Good morning! I hope you were able to watch yesterday‘s videos of the Salone visit. Today I am sharing with you the last two we have been filming.
The next clip is about an unexpected and not planned visit. I had spotted on other Instagram feeds the most amazing images, and we thought having a quick look would be of no harm wanting to go at some point anyhow to the San Babila area. That was the opportunity to step into nothing less than one of Milan’s well preserved palazzos were Napoleon Bonaparte would live in 1796.
Have you ever dreamed about being in a speechless environment as an adult swinging from one end to the other in a historical ‘salon’?
Please enlarge the screen to see the videos in its best quality!
Milan uses its historical locations throughout the different districts so beautifully these days. You have to see this one in the following clip set up at the San Simpliciano cloistered courtyard. Thanks to the mirror tiles on the floor, we were able to enjoy an extraordinary visual impact throughout the day which would change with the day light!
I hope those of you who couldn’t make it enjoyed the four videos, I’ll post next week still a trend review. G, x