The path that I followed between Cordusio and Porta Venezia led me to visit different installations in some of the historic palaces and courtyards of Milan!
Below are the installations and events in this area, also shared on the Stories of my Instagram profile! For those who want to follow my travels live.
HAY AT PALAZZO CLERICI
In the splendid rooms of Palazzo Clerici you can admire some pieces of the famous Danish brand HAY (which I personally love).
In the courtyard of the beautiful building of Corso Magenta, you will be welcomed by Tempietto del bosco, the evocative installation by the London studio Asif Khan, in his debut at Design Week.
Around the courtyard and in the rooms you can see other interesting and very creative installations!
Accompany the event aperitifs, dinners, breakfasts that (it seems) are by invitation … but you can always try!
DUTCH DESIGN AT PALAZZO TURATI
Immerse yourself in an imaginary 5-star hotel in Palazzo Turati, Via Meravigli 7!
CLUB UNSEEN BY STUDIO PEPE – PIAZZA TRICOLORE AREA
Why should they keep the location of this event hidden, which can only be accessed by invitation? Honestly, I do not share the choice and all the secrecy that they wanted to create. Members enter showing a tattoo sent a few days before the event. It does a lot of “masonry”!
However, it is possible to view the collection of Ceramica Bardelli, partner of the event, every day until 16:00.
ETHIMOlogy – CORSO MAGENTA 11
In a beautiful courtyard that is discovered almost by chance. You do not have to be afraid, enter, pass the tables where some customers are enjoying an aperitif, and go deeper into the garden! You will find a beautiful interior courtyard furnished with Ethimo outdoor furniture.
AUDI CITY LAB – CORSO VENEZIA 11
A truly incredible scene, it deserves to be seen in the evening!
Installation signed by Mad Architects.
If you want to take some scenic photos, the installation made for COS at Palazzo Isimbardi is right for you!
CASA SKY Q
You can also come across the SKY Q Tram. You can go up, it’s free!
The project is edited by Peter Bottazzi, architect, designer and set designer. It is a house without barriers, within which the Sky programs light the rooms and give them life.
What do you say? Have you already seen any of these installations? Tell me all!