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Circuiti di Senso: the poetic worlds of Tamara Repetto

Circuiti di Senso: the poetic worlds of Tamara Repetto

Gaggenau opens the exhibition of artist Tamara Repetto in its Milan space. Open until 18 July, the exhibition investigates the primordial sense of smell, offering the visitor an experiential journey
Risultato di traduzione Whirlpool wins the IF Design Awards with the Synesthetic Swirl installation

Risultato di traduzione Whirlpool wins the IF Design Awards with the Synesthetic Swirl installation

Designed by Whirpool in collaboration with Odile Decq for the major Interni 2023 exhibition-event, Design Re-Evolution, the Synesthetic Swirl installation received the IF Design Awards for the Interior Architecture/Installations category
Italian brands in New York during the Design Week

Italian brands in New York during the Design Week

As New York City gears up for its Design Week, with ICFF and with the NYCxDesign Festival, Italian brands contribute to the kermesse with activities in their showrooms
Hallucination, a false perception in the absence of real input

Hallucination, a false perception in the absence of real input

The installation by Lashup Concept Design Studio can be visited until 15 May 2024 at Superattico in Via Eustachi 40, in Milan
The Calder exhibition in Lugano is a must-see, and here is why

The Calder exhibition in Lugano is a must-see, and here is why

Confronting the work of the artist who, with his sculptures, defined emptiness and time, teaches how to give body and matter to concepts such as lightness and movement
Frammenti: inspired by classical art with a view to the future of marble

Frammenti: inspired by classical art with a view to the future of marble

The new collection was designed for Margraf by architect, designer and artist Raffaello Galiotto, who told us how the project came about
Gilda Bojardi ambassador at Italian Design Day in New York

Gilda Bojardi ambassador at Italian Design Day in New York

On May 20, the director of Interni will talk about the "production of values: incisiveness, innovation and sustainability" and the 70 years of the magazine
NYCxDesign Festival: what's happening in New York from May 16th to 23rd

NYCxDesign Festival: what's happening in New York from May 16th to 23rd

The design week involves NoMad, Madison, SoHo, Chelsea and beyond: what to see and when at the NYCxDesign Festival from 16 to 23 May 2024

INTERIOR

London calling! How to furnish your home in London style

London calling! How to furnish your home in London style

To bring the London mood into the walls of your home, yes to a palette of neutral tones (never without London's famous smoky grey), thick carpets and furniture inspired by the austere and very charming elegance of the UK capital. Starting with an impressive library
Il Sereno Lago di Como: designer living room with two Michelin keys

Il Sereno Lago di Como: designer living room with two Michelin keys

For architecture lovers and hospitality enthusiasts: a luxury hotel with a rationalist soul designed by Patricia Urquiola, according to the heartfelt indications of the property
The house in the woods

The house in the woods

On the Key peninsula in Washington state, a refuge house surrounded by nature: where nature itself, with its colors and its atmospheres, inspires the project
Keyword: lightness

Keyword: lightness

Spring, time to lighten the domestic setting. From textiles to furnishing accessories, without forgetting the color choices, here's how to make a happy transition to your summer home
Mattresses and pillows, allies of sleep never again without

Mattresses and pillows, allies of sleep never again without

Sleeping long and well also depends on the choice of quality furnishing accessories, starting from the mattress and pillows. Here, then, are the tips for purchasing and a showcase with the products in which to invest
In Oslo, a minimalist attic pervaded by light

In Oslo, a minimalist attic pervaded by light

Located on the seventh floor of a traditional Norwegian building, this large apartment with clean lines is characterized by a domed window with triangular portions that let in a powerful wave of daily light
5 architecture and design books to read in May 2024

5 architecture and design books to read in May 2024

Dadaist advertisements, Noguchi's small objects, the serial products (and philosophy) of a modern-day French designer, plus a tributo to Italo Rota
Spring reading tips

Spring reading tips

In the season which, together with spring, brings designers, architects and international visitors to the Salone del Mobile and the Fuorisalone to Milan, five titles (including new releases and a reprint) to keep with you so as not to lose your bearings among the many stimuli, appointments and new suggestions
5 architecture and design books to read in February 2024

5 architecture and design books to read in February 2024

Twenty years of work across seven houses by Filippo Caprioglio; a tour of Daniela Terragni's refined interiors and a selection of lamps and furnishings designed by Massimiliano Locatelli. There's this (and much more) in five titles hot off the press
Gianfranco Frattini, the designer of attention

Gianfranco Frattini, the designer of attention

A book, edited by Emanuela Frattini Magnusson, recounts the work of Gianfranco Frattini: a designer who designed with love and attention (from yellow helmets for construction sites to sofas)
5 architecture and design books to read in January 2024

5 architecture and design books to read in January 2024

The first 2024 episode of the small Interni bookshop opens with some of the most interesting publications released just a few days ago and with... a promise. Two of the best ways to start the new year. Happy New Year!
12 books on design and architecture of 2023 that we will remember

12 books on design and architecture of 2023 that we will remember

From the books column of Interni (and not only) here are 12 book titles published in the year that is about to end that we will remember

STORIES

Beltrade: the story of a vintage cinema of today

Beltrade: the story of a vintage cinema of today

The Beltrade in NoLo in Milan is a cinema "like those of the past": co-curator Paola Corti explains to us how it was born and how it is curated to make the big screen return to warming hearts and brains
DESIGN INDEX