In a quick and welcoming conversation with the manager designer responsible for the European brand Brabbu, Milan design Agenda was to discover what cannot be missing in Modern Classic Style. Take a look! The classic interior house design originated from European culture, like Victorian and Art Deco also the Greek […]
Weekly Milan Design Agenda spend some time covering fashion, furniture, cocktail events…then a challenge comes up to one of our collaborators, Eleonora Corelli. She’s been with us for awhile, and if there’s one thing that she loves…is seeking for new things. Design, Fashion, Art, Architecture, name it and she starts to digg just to give you the best options. The challenge was “Which Milan bookstores would you suggest for someone who comes to Milan for its first time and loves interior design books?”
So, here it is Corelli’s suggestion just for you. Hope you enjoy this as much we did!
10 CORSO COMO Adjacent to Galleria Carla Sozzani, with classic publications on art, architecture, literature, design, graphics and fashion, with a strong emphasis on photography. Via Rosales, 5
DESIGN LIBRARY is a bookshop entirely dedicated to Italian design. Located in the Tortona area and designed by James Irvine. It is a design buff’s dream: a white room lined with back issues of design bibles ”Domus”, ”Abitare” and ”Ottogono”.
L’ARCHIVOLTO The shop specializes in books on architecture, town planning, landscaping, design, decorative arts, local history and offers the widest selection in Europe of books published in Italy and abroad on these subjects, together with assembly kits, posters, drawings, prints, curios and an important section on rare books. Via Marsala 2 20121 Milano
MILANO LIBRI one of the greatest Milan bookstores. You can spent hours and hours on the couch at the second floor dedicated to interior design, fashion an graphic. Also, rumour has it that Milan fashion’s finest come here for inspiration. Via Verdi 2, at piazza della Scala, Centre.
We take this opportunity to invite you to visit Spazi di Lusso, Eleonora’s blog.
She’ll love your comments about her choice!