May 22, 2023

DESIGN TRENDS 2024 | Why aluminum is one of the top future materials?

In this series of posts “Pills of Design Trends 2024” we are covering in each article a different trend for the next year. These insights are part of the more-than-70 trends covered in the new Trendbook, “INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS 2024 from Milano” that you can find at this link.

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Design Trends 2024 / Materials #01



Why aluminum is one of the most recycled materials on earth?

Aluminum can be remelted and reused without any impact on its unique properties. This means that aluminum products can be recycled repeatedly.

In fact – almost 75 per cent of the 1.5 billion tonnes of aluminum ever produced is still in use today. And every year, more than 30 million tonnes of aluminum scrap is recycled globally, ensuring its status as one of the most recycled materials on the planet.

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Design Trends 2024 / Materials #01


Magis stand at Salone del Mobile, designed by Swedish Note Design Studio , was entirely covered in a corrugated alluminum cladding, providing a sense of movement, lightness and at the same time simplicity.


Campi is a playful and sculptural credenza designed by Alex Proba for Vero. Modern, sustainable and long lasting, this credenza is composed of eight easy to assemble pieces in aluminum with vibrant and bold like a puzzle.

Burocore is the collection presented by NM3 studio at Alcova in Milano. Made of pieces in steel and aluminum, the focus is on raw material and geometric rigor.

The Magna chair, designed by Charles Constantine for Sight Unseen x Bestcase, is made from rolled aluminum — in a non-directional satin finish. It takes its inspiration from the ancient Roman curule, an ornate, cross-framed seat typically reserved for magistrates and nobility. The chair’s stripped-down, regal air is warmed by a plush sheepskin cushion for maximum coziness.

Etage by Valerie Objects is an aluminum shelf designed by destroyers/builders studio by Linde Freya Tangelder. She drew inspiration in the architecture of the Danish architect Per Kirkeby and the project “House V_H” of the Belgian agency Dhoore Vanweert, that show plenty of curvy structures and laterally cut surfaces.

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