This years Salone Mobile in Milan sees the Dutch manufacturer Artifort present a playful mix of contemporary, brand-new pieces alongside some re-released classics by the likes of Geoffrey Harcourt and Pierre Paulin. First off the blocks is the cubic yet curvy Apps Collection from Richard Hutten, the first collaboration for Artifort and the Dutchman. Available as a sofa and single seat lounge chair with the option of two tone upholstery. A month ago we gave you a sneak peek at the exciting re-issuing of a Geoffrey Harcourt classic design: the F587, a button stud upholstered variant that sits in the F500 Series by Artifort. Resplendent in leather and internally reinvigorated with improved upholstering techniques and advanced injection molded foams, this beauty is back in a big way. Alongside it, sits the re-released Concorde Lounge. Designed by Pierre Paulin in 1966, it was as the name suggests, created for Air France's Concorde Lounge at Charles de Gaulle Airport. With superior comfort and famed for its lack of armrests in a lounge chair design, this piece is as relevant in commercial applications as it is popular in the home. The option of high or low back models also affords the Concorde collection great versatility. All the above and many more pieces will be released this week in Milan with full details on pricing and lead times forthcoming. To register interest in any of the products above to learn more about Artifort's famous collections click here.