Having been opened to the public since January of 2006, the Studio Museum Achille Castiglioni is a mandatory stop to every Italian design lover. This place is a reflection of the art of life of Achille Castiglioni. READ MORE – 5 AMAZING DESIGN EBOOKS FOR YOU! Located in Piazza Castello, the Studio Museum […]
Milan Design Week is setting up for a ton of surprises, and the initiative by Bredaquaranta is one of them. “When Brera meets mid century” is the surprise that the lighting brand is preparing for the occasion in Brera design district.
We can imagine that you’ll be looking forward to attending Bredaquaranta Fatebenefratelli’s showroom after knowing more about this event set to happen during Milan Design Week. On the 11th of April, they will be hosting an amazing cocktail party with a theme that will make guests relieve the 50s.
What will be so special about this event set to happen during Milan Design Week? The fact that you will be able to see beautiful mid-century pieces from recognized international lighting brands. The party will start at 6pm until 11pm and it will be the perfect chance for you to go back in time while appreciating some of the best lighting furniture projects from Bredaquaranta and other relevant names.
One example of a brand set to be showcasing in this showroom during Milan Design Week is going to be the Portuguese lighting brand Delightfull. Aside from being present at Salone del Mobile, this luxury group will be showing off a couple of mid-century lighting pieces, among which we can count the Coltrane wall lamp, the Ike Suspension, the Ike Pendant, the Matheny round suspension among many others.
The Bredaquaranta Fatebenefratelli showroom is known for being the largest multi-brand store in Milan being composed by two floors. It’s definitely an obligatory stop during Milan Design Week and any other time of the year. Not to mention that the brand is known for shipping worldwide, having a pretty solid list of interior design projects a little throughout the globe.
One example comes from Switzerland, in a little residence that is embellished by the essence from mid-century style mixed in with a contemporary twist as well as from the popular Scandinavian design which is more used by many Europeans and Americans in their interior decor. This interior design project by Bredaquaranta also takes a full on advantage of natural light, effectively mixed with neutral colours, clean lines and minimalistic design, all of whom correspond to the three topics mentioned previously.
If you’re definitely going to check out this event then don’t forget to head to this showroom (Via Fatebenefratelli, 10, 20121 Milano MI) as well as to the brand’s other showrooms in Milan. We’re talking about Bredaquaranta Sesto S. Giovanni (located at Via Ernesto Breda 40) and also Bredaquaranta Turati (via Filippo Turati, 2). Don’t miss them during Milan Design Week!