Aesop Brera by Vincenzo de Cotiis Architects, Milan

Situated at Piazza del Carmine in Brera, Milan, the first Aesop Italian store was created in collaboration with local firm Vincenzo de Cotiis Architects. The design for the 60-square metre space was determined ...

28 sqm Apartment in Milan refurbished by studioWOK

In this renovation project lead by Milanese practice studioWOK the design challenge was to give to a small apartment of 28 sqm the living comfort of a bigger one. Minumum but livable service areas were designed...

Pasticceria Marchesi, Monte Napoleone

The opening of Pasticceria Marchesi in via Monte Napoleone, 9 marks the first expansion of the historic Milanese café from its original home in 191 years. Founded in 1824 in via Santa Maria alla Porta, in the ...

Fontanile Pool by LAD, Italy

Rome-based firm Laboratorio di Architettura e Design LAD has completed this swimming pool in the garden of a private villa that sits below the old city walls of the city of Tarquinia, around 55 miles north of t...

The Wings Sculptures by Libeskind at Expo 2015

Situated in the heart of the Expo Site, four 10 meter-high (33 ft.) shimmering tree-like sculptures designed by architectural Studio Libeskind, glitter with animations anchor the four corners of the Expo’s Pi...

ENEL Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by Piuarch

Among the many projects that animate the evenings of Expo 2015 in Milan, there’s the ENEL pavilion designed by Milanese studio Piuarch, that in the darkness reveals its most authentic and interactive nature. ...

Kenzo Milan Flagship Store

Kenzo has finally taken the wraps off of its newest boutique in Milan. Developed by creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, the flagship store has been fitted with brand’s latest approach to retail by...

Chained, Street Art Exhibition in Milan

Until July 31, 2015, Wunderkammern presents Chained, an international contemporary art event that brings together nine of the most important artists on the Urban Art scene today: 2501, Atomo, Borondo, BR1, C215...

Inflatable Brunelleschi’s Dome by Lapo Binazzi

Italian architect Lapo Binazzi has just revealed his unprecedented architectural artwork, "La Cupola Gonfiabile" (The Inflatable Dome ), designed in the 1960’s and now brought to life 50 years later. Brunell...

La Bottega del Vino Wine Shop & Bistro in Milan

Italian studio SGS Architetti Associati has designed La Bottega del Vino, a wine shop but also a small bistro located near the Sempione Park and the Civic Arena in Milan. The challenge of this project was...

Priceless Milano Pop Up Restaurant by Park Associati

Priceless Milano is a temporary installation located on top of Palazzo Beltrami in Piazza della Scala, Milan. This structure, designed by Park Associati, can be moved around and placed on top of existing build...

Alcantara-Wood by nendo

Janapese studio nendo has realized the alcantara-wood, a new material made up with layers of the Italian synthetic chamois. By using this new material, nendo has realized a collection of furniture which are on ...

Anish Kapoor’s Descension at Galleria Continua

Internationally acclaimed as one of the most significant contemporary artists, Anish Kapoor returns to Italy with Descension, an exhibition project conceived specially for the former cinema and theatre space of...

A Look Inside The New Armani/Silos Space

Armani/Silos is a living, open-to-the-public space illustrating Giorgio Armani’s professional experience, revealing a rich heritage of unique know-how: a space in which to design the future, a showcase of new...

Bahrain Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by Anne Holtrop

Dutch architect Anne Holtrop designs the Bahrain Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 designed as a peaceful oasis of green in the Expo site. With ten distinctive fruit gardens, containing trees that will be fruit–b...

Russia Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by SPEECH

Located on the Expo’s main street Decumano, the Russia Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by Moscow-base architecture studio SPEECH is a 3,260 square meter building which features a 30-meter long floating entrance...

Italy Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by Nemesi

Reaching a total height of 35 meters, the Italy Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by Nemesi & Partners is the only structure that will remain on site after the six month event. The building consists of th...

Edible Monsters Installation by Zim&Zou, Milan

Creative French duo Zim&Zou has filled the windows of la Rinascente in Milan of genetically engineered creatures to tell how the use of chemicals is harmful to health. To mark the opening of Expo Milano 201...

Slovenia Pavilion for Expo 2015 by SoNo Arhitekti

Composed of five prismatic structures, whose shape is reminiscent of a cultivated landscape, the Slovenia Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 responds to the event’s theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life...