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The Salone del Mobile according to the youngest: the SaloneSatellite under 35

The Salone del Mobile according to the youngest: the SaloneSatellite under 35


The great brands of the furniture industry are joined by the great expectations of the young designers of the SaloneSatellite. Here are the winners at the 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano!

SaloneSatellite 2019 | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com


SaloneSatellite 2019: food becomes design!

As every year, the Salone del Mobile.Milano is the right occasion for every young person who aspires to enter the world of design. The Salone del Mobile is the most prestigious international stage on which to debut; the SaloneSatellite is dedicated to all those young designers who want to get involved by presenting their creative ideas and original solutions.

"Food as a Design Object" is the theme of this edition of the SaloneSatellite with which more than 550 young designers from all over the world had to put themselves to the test. This year's aim of the SaloneSatellite is to make us reflect on the future of nutrition in a perspective of responsibility, imagining how project technology can be combined with ancient craft practices. For this reason, the project "Michetta condivisa" was launched: an evolution of the typical Milanese bread, the michetta becomes a symbol of the intent to establish a connection between apparently distant worlds because, for the occasion, it was made with cereals from the 5 continents: wheat, sorghum, quinoa, rice and corn.


Basmaconcept | SaloneSatellite Moscow 2018 Winner | eurooo.com

Basmaconcept | SaloneSatellite Moscow 2018 Winner


SaloneSatellite Awards 2019: all the winners!

The annual prize of the collateral event of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, the SaloneSatellite, highlighted the work of young designers (under 35) from all over the world. At this year's edition, the awards were given to projects focused on materials recycling processes and their applications.

Below, the awarded designers and their projects with the jury's motivations.


SaloneSatellite 2019 Winners | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

SaloneSatellite 2019 Winners | Salone del Mobile.Milano


1st PRIZE – SaloneSatellite Award

Designer: KULI-KULI, Japan | Project: KOBE LEATHER | Stand D16

This Japanese studio is based in Kobe, famous for its meat. The designers, in collaboration with local tanners, decided to turn cowhide, not traditionally used, into a collection of new products. 

Motivation:  Kobe Leather’s project is commendable because it is based on a process of recuperation, harnessing the material to create a design system applicable to a wide range of product types.


KULI-KULI | Project KOBE LEATHER | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: KULI-KULI, Japan | Project: KOBE LEATHER


2nd PRIZE – SaloneSatellite Award

Designer: STUDIO PHILIPP HAINKE, Germany | Project: HALO | Stand B27

The Halo chair concept was devised to showcase the strength and possibilities of a lightweight material made from hemp and casein, which the designer developed during his “Organico” research project. 

Motivation: The Halo chair is an example of design in its broadest sense, calling for the contemporaneous study of material, form, functionality and production method.


STUDIO PHILIPP HAINKE| Project HALO | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: STUDIO PHILIPP HAINKE, Germany | Project: HALO


3rd PRIZE – SaloneSatellite Award

Designer: BAKU SAKASHITA, Japan | Project: 2.5 DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS | Stand C15

These 2.5-dimensional objects are 3D wire structures that look like 2D black lines drawn on flat paper. The optical illusion derives from the thinness of the wire, which is 0.3 mm in diameter. 

Motivation: The sophisticated artistic abstraction of the 2.5 Dimensional Object project is striking while demonstrating the scope for further different potential in terms of development and application.

 

BAKU SAKASHITA | Project 2.5 DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: BAKU SAKASHITA, Japan | Project: 2.5 DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS


Special Mention, RONG DESIGN LIBRARY – RESIDENCE PROGRAM AWARD

Designer: KOKO, Croatia | Project: KOKO LOKO | Stand A03

Koko Loko is designed for kids and every Loko is a combination of eight elements. Changing the combination varies their functionality and appearance. 

Motivation: The concept for this children’s furniture project is evidence of a desire to revisit traditions that is deserving of further exploration during a residency at the Rong Design Library.


KOKO | Project KOKO LOKO | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com


KOKO | Project KOKO LOKO | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: KOKO, Croatia | Project: KOKO LOKO


Special Mention RONG DESIGN LIBRARY – RESIDENCE PROGRAM AWARD

Designer: STUDIOMIREI, Italy | Project: NEBULA LAMP | Stand B23

These lamps, which resemble interstellar clouds of dust in space, are made of banana fiber. Studiomirei worked on fabric manipulation based on the intrinsic properties of the fabric. 

Motivation: The designer’s approach to the study of materials, which shines clearly through this project, is deserving of the opportunity for further in-depth exploration and comparison offered by a residency at the Rong Design Library.


STUDIOMIREI | Project NEBULA LAMP | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: STUDIOMIREI, Italy | Project: NEBULA LAMP


INTESA SANPAOLO Special prize – 3rd edition Best Project on Food as a Design Object

Designer: MELBOURNE MOVEMENT / KRISTEN WANG, Australia | Project: RE.BEAN COFFEE STOOL

Made from locally collected coffee grounds, the Re.Bean Coffee Stool not only derives a unique smell and tactility from being made from coffee, but it is also 100% biodegradable. 

Motivation: The project responds perfectly to the concept underpinning the SaloneSatellite 2010 theme, Food as a Design Object, bringing experimentation and functionality together.


MELBOURNE MOVEMENT / KRISTEN WANG | Project RE.BEAN COFFEE STOOL | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com


MELBOURNE MOVEMENT / KRISTEN WANG | Project RE.BEAN COFFEE STOOL | Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019 | eurooo.com

Designer: MELBOURNE MOVEMENT / KRISTEN WANG, Australia | Project: RE.BEAN COFFEE STOOL


Eurooo has participated in the Salone del Mobile.Milano for many years. Our commitment has led us to collaborate with the best Italian and international brands. If you want to know more, about Eurooo and the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019, continue to follow us!


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