Alfonso Femia is an interior designer who is known for having developed a “research around matter” which led him to collaborate on a myriad of design projects with several international companies. He’s become one of the most remarkable designers in Italy from the 90s to today. Milan Design Agenda will be […]
Stefano Giovannoni is a top Italian interior designer that stands out for his eccentric designs that are recognized at an international level. Born in La Spezia, he lives and works in Milan as an industrial, interior designer and architect. Today, Milan Design Agenda is about to unveil an exclusive interview, where you’re about […]
Designed by American artist Kris Ruhs, this courtyard café is part of Carla Sozzani’s multifunctional arts complex, which includes a hotel, shop and restaurant. A favourite with fashion folk and celebrities (Giorgio Armani is said to be a regular, and the whole place was sealed off when Madonna paid a visit), it occupies an old casa a ringhiera (working-class apartment building). With this, would you add 10 Corso Como to your Milan City Guide? Even if you’re with some doubts, Milan Design Agenda provide you some more key factors.
Located in an industrial building in the inner courtyard of a traditional Milanese palazzo. 10 Corso Como is a network of spaces all rolled into one experience. Founded in 1990, 10 Corso Como is a multifunctional space, a meeting place, union of culture and commerce and marks the beginning of total shopping.
Visitors and customers move from one insight to the next, from the Gallery to the Bookshop; from the design and fashion store to the Restaurant and the Café; rest in the courtyard garden or stay in the 3 Rooms hotel and share in the philosophy of 10 Corso Como.
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