Unopiù at the Salone del Mobile 2024

Unopiù participates in the Salone del Mobile 2024 with new collections and innovative updates preserving the excellence of its iconic products

At the Salone del Mobile 2024, Unopiù will present two new complete collections and revisit iconic products with new finishes and innovative technical solutions.

The latest from Unopiù

Designed by Matteo Nunziati, Davos is a modular upholstered seating system whose pieces can be combined in endless ways. Creating continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces thanks to the padding and fabrics that replicate the comfort and softness of indoor furniture, Davos perfectly represents the current trend of fluid spaces. A concept that has always been at the heart of Unopiù’s philosophy, born from the desire to create “one more room”, that additional outdoor space in the home.

Unopiù outdoor furniture
Davos, designed by Matteo Nunziati. Ph: Thomas Pagani

In addition to Davos, other new products include Nanda, designed by Gio Tirotto, and Lulù, created by Daniel Jarefeldt. Nanda is a contemporary, deconstructed and minimalist reinterpretation of the iconic bergère armchair, while Lulù has an elegant and timeless identity, and, playful and light, resembles a swing. Both are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Treble and Coco lines

Unopiù also renovates the Treble line, a collection in two materials – aluminum and rope – characterized by lightness, pure lines, and high performance for outdoor use. These qualities make it easily adaptable to urban and residential settings.

Other novelties include an extension of the Coco line, designed by Andrea Andretta, with a new steel and rope sun lounger, equipped with two large wheels, the famous director’s chair Gingerin, in a new guise, and the cozy armchair Nacre.

Unopiù awaits you at the Salone del Mobile, Hall 18 Stand A05. The stand, curated by Calvi Brambilla & Partners with styling by Studio Salaris, is inspired by Luis Barragán’s architecture.


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