Strips Sofa by Cini Boeri for Arflex. Niloo by Khodi Feiz for Artifort. This chair represents synergy of practicality and comfort. What’s not to love? Palladio by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Artifort. Minimal tables featuring clever use of colour. Couture collection by Färg & Blanche for BD Barcelona, made with WoodTailoring technique, invented by the designers, involving the use of sewing machines directly over timber. Crazy talk!Left: Professor and Student Desk by Poul Kjærholm, designed for the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1955. Right: Cala Outdoor Armchair by Doshi Levien for Kettal. e15’s KERMAN modular sofa designed for a variety of applications, sitting on top of IZA Kilim in simple and strong graphic pattern in contrasting colours. Next lighting collection by Gervasoni. MIX&MATCH collection of serving trays with multiple uses by ceramic artist Flavia Del Pra for GAN. Furia rocking horse by Front for Gebruder Thonet Vienna. Prism by Tokujin Yoshioka for Glass Italia. The partition is made of faceted high transparency mirror glass. The random curves refract the light and the effect transforms any space into a mirage. Nesting table collection by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec by Tokujin Yoshioka for Glass Italia. Platium table from Gollotti & Radicea. Smokin’! Olmo seat by Imperfettolab. Ummm… WOW!Left: H Horse by Nendo for Kartell’s newly launched kids furniture collection. Right: Dream’Air chair by Eugeni Quitllet for Kartell.Classics reinvented – Diamond Chair by Harry Bertoia and Platner Chair by Warren Platner from Knoll, now available in a smoking hot gold finish. Yum! Kristalia’s Hole Table with a base made from softly moulded sheet metal. Armchair from the ridiculously elegant Agra lounging collection by Living Divani. ‘Happy Endings’ by Jerszy Seymour for Magis – a collection of lightweight high stools and tables made from welded aluminium sections with a hand splatter-painted finish. Tronco chair by Sam Hecht for Mattiazzi. Yes, just yes! Super cool Tube collection by Eugeni Quitllet for Mobles 114.Desk game was particularly strong at Molteni this year. Left: Ink by Jasper Morrison. Right: Secretello by Michele De Lucchi. Belt sofa by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso.Left: Mings heart chair by Shi-Chieh Lu for Poltrona Frau. Right: Console from Ren Collection by Neri&Hu for Poltrona Frau – a really interesting collection of hybrid objects in timber, brass & leather.Left: France Chair from OneCollection by Finn Juhl. Right: Theca cabinet by Marcel Wonders for Poliform. Left: Tortuga armchair by Nadadora for Sancal. A serious beauty – Votteler Armchair designed in 1956 by Arno Votteler, released this year by Walter Knoll. Available in high & low back version, and especially beautiful when upholstered in a stunning new textile collection from Walter Knoll with a brilliant metallic yarn accent called “Anni” – a tribute to Bauhaus and fabric artist Anni Albers.Left: Niobe coffee table from Zanotta. Right: Ivo Stool by Frank Rettenbacher for Zanotta. Another personal favourite – Deadline mirror collection by Ron Gilad for Cassina. Gilad is a true genius of our time.Left: Utrecht Collectors Edition upholstered in Boxblocks textile by Bertjan Pot. Right: Props by Konstantin Grcic for Cassina – collection of five furniture sculptures conceived to be freely interpreted by the user, made from laser-cut and folded thin metal sheet. Ply Rug collection by Margrethe Odgaard for Muuto, inspired by traditional Scandinavian craft. Lattice by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for nanimarquina. On the back of our report featuring Video Highlights and Best Stands at Salone Del Mobile.Milano 2016, today’s post looks at some of the hottest new furniture released at the world’s most important furniture fair. I’m taking chairs, sofas, desks, tables, beds, rugs, and occasional bibs and bobs – we’ve got it all covered in this mega roundup featuring the cream of the crop.Some of the biggest news this year revolved around the ‘Art Director’ – Patricia Urquiola stepped into her role of being the head creative for the revered Italian mega-brand Cassina. Another Italian giant, Molteni&C, announced the appointment of Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen as the brand’s new creative director. Kartell expanded their significant offering by releasing a debut collection of kids furniture, with a number of other brands releasing pieces that seem to be a prelude to following in Kartell’s footsteps. The strong theme of dipping into the archives and re-issuing the furniture classics continued from the recent years for many of the brands, although this year felt like the most positive and optimistic edition in the recent times with strong and abundant new collections by many of the major players.So without further ado, above and below (in the image gallery) are some of the most notable new releases and re-releases from Salone del Mobile.Milano 2016. It’s a seriously epic roundup (when is it ever not?), so I hope you can stay with me without hyperventilating or passing out. Don’t say I didn’t warn you, k? Related Posts: Highlights from Milan Design Week 2016. Video Highlights & Best Stands at Salone Del Mobile.Milano 2016.