The Ultimate Fun Guide For Milan Design Week 2019 – After we revealed the top boutique hotels for an incredible stay, is time for you to get to know the best must-visit places in Milan… Save a little of your time in the high-fashion city and visit all of these incredible places that are on our fun guide!
Now you’re wondering “but isn’t the main attraction of Milan Design Week 2019 are the multiple interior design events in the city?” YES, there is no doubt about it… However, after you finish your incredible interior design experience, make sure you save some time to visit the best fine dining restaurants, amazing art galleries, and unique design showrooms from the top luxury brands. This way you’ll get the ultimate Milan design experience! Don’t know where to start? Here are our top must-visit places to get you started.
Fine Dining Restaurants & Bars
Carlo e Camilla In Segheria offers a concert of clear and unexpected details and flavours, made with very high-quality raw materials, selected according to the seasons and with products of the region. Led by the Chef Luca Pedata, the dishes are made with simplicity and rigour, reinterpreting tradition in a contemporary version.
The restaurant named after chef Andrea Berton is located in the futuristic Porta Nuova district. The ultra-modern aspects of its contest, mirror the foundations of his minimalist, elegant cuisine featuring instantly recognizable, prime ingredients where the creative choice focuses on the evolution rather than the uprooting of tradition.
This ultra-chic bar and lounge Dolce & Gabbana Bar Martini is the result of a partnership between two of Italy’s best-known brands: the modern style of Dolce & Gabbana collides with the classic taste of Martini & Rossi vermouth.
Superstar Peruvian chef Jaime Pesaque has designed Pacifico Restaurant’s exclusive menu by merging Peruvian staples Ceviche and Tiradito with Chinese Dim Sum.
Trussardi Alla Scala is a high-end Italian and French fare with a creative twist served in an airy, contemporary dining room.
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Top Art Galleries And Museums
In line with constant efforts on the part of the municipal authorities to preserve the memory of the economic and social processes that have shaped the city’s identity, the Milan City Council took steps in 1990 to buy the old Ansaldo industrial plant at Porta Genova and use it for cultural services. The disused factories, authentic monuments of industrial archaeology, have been converted into studios, workshops and new creative spaces.
After seeing the last supper of DaVinci at the Santa Maria delle Grazie, you should visit the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Technologia Leonardo da Vinci where you can find more of his original drawings and numerous models of his scientific innovations. Moreover, it has interactive labs, a submarine exhibit, and a section devoted to science for young children.
If you love art, design and getting out of the city center, you’ll love Hangar Bicocca. Housed in a converted industrial building in an up-and-coming area outside the city center, Hangar Bicoccaattracts artsy types with its cutting edge exhibitions and workshops. This place is famous for its site-specific installations (similar to those at London’s Tate Modern) that over the years have included giant balloons and rooms set at -30 °C.
The gallery is located in a former industrial building, typical of the Milanese architecture. Since its opening, Galleria Carla Sozzani has established itself as one of the most important photography galleries in Italy. Over 200 exhibitions have been shown at the presence of famous photographers, often presenting works that had never been shown in Italy before: Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber, Bert Stern, Sarah Moon, Paolo Roversi, David Bailey, Hiro, David LaChapelle, amongst others.
The Museo del Novecento was established on 6 December 2010 with the goal of spreading knowledge of 20th-century art and offering a more comprehensive insight into the collections that the city of Milan has inherited over time. Besides its core exhibition activity, the Museum is active in the conservation, investigation, and promotion of 20th century Italian cultural and artistic heritage with the final aim of reaching an ever wider audience.
Best Interior Design Showrooms
Dimore Studio is curating three separate events for Milan design week. The first, Dimore Gallery, will present an installation of iconic 20th-century design and an installation called Limited Edition which consists of six shop front windows filled with items from the late 1800s and early 1900s that have been deconstructed and updated with modern lacquers and materials.
Lladró showroom presents a unique concept and exhibiting their exclusive collections of sculptures, High Porcelain, lighting, home décor and fashion accessories, the boutique also highlights the brand’s close bonds with art, crafts, and design.
During the design week, the incredible showroom is full of the interior designer latest collections and a brand new layout!
A space designed to capture the essence and identity of the Minotti brand has now become its permanent expression in the most effective and authentic way. Signed by Studio Dordoni Architetti, Spazio Minotti is located in an industrial complex in Meda, the company’s premises.
The story of the brand Moooi is a story of love. Moooi develops its own fresh approach to product and style and presents creative luxury for a well-curated life. Exclusive, daring, playful, exquisite and based on the belief that design is a question of love.
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