My four video highlights from the Salone del Mobile 2015 in Milan. I do quite plan my Milan stay during the Salone del Mobile (salonemilano.it) since there is so much to see. This year, I added an extra day wanting to have some more time to explore the FuoriSalone (fuorisalone.it/2015/) area. There are several districts all over the city which showcase the most interesting designers and smaller labels, and the buzz is just utterly inspiring. It has become that well visited, larger companies start to move over and already display their proposals at the Off-Salone. It's just not possible to capture all highlights in a few pictures so we filmed what I consider were my personal highlights spotted during these days. 1// MARNI The first video was filmed at the showroom of Italian fashion label Marni's ( www.marni.com) featuring the Mercado de Paloquemao, inspired by the homonymous market of Bogotá, Colombia where the main protagonists are the bold colors of the exotic fruits. This edition offers uniques pieces released in several colors where fruits become sculptures in metal and pvc, which may turn into containers or decorative items for centerpieces. The set-up of the installation invites to conviviality, to be lived around a large table, enriched by the shapes of exotic fuits and all set with tinplates hand decorated with Marni's archive motifs, handwoven chairs and stools. The limited edition was made in Colombia, involving a group of women who have found their independence and emancipation through their work. MARNI @Milan Design Week 2015 from Bureau of Stories on Vimeo. 2// STUDIO DIMORE I found out through Instagram that my favorite designer duo Studio Dimore (dimorestudio.eu) had opened their showroom to the public these days. I have featured them several times on my blog Electic Trends (eclectictrends.com) and truly admire their work. Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran are the masters when it comes to unexpected color combinations! Celebrating their 10th anniversary exhibiting for this year's event, they came up with the stunning Palmador2015 collection of 6 furniture pieces and a fabrics line called Tessuti. The Palmador2015 collection embraces the mirror Book, screen Totem, the stunning desk Sheet, the huge lacquered wood table Big One and the colored glass tables Esa and Penta you will see in the video when walking through their apartment with the camera in hand. Tessuti is a collection of sixteen textile designs ranging from geometric to organic pattern and linen to silk quality. Studio Dimore @Milan Design Week 2015 from Bureau of Stories on Vimeo. In the next post I will show you two more videos. Both will take place in wonderful historical sites. I hope you stop by!