Salone del Mobile 2024

Varaschin - Outdoor Therapy blog - Salone del Mobile 2024

The 62nd edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milan ended a few days ago and the time has come to take stock as well as to present our latest novelties to those who missed it.

Some collections have been expanded, another has come into being while others have been exhibited for the first time, bringing them to the attention of our national and international visitors, who had the opportunity to watch and try them out in person.

These were interesting days, full of ideas and opportunities, where we had the chance to make connections and network in a booth, designed by Gherardi Architetti, where nature was placed at the heart of everything, bringing a bit of our Outdoor Therapy to the capital of fashion and design.


The brand new addition to this edition was REUSE, the culmination of a new path where innovation and sustainability go hand in hand.

Designed by the architects of the Calvi Brambilla studio, this collection consists of an armchair, a lounge armchair, a pouf and a lounge pouf.

These furnishings are characterised by gentle, sinuous lines that evoke the geometric shapes of nature. Made entirely of solid Okumè wood, they are padded with Dryfeel foam and upholstered in hemp fabric in various finishes.


The Emma collection designed by architect Monica Armani, on the other hand, has been expanded with three new additions: the Emma Bergère Long, the Lounge Armchair and the Emma Modular Sofa.

All three are characterised by the unmistakable handmade weave, the common thread of the entire collection, and, thanks to their extremely elegant shapes, they will fit perfectly into the most refined outdoor spaces.


The Emma Cross collection also opens up to new compositional possibilities with a modular sofa, spacious and extremely comfortable, where each module can be integrated with the others, allowing the creation of the most varied configurations.

A distinctive feature, in this case too, is the fabric weave featuring an embroidery at the center of the band.


Likewise, the Plinto collection by architects Pio and Tito Toso has been expanded with a new addition: the Plinto Dining Armchair.

Available in two versions, with woven seat and backrest or with woven backrest and seat with detachable cushion with removable cover, this dining armchair completes the offer of tables from the same collection.

The key feature? Versatility, thanks to the different colour and structure proposals.


Our business line dedicated to wellness has landed in Milan too.

Indeed, some of the complements of the collection designed by architect Alberto Apostoli were exhibited for the first time: the Sunlounger, the Stone, the Single Bed with ring light and, an absolute novelty, the Outdoor Chaise Longue.