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Former caves are converted into contemporary interiors in Italy: La Dimora di Metello

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Today we have the most gorgeous example of a successful mix of contemporary interiors and antique walls. If - at first glance - this looks like a cave to you, then you are right! It does, because these used to be ancient housings. Located in Matera, a southern - italian village, this town is world famous for cave-dwellings. Carved thousands of …

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The first public residential project by Rossana Orlandi

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I still recall the day I discovered Spazio Rossana Orlandi three years ago during the Milan design week. It's been ever since a must-visit on the packed program. But I guess the first time you visit her former factory hits you most. The space hosts young talents, renown designers and a concept store. Whatever or whomever she puts on her list …

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Interior Photography with Beppe Brancato

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The fascination with Italian photographers continues! We’ve been looking forward to share these incredible images for a longer time now: a while ago we featured a little snippet of Interior Photography with Beppe Brancato as you can travel back in time to see it here. Today we would love to share more of his stunning interior photography, and it is no …

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Lorenzo Pennati Photography

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One of my favorite discoveries this year has been Milanese based photographer Lorenzo Pinnati who by the way, has been one of the most creative about me texts I have seen, and which wants me to rewrite mine immediately. Once you have seen several series, you can clearly recognize his signature style. Lorenzo Pennati Photography When you browse through his portfolio, you might see …

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The green home of Antonio Sciortino

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This is home of House Antonino Sciortino, a Milan-based artist and former dancer who expresses his creativity in his iron works though he looks like an all-round creative soul to me observing the images below. He was born in Palermo in 1962. At the age of eight, he began to forge in his father's shop smaller objects with pieces of soft wire …

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Urban Jungle Trend the Italian Way

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You all know by now how much I love Italian Design. This is with no doubt one of the most beautiful editorial shots I have ever seen. And it is no surprise that the photographer behind this production has been none other than Lorenzo Pennati. Let's call this shot the Urban Jungle Trend the Italian Way. Styling: Cristina Nava | Photography:  Lorenzo …

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