Milan Design Week, the city opens secret magic places

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One of the many great upsides of the design week is the opening of gates that are usually closed during the year; Milan is famous for its courtyards, churches, cloisters and historical buildings. These spaces, for a few days, become accessible to everyone and magnificently set up by the works of brands and designers that use their know how to enhance spaces and peculiarities.

During this week Milanese people get to know their city in depth and everyone falls in love again with it. Here are the fantastic locations to visit during next Fuorisalone, to give in to the charm of Lombardy’s capital.

Interni Human Spaces
(Orto Botanico di Brera – Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 10)

Orto Botanico Brera

Living Objects Artemest
(TED Milano – Via Giovanni Randaccio, 5)

La stanza di Filippo de Pisis. Luigi Vittorio Fossati Bellani e la sua collezione
(Villa Necchi Campiglio – FAI – Via Mozart, 14)

Louis Vuitton – Objets Nomades
(Palazzo Serbelloni – Corso Venezia, 16)

Palazzo Serbelloni

Conifera – COS × Mamou-Mani
(Palazzo Isimbardi – Corso Monforte, 35)

Palazzo Isimbardi

An Extraordinary World by Marc Ange
(Palazzo Cusani – Via Brera, 13-15)

palazzo cusani

The Secret Place of Design
(Chiostro Grande di San Simpliciano – Via Cavalieri del Santo Sepolcro, 3)

S. Simpliciano Chiostro Grande
credit Giovanni Dall’Orto

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