Had enough of Italy? I haven't. After spending the weekend back on American soil, I'm still daydreaming of the all the things I saw over there last week. Here's a good example. At the very back of one of the least noticeable halls at Il Salone is the Salone Satellite, or the cheap seats where you find the young and aspiring designers. I've rounded up ten that I really loved. These designers may be young, but they're highly skilled and already underway with their careers.
Counter Balance Lamps and Light Tray by Daniel Rybakken:
R2B2 by Christoper Thetard of Studio Montag:
"Did you know that in three minutes it takes you to whip cream Germany produces six tons of electronic scrap? R2B2 is a piece of kitchen equipment that enables you to counteract this development while still being able to whip cream in three minutes. "
Cuore Sacro Wall Lamp and Florafil Flexible Wall Duct by Tania da Cruz:
Hybrid aluminum/plywood furniture by Kazunori Matsumura:
Storage by Anne Kieffer and Coat Hooks by Nachnacht Design:
Traffic Jam by Vukasin Vukobratovic (Serbia) and For 1 or 2 by Ivana Borovnjak & Roberta Bratovic (Croatia) at Young Balkan Designers:
Super Sputnik Stools by Ahmet Sismanoglu:
Split Chair by Daniel Lorch:
Magnetic Table Lamps by Jannis Ellenberger: