Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
Now you can see Muuto design at Design Republic, an emblematic Milan furniture store, at Corso di Porta Ticinese 3. Here you can explore three levels where Italian design environments are harmoniously integrated with the mix of Copenhagen-based brand.
The most grungy, underground side of Milan is hosting Design Republic, the furnishing store created by the last generation of the Mornata family, siblings Giulia and Marco, who opened a very Nordic, highly web-connected design shop in summer 2015, a short distance from the Colonne di San Lorenzo.
Scandinavian decoration blends harmoniously with a series of products by renowned italian design brands. This is the perfect location for the 100 sq m dedicated to Muuto: the Copenhagen-based brand seems at home in Design Republic, harmoniously integrated with its mix of soft designs and good value for money. The company’s collaboration with Kvadrat allows it to diversify its collection of upholstered furniture.
Design Republic also offers a consulting services to those with contract-related needs and even when it comes to this very hot topic, Muuto’s soft approach fits with the mood of the milan furniture store.
You can see and touch everything, you can also see and buy everything online on a bilingual website that allows you to quickly find and buy items. Design Republic, in its (relatively) small scale, embodies the new wave of furnishing stores, presenting a business model dedicated to “fast design”, which has already drawn attention and achieved sales overseas.
Among Muuto’s novelties, the glass products CORKY line of Norwegian designer Andreas Engesvik, and GROOVE, the marble plate designed by Hallgeir Homstvedt. feminine touches to the living area, as COMPILE Cecile Manz, a contemporary variation on the classic modular shelving.
After reading this article what about a tour into one of the most luxurious house. See more on the following video: