Luxury Showrooms and Concept Stores play an essential element for interior designers. We selected the most coveted luxury stores and showrooms in the city with the best home design products, as well as amazing shop interiors. If you will be in Milan from 7th to 12th June 2022, visit us at Salone del Mobile 2022!
Discover the best luxury showrooms in Milan!
The Amini luxury showroom (designed by Elisa Ossino Studio) invites fun and unexpected graphic patterns on vibrant textiles around an all-white locale. Exuding Italian design culture, spaces incorporate handmade rugs, which are displayed like paintings in an important art gallery. Here, environments have been studied to create a kind of continuous, single-material box, hiding and cancelling doors and closets to engage visitors with an exuberant showing of textile design.
This Milan Luxury Showroom opened in 2008 and was completely renovated in 2018. This space is the first Italian brand flagship store and wants to provide a new framework to discuss the design and groped to define future features.
Bisazza’s flagship store opened during Milan Design Week 2019. There, over 200 square meters became large windows in the front, illuminating the brand’s different collections together with pieces from the bathroom series. Interiors of the space include natural colours pulled from the parquet, which are paired to pearl grey walls enriched with three columns clad in a gold mosaic from Bisazza.
Bredaquaranta luxury showrooms might just be the best in Milan! Presenting a selection of luxury furniture, lighting, home décor, and textiles these incredible showrooms.
Caccaro’s flagship store presents itself not only as a mere storefront, but a meeting place for entrepreneurs, designers, architects, and customers. Here, 220 square meters are divided across levels connected by a succession of ups and downs, where the brand displays its latest in a maze of innovative environments.
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Cappellini Point opened during the recent Milan Design Week. The intimate yet dynamic context recreating the hyper-realistic atmosphere of a private loft is the visual statement of Cappellini’s vision around design and lifestyle. Projects can be found spread across two main space volumes inviting guests to interact with products and enjoy a moment of relaxing or exchange views with the company and those in attendance in intimate surroundings. An avant-garde creative workshop made of design objects and advanced scenic technologies, art masterpieces and pops of colour on tapestry and architectural elements that define the style of Cappellini.
The luxury showroom of one of the most interesting Italian design brands in Milan! Founded in 1927 this luxury showroom features the work of many architects and designers. The Art Director of Cassina nowadays is Patricia Urquiola, one of the most influential Italian interior designers.
In the heart of Brera, Ceramica Cielo’s showroom expands with display windows and fluid and dynamic space sprawling over 150 square meters. Highlighting the chromatic properties of ceramic, art directors Andrea Parisio and Giuseppe Pezzano incorporate their signature stylings with harmonious forms in a space evoking new bathroom concepts that unite artisanal techniques with renovated stylistic studies.
For over twenty years, the Corso Europa showroom has been the reference window for the best design and furnishing companies, in Italy and all over the world. A space completely dedicated to interior design, that with its 1400 square meters is one of the largest furnishing flagship stores in Milan and it has been the partner by the excellence of SAG80 Group for years. Unexpected and customized solutions, for private customers and contracts, a dynamic vision of design in line with the changing needs of an ever-evolving market.
Daytona expands in a 100 square meter luxury showroom to recount ancient crafts, high-quality artisanal work, and industrial innovation with a keen eye for details. The brand — originally from Tuscany — works mostly on residential projects between the kitchen, dining area, living room, home office, and night areas. To complete the offer is a collection of Made in Italy rugs, panels, lamps and accessories.
This space in Brera functions as a luxury showroom for their growing line of covetable furniture, which is artfully mixed with mid-century collectables.
The Flagship Store Febal Casa Brera epitomizes the retail concept of the brand and, alongside kitchen displays, also has areas dedicated to night-time and living room décor, to wholly embrace the brand’s offer of a total look.
13 – Foscarini
Foscarini is an innovative Italian lighting brand and company that views each lamp as a passion project, fueled by an appreciation for and strong understanding of timeless and contemporary design. Creating unique products that boast a strong personality, Foscarini presents a marvellous luxury Showroom holding a deep knowledge of the lighting industry and maintains a steadfast reputation.
