An inspiring trip to Fondazione Prada, Milano.

There are spaces and places that leave me feeling inspired and uplifted, and this was definitely one of them. Fondazione Prada lies in the outskirts of Milano as a permanent cultural complex. The Fondazione Prada was created in 1993 by Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli as a platform to present modern art, architecture, cinema and philosophy projects. It began as a “mobile” cultural … Continue reading An inspiring trip to Fondazione Prada, Milano.

Milano design week & a short city beat.

Taking place every spring, the annual Milan furniture fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano) is the biggest and best trade fair for furniture, lighting, and interiors in the world. The fair is a big attraction for architects, interior designers, and the design-inclined for checking out all of the newest products and innovations from famous brands like Foscarini, Moroso, and Vitra, as well as smaller … Continue reading Milano design week & a short city beat.

A solo road trip to Cernobbio, the Gambinos, and the neverending mealtime.

Driving to Italy isn’t really a big deal from where I call home. A little more than 3 hours by car and you’ve already transgressed into a different culture, a distinct change of rhythm, and an amazing plethora of culinary possibilities to savor. The trick is to try and avoid traffic at all costs, especially at the Gotthard tunnel, which measures 16.9 kilometers, or 10.5 … Continue reading A solo road trip to Cernobbio, the Gambinos, and the neverending mealtime.