Milan Design Week: Milan Furniture Fair 2023

With the Milan Design Week 2023 fast approaching, designers, architects and other design enthusiasts have started flocking around the beautiful city of Milan, Italy. The biggest design event of the year is predicted to be bigger and flashier than ever before. It has also created an enormous buzz across the globe. The event will host multiple expos, and the international furniture fair (Salone del Mobile) remains to be the main focus of the massive event. So, if you haven’t packed your bags for the event yet, here is everything you need to know about the upcoming week-long design event.

History of Milan Furniture Fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano)

The exhibition showcasing the latest and the greatest in furniture and design from countries across the globe was first held way back in 1961, with a focus on Italian furniture. Even the sponsors originally associated with the event were manufacturers from the Federelegno-Arredo trade association. But as the event blew up in popularity, the event welcomed thousands of companies to showcase their best work under one event.

When is Milan Design Week 2023

The much-awaited week-long Milan Design Week is usually held in the month of April each year and it’s the same this year as well. The exhibition kicks off on 18th April and will last till 23rd April of this year.

Milan Design Week (Salone del Mobile) Admission & Tickets

While the event will last for an entire week, most of the week is reserved for organisations to show off their products to each other. The event will be open to the general public on the 22nd of April and 23rd of April. Students get an additional day on the 21st of April. If you are not sure, which category you fall under, write to detailing your professional details.

To sum up – The event has been for years a focus for major organisations across the globe to showcase their products to the world. More than 3,00,000 people are expected to attend the event. So make sure you grab the tickets before they run out.