Milan Design Week: A Milan City Guide For Design Lovers

Milan Design Week is bringing design to the entire city of Milan, from exhibitions to events, cocktail parties and tributes to architects and interior designers. Today, we’re showing you the best spots around the city to enjoy design to the maximum, from coffee shops to restaurants. Come on this journey with us!


SEE ALSO: 5 Bars In Milan You Can’t Miss During iSaloni 2019


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On Via 28, you’ll find the right spot for a coffee break. Caffè Fernanda is the focal point in Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery, serving sweet cakes, coffee and evening cocktails. With a stunning decor, this incredible spot in Milan features sweet teal walls and furnishings by Italian brand Pedrali.

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Hotel Room Mate Giulia, located in the famous Piazza del Duomo has just the right balance of colors that fit so perfectly the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola. With 85 guest rooms, the hotel has furniture made-to-measure from Cassina, never leaving the works of various local artists.

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Located on 5 Via Alessandro Manzoni, Tom Dixon’s first showroom and restaurant in Europe will be the centre stage of the launch of three product ranges of the designer. The Manzoni space aims to offer a special occasion for shopping to it’s customers in Europe.

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A contemporary design gallery in the heart of the Brera district is waiting for you with mesmerizing furniture and art. Gallery Palermo Uno by Sophie Wannenes is going to be open until July and the space itself will surely surprise you in the best way. Richly tones walls, antiques and contemporary design blend together like no other.

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In Via Giuseppe Meda, 24, Carlo and Camilla by Tanja Solci is the restaurant to stop by. Headed by Neapolitan chef Luca Pedata, the menu is changeable according to ingredients in season. An Italian restaurant that has the aura of the old fashioned Italian soul with all the novelties of the world of design.


READ MORE: The Milan Design Week Events And Parties You Can’t Miss


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