Alfonso Femia is an interior designer who is known for having developed a “research around matter” which led him to collaborate on a myriad of design projects with several international companies. He’s become one of the most remarkable designers in Italy from the 90s to today. Milan Design Agenda will be […]
Stefano Giovannoni is a top Italian interior designer that stands out for his eccentric designs that are recognized at an international level. Born in La Spezia, he lives and works in Milan as an industrial, interior designer and architect. Today, Milan Design Agenda is about to unveil an exclusive interview, where you’re about […]
Back to Renaissance in Venice! At 2015 Milan Design Week, we will see luxury venetian mirrors…the perfect living room trends addition! The mirrors designed and created by the venetian glass artists started in early age to make a statement in luxurious spaces, like palaces, becoming very famous for their timeless elegance, intricate details, delicate etching, glamorous and high quality craftsmanship. Ready for a long journey back to history with Milan Design Agenda?
This anitque glass venetian wall mirror was applied twisted glassborders, engraved floral scenes, and hand blown floral accents all over.
Mirrors are widely believed to have enchanting powers thanks to their ability to reflect light and show appearance so precisely and incredibly. Through a passionate explosion of romance, drama the Venice Mirror stirs emotion in anyone that catches its eye. Hand cut and carved by an experienced artisan who’s passion for glasswork goes back as far as his childhood, the Venice represents Boca do Lobo’s ambition to bring value to true craftsmanship through contemporary design
Milan Design Agenda is speeding up towards 2015 Milan Design Week, and more than ever is time to give you a glimpse of a refresh Interior Design Trend, that never lost its heritage, and is growing as a luxury add for living room furniture luxury!
Inspired by the richness of traditional Venetian mirrors the Addicta makes for an opulent statement. Its subversive glamour is unforgettable and addictive. Mesmerizing its onlooker with bronze glass.
*Venetian mirrors can be displayed above vanities or modern brass consoles, another potential 2015 Milan Design Week Trend!
Always make a statement with your entry hall. It sets the tone for the entire house! It’s the first thing your guests see upon arrival and what they see should give them an idea of what to expect. Walls and ceiling should be painted the same color if possible, or use a wonderful wall covering.
Interior designer Alberto Pinto has given an architectural twist to a wall of fitted storage units by using Forties mirror glass in an art-deco design to disguise a multitude of cupboards.
Today as centuries ago, the venetian mirrors are a breathtaking “work of art”. A living room furniture to spot soon as possible in incoming furniture fairs, as 2015 Milan Design Week with iSaloni 2015 Milano!
Venetian Mirrors are an art of blowing glass and creating mirrors, that was passed down from father to son, where the method requiring impressive skills and a lot of patience, plus very high quality materials. That is exactly why they have been famous for centuries and still people from all over the world come to Italy with the intention of purchasing one of these masterpieces!