Salone Internazionale del Mobile

Now into its 56th edition, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile – the earliest of the 5 exhibitions under the umbrella of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, is gearing up yet again to be the focus of international attention.


Work in progress for the upcoming edition of the acknowledged international benchmark event for the furnishing and design sectors. A showcase that has always mixed business with culture, shaping the history of design and furnishing yesterday, today and tomorrow. A global platform for truly top-notch products with the emphasis on innovation.

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is split into three sections: Classic, Design and xLux, the latter dedicated to timeless luxury reworked with a contemporary touch, which was launched successfully last time round.

A range of goods that combines quality and technology, shaped by the creativity of the leading sectoral companies, practised at developing their businesses by investing each year in innovative products and home furnishing solutions.

Some 2,000 exhibitors will be showing their wares across a display area exceeding 200,000 m2. These impressive figures, along with the thousands of products being unveiled for the first time, confirm the Salone del Mobile’s enormous value as an international showcase for creativity and a forum for industry professionals, with more than 300,000 visitors expected to attend from over 165 different nations.

The International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and the biennial Euroluce and Workplace3.0 taking place alongside the Salone Internazionale del Mobile offer enormous synergies.

Information and services

DATES AND OPENING HOURS

4-9 April 2017 
9.30 am - 6.30 pm
Open to the general public on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 April
 

VENUE

Milan Fairgrounds, Rho (Milan)
Entrance gates:
Porta Est, Porta Sud, Porta Ovest

HOW TO REACH

PAVILIONS

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-10-12-14-16-18-20

SEE MAP

MORE THAN

1,100

EXHIBITORS (2016)

EXHIBITOR LIST

Exhibited products


Hotel bedrooms
Modern bedrooms
Traditional bedrooms

Bunk beds
Convertible beds
Folding beds
Metal beds
Modern beds
Traditional beds
Upholstered beds

Modern wardrobes
Partition wardrobes
Sliding or fixed partitions for walk-in robes
Sliding or fixed partitions for wardrobe walls
Traditional wardrobes
Walk-in robes

Cardboard bookcases
Metal bookcases
Modern bookcases, wood
Modern living rooms
Modern dining rooms
Modular living rooms
Plastic bookcases
Traditional bookcases, wood
Traditional living rooms
Traditional dining rooms

Modern hall furniture
Traditional hall furniture

Children's bedrooms
Other children's furniture

CD-racks
Cocktail cabinets
Glass furniture
Leather furniture
Marble or stone furniture
Modern furniture
Modern mirrors
Radio and hi-fi cabinets
Shoe cupboards
Traditional furniture
Traditional mirrors
Trolleys, metal and glass
Trolleys, plastic
Trolleys, wood
TV tables

Cardboard chairs and stools
Extension dining tables
Leather chairs
Marble dining tables
Marble living room tables
Metal chairs
Metal and glass dining tables
Metal and glass living room tables
Modern chairs, wood
Modern dining tables
Modern living room tables
Modern rocking-chairs
Modern stools
Plastic chairs
Plastic dining tables
Plastic living room tables
Stacking and nesting living room tables
Stacking or folding chairs
Traditional chairs, wood
Traditional dining tables
Traditional living room tables
Traditional rocking-chairs
Traditional stools

Rush and rattan furniture

Garden furniture
Garden umbrellas

Leisure armchairs
Mattresses
Modern sofas and armchairs
Modern upholstered rocking-chairs
Sofa beds and armchair beds
Traditional sofas and armchairs
Traditional upholstered rocking-chairs

Visit also:
Newspapers, magazines and trade publications, trade associations and organizations


2016 Edition

145,328.50


DISPLAY AREA

1,338


EXHIBITORS

372,151


VISITORS

325,500


OF WHICH OPERATORS