Dezeen editor Anna Winston rounds up 25 of the most memorable product launches from the 55th annual Salone delMobile, the furniture fair underneath the umbrella of the newly branded Milan Design Week.

This year's top picks include new work by Jasper Morrison and Claesson Koivisto Rune, a limited edition chair featuring a non-repeating upholstery pattern designed by Bertjan Pot (which is being touted the standout piece from Patricia Urquiola's Cassina revamp), and a minimalist Japanese kitchen for small spaces.

Winston continues:

One of the best stands at the bi-annual Eurocucina kitchen show, usually stuffed to the brim with expensive-but-dull worktops and appliances, was from Japanese brand Sanwa, which showed four minimal designs for small homes. The Ceragino includes both a hob and a sink in its 120-centimeter-long unit, and was designed to sit either against a wall or as an island in a living space.

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