It’s almost here the week of Milan Salone del Mobile, and the design world is abuzz, ready to submit to the most important showcase for insiders and not, previews of new collections. The trend is generally linear, clean, but based on the reinterpretation, and the rediscovery of old codes to read in different key, creating something utterly contemporary. Futura for example presents the TChair collection of the Japanese designer Toshiyuki Kita: chairs and armchairs are comfortable and practical with a retractable rolling plan, to support all those technological tools that we use on a daily basis. A new version of the typical conference room chairs, with an elegant and versatile design that makes them suitable also for other types of environment. Fiam, historic Italian company that operates 40 years in the production of glass furniture, proposes Butterfly, born within the experimental project “Re-made in Fiam”, from a Nicola de Ponti’s design of Nicola. Reusing the waste of Ragno table, historical Fiam’s icon product, De Ponti gave a second life to glass, for a new furnishing item, thanks to the virtues of a material which can be recycled endlessly. No cuts and no offset, for a butterfly-shaped coffee table with an essential but impressive design.