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Even though Salone del Mobile was postponed until 2021, many of Milan’s virtual debuts were terracotta in tone, brining high design down to earth. Here are the standouts:

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Click

Spanish manufacturer Sancal’s first flat-pack seating range takes its name from the car seat–inspired mechanism that allows its various modules — from armrests to tables — to click into place. The system comes in a variety of textiles and leathers, including this muted coral.

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Ruff

The chunky volumes of Patricia Urquiola’s latest creation for Moroso form a tribute to the art of Basque abstract sculptor Eduardo Chillida. Ruff’s wide armrests perch on the sides of the seat and wrap firmly around it with the help of a...

5 Red-Hot Releases From Virtual Milan

Side tables to rugs, sofas to armchairs, the most exciting releases from the Salone that never was celebrate earthy hues.

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