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A new urban Milan design district rise up in the city,where the excellence of italian design will be showcased. Developed by Lonati Group, Scalo Milano provides an innovative design offer. Looking no more for Milan showrooms…this is the one!
The City Style District is located in Locate di Triulzi, south of Milan, in an area once occupied by the Saiwa factory (until its closure in 2004). An investment of 200 million euros was made to create the largest Milan Design District in the world, 25 million euros of which were for environmental upgrading works and infrastructure improvements in support of the local area.
The area’s industrial past finds a strong echo in the new identity: contemporary facades inspired by factories, combinations of glass materials, reflecting surfaces and steel. The project was designed by Cotefa.ingegneri&architetti, while the artistic direction of the facades and the street furniture was the responsibility of the Metrogamma Milano studio.
Space for Interior Design
There are 30 single brand furniture stores that, as in many international districts from Miami to New York, are positioned side by side to showcase the quality of Italian design:
Alessi, B&B Italia, Bialetti, Calligaris, Cappellini, Cassina, Corsini Night Experience, Dada, Kartell, Kartell Lights; as well as La Casa dei Sogni by Caleffi which incorporates the brands Trussardi Home, Cavalli Home, Carrara, Mirabello, or Liv’In De’Longhi Store that displays De’Longhi, Kenwood, Braun and Ariete.
Also featuring in the line-up are Luxury Living with its brands Fendi Casa, Trussardi Casa and Heritage Collection; plus Molteni&C, Natuzzi Italia, Poliform | Varenna, Poltrona Frau, Scavolini, Tempur, Tisettanta (Elam and Halifax, opening soon) and Vitra.
Within an area of 295 square metres, Poliform has a prominent showcase inside Scalo Milano: its offers for the living room and night area alternate with Varenna kitchen solutions in settings that proclaim the corporate philosophy and its interpretation of contemporary living.
To celebrate its second store in Milan (in addition to the one in Via Durini), Natuzzi Italia has created a special edition of its iconic Re-vive recliner, entirely covered in Siena leather in an intense shade of yellow, a tribute to the iconic colour of Scalo Milano.
The creative, ingenious and expressive solutions of Calligaris are accommodated in 300 square metres and display a range of compositions and materials. The new products can become the outstanding features of any room as part of a set up, or on appropriate platforms that emphasise the design, alongside icons and reinterpretations.
Scavolini Store Scalo Milano houses the latest products from the brand’s Kitchen, Bathroom and Living Room collections. The opening of this store further reinforces the company’s presence in the country, with more than 110 single brand stores throughout Italy.
An atmosphere of modern simplicity defines the Cappellini store: the iconic products of its collections for living, dining and night zones are combined in real domestic environments. The setting recalls the brand’s international stores: floors in natural wood, walls clad, in part, with original blue stucco and, in part, with special, putty-coloured, lime-based paint to give an almost spectacular appearance to the settings.
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