This gallery is an obligatory must-stop spot for young designers, seen as this is one of the most revered platforms for avant-garde Design and Lifestyle. If you’re lucky you might even have a chance to meet the revered designer Rossana Orlandi in the flesh.
The Gallotti & Radice luxury showroom has crafted a hub for the domestic habitat. Within a historic Milanese building, the 200 square meter showroom is organized across 2 levels connected by a double-height space with a crystal balustrade (the material that gave the Lombard brand its start). Today, the label’s wide gamut of furniture solutions includes design lamps and chandeliers conceived for diverse creative personalities in a stylistic mix and match.
Located in the heart of the Brera design district, this luxury showroom was born from an upholsterer family brand. Nowadays this showroom offers the best of design, offering not only the furnishings but also architecture and interior design service, making Il Piccolo one of the best luxury showrooms in Milan!
The prestigious Illulian showroom, located in Milan fashion district via Manzoni 41, frames the wide range of models produced by the company, including innovative proposals characterized by a contemporary design open to the influences of the latest trends in design and fashion.
Interni has been focusing on the design and decoration of homes and offices. Interni Group has carried its brand name with the most eminent Italian and International brands of furniture and design.
19 – Living Divani
Living Divani is an Italian brand and company leader in the manufacturing of sofas and upholstered armchairs. Perfect, harmonious proportions and a feeling of understated luxury: are the distinguishing features of this luxury brand.
Lladró showroom presents a unique concept and exhibits their exclusive collections of sculptures, High Porcelain, lighting, home décor and fashion accessories, the boutique also highlights the brand’s close bonds with art, crafts, and design.
Magis Showroom success is based on the wish to provide users with access to highly functional and technological quality products for the home, developed in partnership with major international product designers, with a vision of the resulting products that are ethical and poetic as well as aesthetic.
A space designed to capture the essence and identity of the Minotti as an Italian brand has now become its permanent expression in the most effective and authentic way. Signed by Studio Dordoni Architetti, Spazio Minotti is located in an industrial complex in Meda, the company’s premises.
23 – Molteni
The Molteni group is one of Italy’s leading international furnishings companies. It consists of four companies: Molteni&C SpA (home furnishings), Unifor SpA (office furnishings), Dada SpA (kitchens) and Citterio SpA (office furnishings and partitions). Molteni also offers global furnishing in Italy and in over eighty countries all over the world.
The story of the luxury brand Moooi is a story of love. Moooi develops its own fresh approach to product with a unique style and presents creative luxury for a well-curated life. Exclusive, daring, playful, exquisite and based on the belief that design is a question of love.
Moroso has been working with some of the world’s most talented designers to produce luxury furniture pieces like sofas and seating since 1952. This high-end brand offers unique products due to the combined talents of 70 master artisans, a network of trusted suppliers, the use of high-quality materials and true attention to detail.
26 – Nilufar Depot
This gallery was created by Nina Yashar and it’s located near the Garibaldi train station. In this three-floor space, you can expect to be amazed by the huge atrium, inspired by La Scala opera house with the special touch of several vintages and colorful design elements.
Poltrona Frau, backed by a great history and tradition, lives in the present. This luxury brand interpreters of timeless beauty, the company believes in the designs and materials that guarantee wellbeing.
In the heart of Milan’s Fashion District, Porada has taken well to the spaces of Via Borgospesso 18. Studied atmospheres slip into the city’s swankiest streets with ease in a location outfitted with decorations and precious materials clad in elegant, backlit wainscoting in wood and wallpaper as well as smooth bronze surfaces. The result? A series of warm and refined environments calling on the stylistic sensibilities of the 50’s and 60’s, where Eighteen, the latest collection, sits alongside bestsellers from previous series.
SAG’80 Group is a leading player which operates in the sectors of design and furnishing in Milan through its four luxury showrooms. In each of our showrooms, you will find an exclusive selection of the best Italian and international design brands.
Spotti Milano has been selecting and showcasing the best interior design solutions for a complete and tailored project. A great furniture and accessories selection of the best Italian and international brands will help you to create a space that reflects your personality.
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