5 design galleries in Milan
1) Galleria Luisa Delle Piane
The elegant Milanese gallery owner Luisa Delle Piane is well-known in the industry. Her research into the decorative arts of the 20th century began in the 1970s, and continues unabated today. An ever-attentive interpreter of cultural change, she organises interesting exhibitions and installations and creates some exclusive pieces of furniture.
2) Galleria Clio Calvi Rudy Volpi
An address to add to your travel notebook. The Clio Calvi and Rudy Volpi gallery shows the work of such artists as Andrea Branzi, Haruka Fujita, Harush Shlomo and Nicoletta Morozzi, always offering a refined and never boring perspective on art. Its exhibitions are among the most popular in Milan.
3) Galleria Anna Maria Consadori
Ceramics, lamps, and furnishings created by designers such as Giò Ponti, Ignazio Gardella and Enzo Mari are flanked by contemporary paintings and sculptures, selected by Anna Maria Consadori. The architect and daughter of the painter Silvio Consadori, her space is located in Brera, historically the artists’ district.
A Wunderkammer, a place where – thanks to the many decades of experience and passion of Paolo Badesco – objects of different origins and periods are shown together. The studio advises customers how to they can add a sophisticated and poetic touch to their homes. Head to the Corso Magenta (10) branch, which has a bar, for more vintage items.
The most iconic objects and pieces of contemporary furniture are displayed in a space that dates from the 1980s. They have all been chosen for their communicative value, as well as their functionality, speaking multiple languages, understanding each other, and the public. The windows of this striking space overlook Via Solferino.
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