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Casamilano showroom in Via Visconti di Modrone
May
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Casamilano showroom in Via Visconti di Modrone


Casamilano, a Milan showroom of reference in via Visconti di Modrone, settled a welcoming area and a comfortable atmosphere, embracing an international lifestyle to be explore. Paola Navone, Castello Lagravinese and Massimiliano Raggi are amongst the designers who created the home furniture collection. Luxury furniture arrives at Milan…to stay after Salone del Mobile 2016.

 

Living room ideas with wall lamp Shade by Massimilano Raggi and the Suite sofa by Paola Navone

 

Casamilano showroom, in Via Visconti di Modrone in the city of Milan, has a perceptibly welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. The brand’s mission is to create an international lifestyle space, exhibiting on the first floor of a luxurious building that dates back to 1930.

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Casamilano showroom in Via Visconti di Modrone (5)

 

Living, dining and night spaces exhibit few high-quality products, starting with the Pillopipe sofa, created by Paola Navone and main character of Casamilano living room decor. Alongside the couch, the armchairs and pouffs designed by Castello Lagravinese embellish the space, together with products by Massimiliano Raggi; running from Mondrian – low table with a geometric structure – to the small table Atlante, followed by Shade, steel suspension lamp, perfectly matched with the general, minimal atmosphere.

 

Pillopipe sofa by Paola Navone, pouffs and armchiars by Castello Lagravinese, matched with the products by Massimiliano Raggi: the low table Mondrian, the small table Atlante and Shade, steel suspension lamp

 

The night area recalls the essentiality of the living, displaying Shade and the new proposals of Castello Lagravinese – bed, bench and chest of drawers – in neutral and bright shades.

Master bedroom decor ideas with with Castello Lagravinese's products: bed, bench and chest of drawers

 

Moreover, Casamilano illustrates the dining room, in a space with Kandinsky table by Massimiliano Raggi (who signs also the suspension lamp, Shade, and the Anthea mirror) and the regal seats ideated by Castello Lagravinese.

 

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Dining room in Casamilano, sets up with Kandinsky table, the suspension lamp, Shade, and the Anthea mirror by Massimiliano Raggi, followed by the regal seats by Castello Lagravinese

 

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