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Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the world’s most prestigious furniture trade show, ended its six-day run Monday. More than 2,500 exhibitors previewed their latest home furnishings to 250,000 visitors. The biggest news: The gilded extravagances and luxurious looks that defined the market last year now play second fiddle to pieces exhibiting refined form and function. At <a href="http://www.matteograssi.it/flashframes.asp?lang=2">MatteoGrassi</a>, leather was cut into a fishnet pattern for a chair back reminiscent of Harry Bertoia’s classic 1950s wire seating for Knoll.
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( Franco Forci / For The Times )

Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the world’s most prestigious furniture trade show, ended its six-day run Monday. More than 2,500 exhibitors previewed their latest home furnishings to 250,000 visitors. The biggest news: The gilded extravagances and luxurious looks that defined the market last year now play second fiddle to pieces exhibiting refined form and function. At MatteoGrassi, leather was cut into a fishnet pattern for a chair back reminiscent of Harry Bertoia’s classic 1950s wire seating for Knoll.

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