Villa Necchi Campiglio
Set in a beautiful garden with tall magnolia trees, this villa is a symbol of Milan’s modernist imaginings in the early 1930s. Designed...
Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti
This gallery is in the former studio of Lucio Fontana and has a similar stable of conceptual and Arte Povera artists as Christian Stein,...
Galleria Christian Stein
Artists shown here include Arte Povera proponents such as Mario Merz and Alighiero Boetti and Transavantgardist Mimmo Paladino.
While Italy never needed an answer to Starbucks, Parma-import Lino’s takes up the challenge nicely with highly credible coffee and some...
It’s not just expats that flock to this small cafe for brownies, bagels, cheesecake or late-night burgers. Even when you have the...
Lonely Planet review
Zanotta has worked with the best (Enzo Mari, Bruno Munari and Ettore Sottsass to name a few) but is most famous for bringing the body-hugging, structure-free sacco , or beanbag, to the world, bang on time for postbarricade debriefs. Also of the same vintage and still in production is the Quaderna table, launched by antidesign outfit Superstudio in 1970, and pointedly made in cheap, gridded laminate to express, ah, ‘political disillusionment’. In comparison, current-day experimentation can come across as a little try-hard.