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This is the penultimate blog post on the Salone. The exhibition halls at the Salone that show furniture were divided into 3 sections: design, moderno and classico. The classico section occupied Hall 1 to 4.

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The distinction between the designer and moderno sections were less clear cut, although the latter only occupied Hall 14 and 18. But the classic section was very clearly different.

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One big difference was the lack of crowds. The aisles were quiet that one really feels like being inside a giant warehouse.

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The exhibitors have names that I have never heard of. I guess many of them create custom pieces for private clients and not the mass market.

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These exhibitors do not show their products to the passing public as they hide everything behind paneled walls. Viewable by invitation only ?!

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Looked like the exhibitors in the classic section cater mostly to the oligarchs, sheiks, princelings, and  techbillionaires.

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These exhibitors definitely did not like visitors to take photos. This saleswoman wearing a ball gown was staring to discourage me from photographing their white fake goddess columns.

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It is a whole different world of tastes in Hall 1 to 4 !

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