This week is the design week in Milan, where all you going to see is design and interiors. From the 4th to 9th April the grandiose design show – iSaloni will take place. We know that you will be fully interested into interiors design, but probably during the evening, it would be relaxing to get away from the Furniture Design and try to explore Milan. Daily Design News offers you a small observation of places which is worth to visit.
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Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral)
You should start your tour of Milan by visiting the main Cathedral. This is one of the most iconic places in Milan. It is built in typical gothic style, it has impressive aesthetics, which will give you some inspiration and ideas to create new interiors projects.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
This gallery is the place that every tourist and visitor of Salone del Mobile Milano should visit. Is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world. As Milan is the italian shopping centre, this is one place you can’t miss and find there all the Italian Design Trends.
The next place every tourist and visitor of Salone del Mobile Milano should visit is Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the oldest shopping malls in the world. As Milan is italian shopping centre, this is the must place to visit and find there all Italian Design Trends.
Santa Maria Delle Grazie
You’re probably wondering why we are telling you to visit this church. This is Santa Maria delle Grazie, th most famous masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci.
Giò Marconi art gallery
This is the perfect place for those interested in avant-garde and works of artists such as Franz Ackermann, Rosa Barba, John Bock, Krestin Brätsch, Will Benedict, Matthew Brannon, Nathalie Djurberg and etc.
Galleria Carla Sozzani art gallery
This gallery is one of the most important photography galleries in Italy. To abstract from architecture, history and many more.
A Arte Invernizzi gallery
Italian’s gallery’s policy has been changed to stage exhibitions by artists of different generations, being them Italian or foreigners, in order to create a dialogue and allow comparisons, as well as provide the most complete overview of contemporary art.
Museum of Italian Design at Villa Reale in Monza
If you’re in Italy is normal if you come across with fashion, design and trends every day. And of course, Italians should have the best design and fashion museums, so if you are not tired of design after Salone del Mobile Milano, you should visit Museum of Italian Design at Villa Reale in Monza.
The sophisticated interior design of this restaurant is decorated with an elegance that combines the Armani style with traditional Japanese design.
Da Giacomo Bistrot
The Bistrot shows itself at its very best in the evenings, when the subdued lighting gives it a cosy but sophisticated nocturnal charm that invites intimacy.
T’a Milano- CHOCOLATE AS PASSION
This is the synthesis of history and innovation, quality and refinement, a new way, full of spontaneity, to propose the excellence and the class of Made in Italy.
We hope our small guide will help you a bit during iSaloni.