Contagious vitality at Fragile in Milan

Designed by Alessandro Mendini, Fragile is a creative and vibrant showroom with both iconic pieces and almost forgotten finds, twentieth century design just waiting to be unearthed again.


Salvioni Milano Durini: a new interior design concept store

Six floors, five apartments, one showroom. Salvioni Design Solutions has recently opened interior design concept store Salvioni Milano Durini; this new 1100 sqm space is housed in an early twentieth century building in the heart of Milan.


Porcelain and lace, tableware for ladies at 1260 Grad in Munich

1260 Grad is the exciting showroom where master ceramist Petra Fisher makes her lace-printed plates.


At Lichterloh in Vienna, vintage Austrian-made design

Austrian design is not just about Jugendstil and Thonet, but also about extraordinary twentieth century furniture that needs to be rediscovered.


Design Post Köln, the station for modern interior design

Not to be missed in Cologne, a contemporary interior design showroom housed in a regenerated postal station.


Viadukt*3: an alternative must-see under a viaduct in Zürich

In the alternative district of the richest town in Switzerland, simple and functional reclaimed chairs, tables and lamps.


Bottega Ghianda, a new style of joinery

Bottega Ghianda is a traditional joinery tucked away in the Brera district, Milan, a stone’s throw away from San Carpoforo square. In fact, a couple of days ago, Bottega Ghianda, an iconic joinery renowned all around Italy, opened its new store.


Venini: new luxury in via Montenapoleone

Venini now takes its rightful place at the heart of the fashion quadrangle in the centre of Milan. In fact, on the 9th November 2016 Venini, world class manufacturer of Murano blown glass, opens its new showroom in the exclusive via Montenapoleone.


Scalo Milano: the largest shopping district in the world

Now the largest shopping district in the world, Scalo Milano City Style has just opened in Locate Triulzi, on the outskirts of the city of Milan. Scalo Milano focuses on three different areas – fashion, food and interior design – but it’s the latter which is its real beating heart; this is the first shopping district in Italy...