Salone del Mobile Announces 2020 Exhibits & Programming

Salone del Mobile.Milano has announced their official programming and exhibits for 2020. This year’s event will center around revolutionizing the “beauty” of design through a spotlight on sustainability and ethics from April 21st to 26th at Fiera Milano.

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EuroCucina + FTK – Technology for the Kitchen

EuroCucina will host 84 exhibitors with a brand-new, extended exhibit format – allowing companies to showcase their kitchen concepts throughout the pavilions and within S.Project. With 40 exhibitors, FTK – Technology for the Kitchen will highlight the rise of the smart kitchen, increased connectivity, and energy-saving appliances.

International Bathroom Exhibition

Bringing together 179 exhibitors, the International Bathroom Exhibition will reflect the bathroom’s metamorphosis into a more technological, efficient and sustainable space.


In its 23rd year, 600 young designers will participate in this year’s SaloneSatellite, with a theme of DESIGNING FOR OUR FUTURE SELVES. This year will invite designers to reflect on inclusive design that promotes autonomy, comfort, user-friendliness, interaction, and safety for all.

S.Project + Workplace 3.0

Following its debut and resounding success in 2019, S.Project will focus on the concepts of vision, evolution and technology. With a diverse perspective and a fluid, multi-sectoral format, S.Project is set to reflect the latest market & societal demands. Workplace 3.0 will also explore the latest market demands with designs that feature enhanced customization and impressive sustainability features.

The Magic Box

A testament to the 10 integral values of Salone set out in the Manifesto, the Magic Box is a monumental audio-visual installation that will be staged at Palazzo Reale’s Sala delle Cariatidi from April 21 – May 3. Collaborating with 10 leading Italian filmmakers, each filmmaker has directed a thought-provoking short film that represents one of the 10 values from the Manifesto.

A “visionary dictionary of Italian creativity”, guests will enter a 20 foot high “camera obscura” that morphs from an elegant art gallery into an immersive cinema. Aiming to awaken a sense of wonder, the Magic Box celebrates Milan through the language of film.

Filmmakers include: Francesca Archibugi, Pappi Corsicato, Stefano Mordini, Wilma Labate, Bruno Bozzetto, Luca Lucini, Claudio Giovannesi, Gianni Canova, Donato Carrisi and Daniele Ciprì.