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Salone del Mobile.Milano 2024

Kristalia returns at Salone del Mobile with an installation that takes up the storytelling linked to CONDOMINIO, the living project that showcases the vision of total living by Kristalia and Personal Spaces by MD House. CONDOMINIO, the modern residential archetype, is the format that Kristalia has chosen to imagine new living scenarios thanks to the total living offer that the company is able to offer today together with Personal Spaces by MD House. CONDOMINIO allows to show both the domestic and community imagination. In this path in which visitors can explore common areas, private spaces and outdoor areas, which emphasize personality, transversality of use and completeness of the offer to the maximum, we find the new products for 2024.


Design by Cristina Celestino

Two structures, characterized by a distinctive composition, “embrace” the Dimora bed. It is a story of oxymorons: combining soft rigor and a regal presence, the design aims to highlight the footboard, giving the bed a new and original identity. An architecture within architecture.


Design by Finemateria

The Fun–Go tables explore the various proportions of fungal species when in groups. Positioned next to each other, they create fluid compositions where each element has different dimensions but integrates perfectly with the others. The main feature of the tables is their shape open towards the top, which makes them more functional, with large support surfaces and a smaller footprint on the ground. Fun–Go is a versatile and natural collection, suitable for any home environment.


Design by Monica Graffeo

Pala is a system of round and oval tables whose leg recalls the blade of the rudder. Available in the fixed version, it stands out for its fluid and innovative extendable version, a distinctive feature of Kristalia table collections. Available in different materials for tops and base structure.


Design by Luciano Bertoncini

Reissue of the historic bed designed by Luciano Bertoncini in 2000. The structure is made of 100% recyclable aluminium, powder-coated, while the headboard is made of plywood or upholstered. Available in a compact package, is very simple to assemble and disassemble.

ALUALU outdoor lounge

Design by Luciano Bertoncini

Reissue of the outdoor system designed by Luciano Bertoncini in 2014 with a frame made of 100% recyclable powder-coated aluminium and plastic slats. Sofas, armchairs, tables, and loungers easy to assemble and disassemble. Backrests and armrests are easy to install, thanks to a quick coupling system.


Design by Luciano Bertoncini

Tribute to Alvar Aalto. Reissue of the three-legged table/stool designed by Luciano Bertoncini in 2012, made entirely of aluminium and stackable up to 10 pieces. Suitable for outdoor and indoor environments.

LP recycled

Design by LucidiPevere

A new version of the bestselling LP chair made with recycled and recyclable material, available in 6 different colors. With or without armrests, it is perfect for both outdoor and indoor environments and for various situations.

Bottega console

Design by Kensaku Oshiro

The new Bottega console, like the namesake table, is inspired by the aesthetics of utility that is the essence of everyday work tools. The top is available in glass or Laminam.


Design by Läufer & Keichel

Folding Director’s chair and stool, with slightly padded upholstery, characterized by a teak structure suitable for both outdoor and indoor use. The chair is also available in a fixed version entirely in teak with and without armrests.


Design by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin

The Forma upholstered system, characterized by an interlocking design that does not require gluing, is enriched with new modules of generous dimensions.


Design by Bluezone

Tvu is a TV stand for flat screens, a swivel steel structure with a compartment for cable housing. It interacts with the Avenue Cabinets storage system for compositions in the center of the room or wall mounted.

Argilla finish

Argilla is a new finish available for beEasy Slatted, Thin-K products, and for the new Fun-Go and Pala. It is a handcrafted coating material applied with a spatula, available in 4 different colors, characterized by high resistance to scratches and impacts, and waterproofness.