Fieramilano hosts HOMI from 26-29 january, 2023
Furnishing décor, giftware, kitchen accessories, tableware, textiles, essences and perfumes – you name it. HOMI exhibits everything dedicated to home, as hundreds of ideas and novelties enrich inspirations for all kinds of styles. The event returns and goes on stage at Fieramilano, in Milan, from 26-29 January, 2023. During these 4 days, international brands, start-ups and young designers are showing their latest products, suggestions and trends.
(above) FeatherL, table lamp in aluminum and transparent acrylic with laser-cut incisions by Mascagni Casa
(banner) Charlottina design
all images courtesy of HOMI
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HOMI returns: the event dedicated to the domestic sphere, turns the spotlight on objects and complements of everyday living, with an offer that ranges from decorations to table and kitchen accessories, textiles and fragrances, and giftware. Set in Milan’s Fieramilano exhibition space, visitors get to wander through high-end craftsmanship that include lamps, porcelain creations, rugs, bedding, tableware and more.
To complete the fair’s aim in educating and inspiring the crowds on all the latest products and trends, the most important topics for retailers and architects are discussed through a busy calendar of talks.
HOMI returns at Fieramilano from 26-29 January, 2023
from décor to furnishing accessories, textiles & fragrances
2023’s novelties include A VISTA D’UOMO and SKYLINE, two imposing installations that, under the silhouettes of Milanese symbols of yesterday and today, such as the Duomo and the profile of the city’s newest skyscrapers, house special objects. The original project was conceived following the thread of HOMI, which combines Made in Italy, sustainability and creativity. It should be noted that both installations were realized using recovered and recycled materials supplied by a number of Italian textile companies.
setting by Innovaliving
One of the participating exhibitors is Innovaliving, set to reveal proposals of furnishings made from popular materials such as iron and wood, proposed through unusual combinations, while Mascagni Casa is presenting its elegant and linear collections ranging from furnishing accessories to gift items and lighting. With pieces that are individually handmade, Michela Reitani Ceramic Artist showcases her porcelain creations.
the iconic radio speaker, Tykho, from Lexon by Whynot
Light, color, creativity and craftsmanship for the Charlottina Design® lamps made by highly experienced craftsmen for a furnishing object that enriches the environment with class and elegance. And again the globe lamps interpreted by refined Scandinavian designers by Atmosphere by Tecnodidattica and the original designer gift items by Lexon by Whynot, with innovative technologies also selected by the MoMA in New York.
Some of the protagonists of the world of tableware include Taitù Milano, which excites with its famous ‘mix&match’, made up of unusual combinations of designs and colors, and Weissestal, which proposes stylish mis en place, the result of continuous research into craftsmanship in everyday products.