PallermoUno is a new gallery in Milan that has several interior design works by the hand of Sophie Wannenes. The building in which its located was built in what was Sophie’s former home.
This gallery has eight rooms and it’s located in a second-floor building in the city’s Brera Design District. Aside from the exposition rooms, it also has color blocked rooms among them a midnight blue living room as well as an aubergine kitchen.
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This house is presented as a “living home” and it shows! It has a typical Milanese glamour to it highlighted by the saturated color patterns that are different from room to room. When it comes to furniture the exposition presents a mix from both the vintage markets in Italy and a range of contemporary pieces by designers either from Italy or from other countries (including places such as Sweden, or the Czech Republic).
Among the list of PallermoUno are iron dining room chairs by Mario Milana, vintage seats reupholstered with fabric by Kirby Design, Marzotto Edizioni tables among many other furniture items. When it comes to the decoration the ceiling has chandeliers from Mason Editions, pendant lamps by Tala and also lanterns by glassmaker Bomma.
Wannenes’ intention was to create an easygoing atmosphere in order to make her guests feel like their within a community, especially young people interested in the world of design. Every object inside the PallermoUno gallery is for sale and Sophie promises to renovate the list of objects and furniture regularly.