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Milan Design Agenda keeps its tour inside the best milan fashion boutiques! The latest italian luxury fashion news come from Bottega Veneta, who opened recently its first Home Collections store in Milan.
Bottega Veneta has opened a dedicated home boutique in Italy, Via Borgospesso in Milano. To keep attachements with Milan Luxury Avenues, the new Bottega Veneta boutique, join Via Sant’Andrea Maison and the historic Via Montenapoleone, making its first that is dedicated to its furniture, lighting, tabletop and home decoration.
The new boutique represents Bottega Veneta’s commitment to its home collection, which has evolved from a single bench designed by Bottega Veneta’s Creative Director, Tomas Maier, that developed into the collection presented in Milan in 2006, to a full lifestyle offering.
Keeping its heritage and brand values, Milan Design Agenda thinks this was the perfect spot where Bottega Veneta it’s mixed with local culture and historic architecture…not to mention the intimacy of a luxurious home furniture offer!
“The Bottega Veneta home collection is dedicated to those who are drawn to understated, luxurious furnishings crafted with the finest materials,” says Tomas Maier. “In the heart of Milan, I wanted to create an intimate, discreet destination for clients to be able to immerse themselves in the Italian art de vivre of Bottega Veneta.”
The 205 square meter ground floor of Bottega Veneta milan fashion boutique has been conceived and designed by Tomas Maier to present a curated story, bringing luxury and craftsmanship together.
It is a dramatically set against the historic palazzo’s soaring coffered ceilings and remarkable frescoes by 18th century masters Carlo Innocenzo Carlone and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, providing an exceptionally unique setting that honours the existing beauty of the location.
Besides Milan Fashion Boutiques, this is the 8th Bottega Veneta Home store, after London, Padua, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Taiwan… Take a look at the video of Bottega Veneta Home collection below. Ciao Milano!
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