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Milan Always | Design Showrooms

We share our curated list of design showrooms to visit during Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile.Milano, and year-round.

Bocci

Via Lorenzo Mascheroni, 2, Milano, Italy

Vancouver-based Canadian lighting brand Bocci launched their first permanent home in Milan with an apartment in the area east of Parco Sempione. Their handmade glass lights are showcased in exceptional spaces in Berlin and Vancouver, and this showroom offers a similar level of serene beauty.

Bocci | Photography courtesy of Bocci

Fast

Via Cesare Battisti, 1, Milano, Italy

Outdoor furniture brand Fast launched its first official flagship store in Milan. The project is a joint venture between architecture and design studio Quincoces-Dragò & Partners and Spotti Milano and interprets the “Living in Nature” philosophy within an urban context.

Unifor | Photography by DSL Studio 

Unifor

Via Alessandro Manzoni, 40, Milano, Italy

Swiss-German brand Unifor is a serious figure in the high-end office market. It now has a space in Porta Nuova, Milan, created to do justice to their vast catalogue of designs by some of the world’s greatest designers, including Michele de Lucchi and Jean Nouvel. Herzog & de Meuron designed the showroom as a flexible meeting and exhibition space. 

Giorgetti

Via della Spiga, 31, Milano, Italy

Giorgetti a five-level luxury showroom on Milan’s premium fashion street Via della Spiga. The showroom is in a seventeenth-century building, though its classic façade is from the nineteenth century.

Cristina Rubinetterie | Photography courtesy of Cristina Rubinetterie

Cristina Rubinetterie

Via Pontaccio, 8/10, Milano, Italy

Designed by Elisa Ossino Studio, Cristina Rubinetterie is a monochromatic and textured space for discovering and testing the latest tap collections.

Porro

Via Visconti di Modrone, 29, Milano, Italy

After decades in Via Durini, the Porro brand, under the creative direction of Piero Lissoni, has moved to a new, larger location where the showroom is sure to be a design destination for years to come.

Porro | Photography courtesy of Porro

Cappellini

Via Borgogna, 8, Milano, Italy

After years in via Santa Cecilia, Cappellini have moved 250 metres down the road to a generous corner location in via Borgogna. This new central Milan space offers interior and outdoor spaces billed as an immersive journey through the brand’s iconic and contemporary designs.

Henge | Photography courtesy of Henge for Milan Design Week 2023

Henge | Photography courtesy of Henge for Milan Design Week 2023

Henge

Via della Spiga, 34, Milano, Italy

Henge has revealed their renovated showroom in via della Spiga. With their distinctive focus on experimental luxury and craft, the showroom reinforces this through the use of exotic materials and interesting forms.

This feature originally appeared in the Milan 2023 Special Issue of est magazine. 

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