Plays of reflections and transparencies punctuate the new Spotti windows, where iconic furnishings with sinuous and welcoming lines contrast with the defined geometries of the glass, standing out against a mustard yellow carpet that emphasizes the contrasts and enhances their expressiveness.

Transparencies and expressive colors

The protagonist of the space is a selection of Glas Italia furnishings, the undisputed leader for its ability to give glass unprecedented shape and delicacy, transparencies and unexpected colors, also through characteristic processes capable of heating the rooms, enhancing their brightness.

In the area dedicated to dining, the absolute mirror of the large Prism table designed by Tokujin Yoshioka with clean and rigorous lines reflects the Fountain tables by the same designer made of cast Murano glass, which become a decorative sculptural element on this occasion.

  • Prism Mirror Table

  • Glas Italia

  • Price on request

Sofas with monumental shapes such as the Extra Soft by Living Divani and the On The Rocks by Edra follow one another in a single space dominated by the new carpet by cc-taps Noir Gris from the collection

Les Arches designed by Charlotte Perriand.

Riflessi e giochi di luce

An alternation of soft shapes and graphic elements where the creations of Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia, which have by now become an unmistakable brand, stand out like precious stones, starting from the iconic Shimmer iridescent table, to the Bisel tables with geometric and irregular shapes with special multichromatic bevels .

Accostamenti insoliti e superfici materiche

 The atmosphere is completed by a living area with unusual combinations: a Le Mura sofa by Tacchini in corduroy sits alongside an iconic chair by Pierre Paulin and the historic Utrecht armchairs by Cassina followed by Simoon coffee tables with an unexpectedly material surface in grit of Murano glass and in warm topaz and amethyst tones.

Reverberation is the common thread that guides every space, and it is thus that the gaze cannot fail to be attracted by the Shibam "totem" mirrors designed by an undisputed master of international design such as Ettore Sottsass and by the Oltralpe mirror cabinet designed by Inga Sempe' : a curved shape that makes the material elusive and almost liquid.

Spotti Milano

Viale Piave 27, Milan
Tel +39 02 781953

Kitchen Studio

Viale Piave 27, Milan
Tel +39 02 781953

Valcucine Milano Brera Garibaldi 99, Milan
Tel +39 02 6597588

Saba by Spotti

Viale Piave 4, Milan

Tel +39 02 76024349

Fast Milano

Via Cesare Battisti 1, Milan

Tel +39 02 25565227


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