Creative and sensitive to the environment, curious about production stages, designer Davide Apolloni expands his “Lo-Ve” collection with new pieces, continuing his exploration with tubular steel.

Milan March 22, 2024. You can meet the Designer at the Salone Satellite in Rho fiera Milano at booth C08.
The “Lo-Ve” collection exhibited at Salone Satellite in 2023 expands this year with the addition of six new products. Each piece reflects Davide Apolloni’s simplicity-oriented design language, which is distinguished by the use of gentle curves.
Among the new pieces to be presented this year are the rectangular Jamil table, the Yu armchair declined into a sofa-demonstrating the designer’s desire to create a family of pieces that harmoniously complement each other-and the Lancia lamp, steel on marble, elegant and minimalist, representing Apolloni’s first approach to the world of light.

Davide Apolloni - YU armchair

Davide Apolloni – YU armchair

By transforming otherwise unused materials, he has created small, unrepeatable works of art: a rug made from scraps from the production of furnishing fabrics and a small table made from the leftovers of marble production.

Fruit of his interest in sustainability and innovation.
“The ‘Lo-Ve’ collection is the result of passion for design and inspiration that emerged from company visits,” says Davide Apolloni, who is excited to exhibit again this year.

Davide Apolloni - LO-VE, The movements of a Ballerina frozen in time

Davide Apolloni – LO-VE, The movements of a Ballerina frozen in time

The collection was born while he was studying at the Architectural Association in London at the time of his thesis, for which he explored furniture production in Italy in relation to territory and climate change. Thus, while visiting furniture companies, by chance he met an enterprising octogenarian entrepreneur, who noticing passion and curiosity in him, spurred him to turn his designs into reality.
Projects that were recognized in their beauty.
The “Lo-Ve” table immediately caught the attention of the curators of La Rinascente in Milan, who selected him, along with other emerging talents, to exhibit in the heart of the city.
Davide Apolloni’s debut at Salone Satellite coincides with the founding of his studio, Apolloni Design in Milan.

Born in Como and raised in New York, Davide Apolloni cultivated an international education studying between Milan and London, graduating from the Architectural Association in London, a prestigious London university where architects of international caliber have studied.

Portrait of davide Apolloni with one of his works - LouisekeA comfortable tubular chair

Portrait of davide Apolloni with one of his works – Louiseke, A comfortable tubular chair