Open for business: Downtown Design

Lighting by Bomma
Alshaya Enterprises' Wardrobe solutions.
Adiran low tables by Andrea Parisio and Nani small armchair from Merdiani.
The Montaigne collection by Stephanie Coutas for THG Paris.
Artemide's Calipso light features a honeycomb grill generated by feeding a photo of the moon into an image-based algorithm found on a seemingly extinct computer.
Preciosa lighting
Diesel's Open Workshop kitchen by Scavolini
Alpi’s 'Rain and Cloudy' collections, feature wood surfacing by GamFratesi.
Wallcoverings from Barbieri
Italy's Baxter
Accessories by Saccal Design House
Lighting from Lasvit x Albal Design

Downtown Design has officially opened its doors in d3! We’re celebrating the official launch  by taking a quick spin through 12  brands returning and debuting  at the region’s largest commercial design fair. With over 175 exhibitors – from faucets, to kitchens, to lighting and furnishings -there’s something for everyone.

Latest works and collections will be brought to the fair by brands exhibiting for the first time; AlShaya Enterprises, Arper by Jalapeno Trading, Artemide, Baxter, Cappelini, Cassina, Diesel Living, Frato, Gandia Blasco, Leyla Uluhanli, Manfredi Style, Normann Copenhagen, Puiforcat, and Villeroy + Boch.

Key returning brands including Bernhardt, Bomma, cc-tapis, Herman Miller, Marset, Matteo Brioni, Meridiani, Moroso, and THG Paris will return to present their new ranges at the fair’s biggest showcase to date.

For more about their new Downtown Editions, take a look at our interview with Fair Director, Rue Kothari.

And stay tuned to id for more coverage of its special brand launches, installations, and talks throughout the week!