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Are you a design lover who just happens to need a Milan design guide? Then check out our top 5 houses you can’t miss if you love “l’arte italiana”!
De Padova is a well-known showroom in Milan filled with high-quality displays and a big space for those looking to discover some of Italy’s most classical design pieces. This house has drawn many generations who love interior design and it’s still a reference in this area.
No Italian design house list (especially a Milan design list) would be complete without a reference to Rossana Orlandi’s design gallery. Aside from getting a chance to meet Rossana herself, those who come to this gallery will be presented with a huge variety of design treasures from one of Milan’s greatest design minds of all time.
10 Corso Como, founded in 1990 by Carla Sozzani is a place of reference if you enjoy art, culture and design, but at the same time like to shop for some of these types of works. You can also relax while exploring its garden or even dine in the restaurant of this complex.
There is also La Trienalle di Milano, a museum that is dedicated to contemporary design as well as art. No to mention the fact that it’s housed in the Palazzo dell’Arte, a place created from the mind of Giovanni Muzio, one of Milan’s most famous architects.
Interested in seeing some quintessential 20th century furniture? Then Nina Yashar’s Nilufar Gallery is a place of treasures you can’t afford to miss if you love interior design. Opened originally in 2015 as Nilufar Depot, this space has three floors in an open atrium filled with contemporary and vintage design parts. A visit to this place is sure to be a pleasant and somewhat pleasant educational experience for people who enjoy design.