look at other designs that were on display duringthis year's SaloneSatellite, be sure to check out the complete photo gallery.

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