All The Scoop Milan Travel Guide F/ Architects and Designers
Milan Design Week is under our noses and this means a full coverage of the design event of the year. #MDW2019 is going to be the cherry on top of your cake when it comes to inspiration and design and we’re here to walk you through it. Gather around, we have just the right Milan travel guide for architects and designers!
On Via 28, you’ll find the right spot for a coffee break. Caffè Fernanda is the focal point in Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery, serving sweet cakes, coffee and evening cocktails. With astounding decor, this amazing place features, sweet teal blue walls, veiny marble walls and furnishings by Italian brand Pedrali.
Milan central station is a one of a kind place. This time around, serving looks whenever you put your eyes on. In a majestic room that once served the royal family, Sala Reale will be the centre stage of Pleasure & Treasure by Advantage Austria. Showcasing furniture and interior products from more than 40 Austrian designers and architects, the the400-square-metre venue has two floors, according to Dezeen, the visitors must wade through a sea of foam.
The Milan Design Week Guide is all but incomplete without mentioning what’s going on in Via Solferino, 3rd Floor. Perfect Darkness was created by the architect and interior designer Elisa Ossino along with Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer of H+O. Together, they completed a colourful space in an apartement in Brera you can’t afford to miss out. 3
Hotel Room Mate Giulia, located in the famous Piazza del Duomo has just the right balance of colours that are so pertinent to the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola. With 85 guest rooms, the hotel has furniture made-to-measure from Cassina, never leaving the works of various local artists.
A contemporary design gallery in the heart of the Brera district is waiting for you. Gallery Palermo Uno by Sophie Wannenes is going to be open until July and the space itself will mesmerize you. Richly tones walls, antiques and contemporary design blend together like no other.
Designer by the Milanese duo Cameranesi Pompili, SEM Showroom is young but shines bright like no other. Making its debut on Milan Design Week 2018, the showroom has all the rigth decor elements to be a success. Simple yet impressive “terracotta tile floors and swathes of coloured Kvadrat fabric suspended from the ceiling, to serve as backdrops to collections on display. “
There’s no escape from the initiative created by the one and only Orlandi Rossini. With events such as the Ro Plastic prize, the winner of which will be announced on 10 April, the one that must be on your stop is Ro Plastic-Master’s Pieces exhibition in the railway pavilion of Milan’s Museum of Science and Technology.
“Broken Nature explores the extent to which our relationship with nature has been damaged, and what can be done to recover it.” – Paola Antonelli will be the curator of the exhibition, bringing together more than 120 design and architecture projects for the last decade.
Located on 5 Via Alessandro Manzoni, Tom Dixon’s first showroom and restaurand in Europe will be the centre stage of the launch of three product ranges of the designer. The Manzoni space aims to offer a special occasion for shopping to it’s customers in Europe.
In Via Giuseppe Meda, 24, Carlo and Camilla by Tanja Solci is the restaurant to stop by. Headed by Neapolitan chef Luca Pedata, the menu is changeable according to ingredients in season. An Italian restaurant that has the aura of the old fashioned Italian soul with all the novelties of the world of design.
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