It’s called “Savona 18 Suites” and it’s the new boutique hotel designed by Aldo Cibic, located in the heart of Tortona Design District, in the Navigli neighbourhood, in Milan. This boutique hotel is as intimate and welcoming as any home!
2017 was the time of Hypernature, thanks to the Milanese designer Gianpaolo Venier’s creative flair; this is the year of Modulor however, a tribute that the young architect Marco Lavit pays to Le Corbusier.
Everyone knows that the Venice Lagoon is composed by many different islands and there are some that still elude most people. San Servolo is one, the closest islands to the old town centre, in front of the Giardini di Venezia, at the intersection between the Lazzaretto and San Nicolò canals.
Since a little over a month ago, the “island of happiness” too has its own museum. Designed by Jean Nouvel, the new Louvre Museum was constructed a patch of dry land known as Saadyat (the island of happiness) in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.
If you have ever strolled down the Navigli neighbourhood in Milan, you will have certainly come across many leafy courtyards and old buildings with peeling facades, the guardians of magical kingdoms.
A lakeside view, and a dream-like mood. This is what the new boutique hotel Casa Fantini/Lake time is all about, overlooking the Orta lake, right in the heart of Pella, the same town where the Fantini headquarters are located.
Iconic period home in the heart of Milan, Palazzo Litta has been turned into a real cultural centre. In fact, open to the public from October, the new multidisciplinary space Palazzo Litta Cultura is set to put on a wide range of events from a variety of different fields that include: art, design, photography, cinema, music, theatre and dance.
What better time than summer, to visit some of the most beautiful villas and other places of historic interest protected by the FAI. For those of you who need to be clued in, the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) is an Italian private non-profit organization that preserves the local building heritage...