Spotti Milano is an historic design shop in Milan that those who live there certainly know. Spotti Milano has become a landmark in the sector thanks to its transversal furnishing offer that ranges from the great classics to the innovations in the world of interior design. The founders Claudio and Mauro Spotti carry out with passion a continuous research of the best brands and products in the market.
Spotti Milan has just changed its look, reinventing once again its spaces in viale Piave 27. The new layout was conceived by the Quincoces-Dragò studio, founded by Fanny Bauer Grung and David Lopez Quincoces.
The spaces of the store have been redefined by recreating a house with its different environments: living area, lounge area, sleeping area, meeting area and an additional living area and dining area at the back.
The style perfectly reflects the style of Quincoces-Dragò and I really like it: clean forms, natural light, attention to detail and taylor-made finishes. Neutral colors and warm materials such as the wood paneling and the soft fabrics make the space elegant but extremely warm and welcoming.
The furnishings chosen also reflect all the trends of the moment, such as the curvy sofas I mentioned here, the brass lamps and accessories, the marble and the material finishes. It ranges from made in Italy to Nordic classics with a vintage style but revised in a contemporary way.
Sofa Julep by Tacchini – armchairs Pacha by Gubi – floor lamp Gräshoppa by Gubi – Tube Chandeliers designed by Michael Anastassiades.
Armchairs Pacha by Gubi – floor lamp Gräshoppa by Gubi
Table Elliot by De La Espada, chairs Gomito by SEM, lamp Modo Chandelier by Roll & Hill, chest of drawers USM
Coffee table by B&B Italia, sofa Sesann by Tacchini, daybed by Carl Hansen and armchairs Roly-Poly by Toogood
Coffee table by B&B Italia, sofa Sesann by Tacchini, chais CH22 by Carl Hansen
Consolle Butterfly red designed by Hannes Peer for SEM andValentina Cameranesi Sgroi vases from the collection Simultanea for SEM
Here I have prepared a selection of the piece in the exhibition that I like the most right now. The two lamps are not seen in the pictures above but I saw them in the store (I had talked about Serge Mouille’s lamps in this post).
1. Standing lamp N.1 – designed by Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen – Valerie Objects
2. Chairs Roly-Poly – Toogood
3. Armchairs Pacha – Gubi
4. Lamp MSC-R2C – designed by Serge Mouille
5. Sofa Julep – Tacchini
6. Vases Simultanea – SEM- designed by Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi
Photo credits: Alberto Spada
Shopping list: Mariana Bettinelli