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The Summer has gone, and with it all the colorful interior decoration vibe. But there’s one reason why Milan Design Agenda is happy about the following season, regarding to contemporary and classic furniture for your home decoration. Fall shopping guide will mark a change!
Concerning to Milan, there are furniture design companies, with a natural concept to stunning design lovers. and there’s nothing better than a natural shop window where it’s no surprise that the concentration of design stores in Milan are astonishing. Through Design Galleries, Design shop centers…there are a few Milan Furniture stores that you might have an interest to go.
Via Durini 11, Milan
Contemporary and classic style, interpreted through the elegance of Fendi Casa is what you’ll find in the Showroom Clubhouse Italia at Via Durini 11. The Luxury Living showroom features the richest and most prestigious collection of furnishings in the world of luxury, and not only from Fendi Casa, but also Kenzo Maison and Bentley Home.
Corso Europa for Molteni/Dada
Corso Matteotti 14, Milan
Head here to check out the ranges from Molteni, and in particular Jean Nouvel’s gravity defying Graduate shelving system and sublime Less range of tables. For the office version of Less visit Unifor in Corso Matteotti 14. Molteni also produce some fine and relatively economical seating, such as Still by Foster and Partners and Freestyle by Ferruccio Laviani. Laviani also made the Hi-Line kitchen for sister brand Dada.
1, Via Carlo Porta, Milan
Kartell made its name in plastic furniture designs that are as functional as they are stylistically fresh and bold. Iconic designs such as Philippe Starck’s Louis Ghost Armchair and The Componibili, a chic, modular storage system, are sold alongside a constant influx of new plastic (and some upholstered) pieces.
Via Durini 14, Milan
At via Durini you’ll find confort and design by the hands of B&B Italia. The showroom in a renowned building of the 80s has an expressive 1700 m2 exhibition area, making this store an unmissable reference point at the capital of design.Sophisticated, super soft, international, comfortable, are some of the attributes chosen by B & B Italy in red letters to describe the concept of their brand new collection.
Via Fiori Chiari 28,Milan
Are you a Foscarini lover? Take a tour into Foscarini brand new lighting store located in the heart of the Brera Design District. It is a seed of light, a seed of bright flowers, to pay homage to the street where Foscarini Spazio Brera is located. The new Milanese address in the Brera district is housed in a building that has a timeless charm and special appeal.
Milan Design Agenda gave you 5 Milan furniture and lighting stores when you can take the most exciting shop experience. Which one besides those, do you want to know more about?
Now, imagine if you could have the chance to furnish your entire home like the following one. See the video and let your imagination get wings: