It was another exciting edition of Salone del Mobile 2023 Et al., with plenty of new products to showcase and brand-related news to share.

“Et al. seats are more than just furnishings, they are designed to become life companions. They accompany our daily routine and are an integral part of our lives. They are designed to be comfortable, practical, and durable. They are designed to be part of our everyday life. We wanted to reiterate this idea, which is core to the company’s ethos, so we naturally transformed it into our tagline,” states Alessandro Gabellini, Sales Director at Et al.

The Ari outdoor collection, by Philippe Nigro, named after one of the Maldives’ cleanest atolls, is Et al.’s newest and most innovative offering. Showcased for the first time at the Salone del Mobile 2023, the understated, elegant, and versatile outdoor collection, designed by French designer Philippe Nigro, is an interplay of juxtaposed and doubled lines that branch out in height. The metal rods rise from the ground in parallel, then curve and separate to create the right shape to form a comfortable seat. The seat cushion, armrests, and backrest are all supported by the frame.

Agami is a family of seats for the hospitality sector that stands out for its soft and welcoming forms, mixed with sobriety and simplicity making it perfect for timeless, character-filled spaces. In addition to the existing chair and accent chair, the Agami collection now also includes new models such as the lounge armchair, bergère armchair, and pouf. Thanks to their clean, minimalist design, these new models are the perfect complement to the collection’s existing products.

Et al. has also included a small sofa and tables to round out the range. The small sofa, available with both frames, stands out for its exceptional comfort. The tables on the other hand come in four versions, one in wood with the legs grafted into a metal frame, making it both slim and sturdy enough to support large table tops.

Dunk, an accent chair designed by Phillipe Tabet, is distinguished by its tub seat, which offers superior comfort and a sleek, contemporary look. The new versions of the accent chair feature a shell with an upholstered seat, or else a fully upholstered shell, thus offering greater flexibility in the choice of product. The frame options now also include an FSC-certified wooden frame in addition to the original rocking version in steel and wood.

The shell is available in two versions, with and without holes: one for added practicality and stackability, and another suited to more exclusive frames.

The Main family is now complete. The new table takes its cue from one of the collection’s distinctive elements, the visibly oversized leg. This table, featuring a modern design and crafted from tubular metal is available in two different heights, high (h105cm) and low (h72cm), to adapt to a variety of settings.

Et al. unveils the update to its Classy collection, designed by Luca Nichetto. All existing frames can now accommodate the new version with a fabric-upholstered seat, retaining the shell’s distinctive look and offering a broader choice to suit all home furnishing needs.

With this new addition, the Classy family becomes the largest in the Et al. catalog, offering an increasingly wide range of modern seating solutions, all featuring cutting-edge and functional design.