Calvi Brambilla, architects, interior designers, product designers and choreographers of exhibitions and stands, monopolized the 2018 Salone del Mobile. Their creations include setting up the “Stories. Italian design” show at the Triennale Design Museum, the exhibition in the Flos showroom dedicated to Achille Castiglioni, entitled “If you are not curious, forget it” and the Pianca, Tonelli, Ceccotti Collezioni and Zanotto stands. For Foscarini, they designed Superficie, a large, oval-shaped wall-light in PMMA and aluminium, with its varied surface of convex and concave areas generating unexpected light-dark contrasts. For Pianca they created the “Baio” coffee-tables – rectangular, square and round with slim legs and surfaces in several varieties of marble, also designed to be placed in groups – and a large, sculptural, round, or elliptical, table called “Ettore”, designed as a homage to the great master Sottsass and comprising a monumental central support, given a lighter touch with the base resting on a polished metal plate, and with a round table-top. For Tonelli, they also designed a family of coffee tables named “Amaca”, inspired by hammocks and comprising a curved surface in printed fabric, suspended under a glass structure. Finally, for Varaschin they created “Lapis”, a slim wooden dining chair with body covered in outdoor fabric and “Bento”, a large sectional sofa, geometric in shape comprising polygonal seats that are fitted together and modules and backrests that can be positioned as desired.