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Mida is the abbreviation of the company Mancini Italian Design & Art, which in its essence consists of an Italian interior design group that can provide clients with furniture from some of the best bespoke brands in Italy and worldwide. Today Milan Design Agenda will be venturing into what makes this company a unique bet for any type of interior design project.
Mancini Italian Design & Art is an Italian interior design group which was created by young ambitious couple Francesco Mancini and Shuyun Tang. The Italian vein of the company comes from Francesco Mancini’s side of the family which has taken a lot of inspiration from ancient Rome, sharing a tradition of love for beauty, houses, the Art and the Antique of this city. With that inspiration in mind, Francesco decided to share his knowledge and his experience by teaming up with his wife in the creation of this project.
Since its creation, Mida has been proposing to its customers the most suitable furnishings solutions within the Italian style. They are known for handling their clients’ wishes with a mix of taste and elegance while taking extreme care of the slightest details. Among their services, we can count with the design, supply of furniture and accessories, and even the transport and After-Sales Service of the items requested by the clients.
This company provides some of the best bespoke furniture from top Italian brands. Their list includes names such as Alberta, Alivar, Baxter, B&B Italia, Cassina, Fendi Casa, Kartell, Knoll, Meridiani, Molteni, Paola Lenti, Poliform, Vitra, and other well known international names.
Above all, it’s Mida’s wish to promote the best of Italian art and design all over the world, through their worldwide interior design projects. They also participate in the organization of training courses and seminars directed towards architects, interior designers, and real estate companies, all of which have a specific focus on accentuating Italian architecture, art history and Antiques.