Founded in Milan in 2003 by Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, DIMORESTUDIO is a full-service, global architectural and design studio that spans residential, retail and hospitality projects, in addition to, producing furnishings, textile and lighting designs under the name of Dimoremilano. The 19th-century location of Via Solferino in Milan’s Brera district is the heart of the business for the 40 plus person team as well as for Dimoregallery, the evocative setting which features […]
Peter Marino, one of the top interior designers in the world, is the principal of Peter Marino Architect PLLC, an internationally acclaimed architecture, planning and design firm founded in 1978 and based in New York City, with several offices around US, like Philadelphia, Miami and so on. Marino’s designs can be usually characterized by emphasized materiality, texture, scale light and the constant dialogue […]
Are you aware of Milan’s beauty on summer season? Milan it is a quite fun and amazing place to visit with incredible and very best Milan hotels interiors! Milan Design Agenda will help you to find the choice that fits your interests, introducing you five hotels that you should consider if you are going to Milan this Summer. What had we thought to make this selection? Best Interior Design Hotel lobby, Contemporary hotel rooms interior designs, best luxurious hotel in world….and goes on and on…
Milan Design Agenda selected for best Milan hotels interiors:
#6th – Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Mr Finardi has a wealth of experience in the Italian luxury hospitality industry with prior appointments as General Manager of the Royaldemeure Spa Hotels, Hotel Savoy and Villa San Michele in Florence.
He joins Mandarin Oriental from Belmond Hotels (formerly known as Orient Express Hotels) where he held the position of General Manager and Area Manager, Sicily at Grand Hotel Timeo & Villa Sant’Andrea in Taormina. Hotel Mandarin Oriental is one of the luxurious Milan hotels interiors!
#5th – Hotel Principe di Savoia
It offers spacious hotel rooms interior designs where classic and luxury furnishings are amongst all its hospitality furniture. They are decorated with traditional dark-wood furniture and deluxe fabrics. Its top-floor wellness centre includes a pool with frescoed ceilings. The hotel restaurant serves both Milanese and classic Italian dishes. Milan Central Station is 700 metres away from the hotel.
A 5-star boutique hotel, located in Milan’s historic centre, a 8-minute walk from Piazza San Babila and the luxury fashion area of Via Montenapoleone. Château Monfort is set in a historic building dating from the early 20th century, designed by the architect Paolo Mezzanotte. The rooms are themed after different fairy tales and nursery rhymes. The mix of antique details and modern facilities is what makes this Milan hotel interiors vey unique, glamorous and chic. The Rubacuori restaurant serves classic Italian cuisine.
The world fashion capital has a haute new looker! After a multimillion-dollar revamp, Milan’s circa 1932 Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel, was officially inaugurated on May 12th-and the design is unapologetically dripping in space age luxe.
Taking inspiration from the city’s modernist new skyline and the hotel’s art deco past, Milan-based Studio Marco Piva helmed the makeover, decking every inch in out-of-this-world chic futurism.
Armani Hotel Milan is another possibility you should consider. The Armani style and philosophy defines every detail of the 95 guestrooms and suites. Each element has been personally designed by Giorgio Armani and chosen for sculptural, aesthetic and sensual qualities.
The Armani Hotel Milano is located in Quadrilatero della Moda district. Set in a 1930s building designed by Enrico Griffini, rooms are fitted with Armani Casa furnishings. The restaurant serves both Lombard and international cuisine.
Bulgari Hotel Milan, a boutique property located on a private street between Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, La Scala and the Accademia di Brera. The building is a tastefully renovated 18th-century Milanese palazzo. The hotel stays in the cultural and commercial heart of a city that, behind its austere façades, hides delightful and unexpected courtyards and green spaces.
One of those spaces is the Bulgari Hotel’s 4,000-square-meter private garden, a natural extension of the nearby Botanical Garden, a restorative oasis of serenity and relaxation in the midst of Milan’s busy pace.
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