I’ve been suffering from this grey, cold January weather this year, so I’ve been looking around for short escape out of London.
While doing my research I bumped into this super unique minimal luxury hotel located on an old coal Crane on the Nordhavn harbour in Copenhagen.
Designed by Arcgency the industrial space has been converted into a luxury private retreat experience for just 2 hosts.
Next week the Milan Design Week kicks off (also called il ‘Salone del Mobile’), I’ll be spending just a couple of days there and I can’t wait for it.
Milan is showing off the best of itself during the week and all the showrooms and art galleries open their doors to design events and installations. In this city furniture is almost as important as food, so don’t forget to treat yourself to a nice meal. Here’s my top 10 list of cafes and restaurants around the city.
1/ 10 CORSO COMO
This cafe’ is hidden inside a traditional Mialense Courtyard, once you crossed the door from the busy/party Corso Como road you’ll find yourself transported into this amazing space: it’s a cafe, a fashion shop and also an art gallery and bookshop at the first floor. It’s definitely one of my favourite places in Milan, I have to say, I never try the food, but I had coffee and drinks few times and I’ve never been disappointed!
It’s been a week since I’ve come back from that incredible city and I’d like to share with you a quick shopping design guide. I hope you’ll enjoy it!
An amazing showroom with a collection of modernist Danish Designs sourced directly from Denmark restored and upholsteried by the owners.
The space inside is full of incredible iconic chairs, tables and cabinets.
I promise you this is the last post about my recent trip to Sweden, but I can’t resist sharing few pics I took of the Airbnb we were staying in.
Hello, here’s the second part of my Design Guide of Gothenburg. I shot so many photos that it took me a while to organise and edit all of them. (p.s. Have a look at my Flickr Album for more city and architectural photos …)