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New rugs collection designed by Dimorestudio and Emtivi Studio for Illulian’s Limited Edition, the exclusive brand line that collects rugs in limited edition designed by celebrities and illustrious characters in the world of design, art and photography. This is the most recent and interesting italian design collaboration. The […]
Let’s try a change in your Milan shopping guide! The concept of permanent pop-up store is a real innovation for Louis Vuitton, in which La Rinascente gets a new space. The ground floor becomes a temporary store with a constantly changing product animation and interior design. This enables the House […]
In a magical world of Milanese design, high-profile stars usually work alone. Partnerships between husband and wife are even rare. Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba,the acclaimed Italian duo designers, may be the exceptions that prove the rule. Since early 1990, they have collaborated on an amazing number of projects: designing bathroom equipment, kitchens, furniture, and lighting for an almost endless list of furniture design brands, including Boffi, Poltrona Frau, Foscarini, and Zanotta, and winning several prestigious awards. You just need the perfect interior design idea!
Now, it’s up to you! Milan Design Agenda invites you to discover the best Palomba Serafini ideas for your interiors. Drama is about to start!
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