除此，米蘭展上特別有一區陳列了薩丁亞島藝術家利用桃木、江藤等材質手工編織籃，Antonio Marras再摻入他慣用的織品布料點綴裝飾，讓素雅藤編家飾用品變時髦。Antonio Marras是極有藝術家性格的設計師，從他專賣店空間布景還有他對時裝秀舞台要求，可見一班，哪天心血來潮推出品牌專屬居家系列，定能引起關注吧。««
»»At this year’s Salon de Mobile, fashion brands are ever omni-present. Well known brands such as Versace, Giorgio Armani, Missoni, and Fendi all have their spinoff furnishing lines. But there are also some interesting collaborations happening between fashion and furnishing brands. Louis Vuitton invited renown designers to collaborate on their Objets Nomades series. This year, also Louis Vuitton collaborator Campana Brothers utilized 3D sculpting techniques for their egg-shaped swing seats and their leather details. Louis Vuitton also added British Raw Edges Studio to their repertoire, with a series of leather covered desks and lighting.
Designer Paula Cademartori hailing from a Brazilian and Italian mixed background, she has a collection of colorful handbags, and has a new shoe collection coming out soon. She has collaborated with Atelier Biagetti this year on a series of mini desk lamps, also featuring her shoes alongside. Italian designer Antonio Marras didn’t dabble in furniture design, but he designed the exhibition space for Segno Italiano’s exhibition “Nest of Spiders”, emphasizing traditional handicraft and local weaving techniques of Italy.««