Milan is a fast, frenetic city, at times sculpted in the future, but if you let yourself be enchanted by the testimonies of the Milanese architecture that was, you immediately realize how stratified it is over time. A walk through Milan is a journey through the history of architecture, in which the protagonists of each style parade here and there,...

Considering Italy is the world’s largest producer of wine, a visit to a few Italian vineyards is a must for anyone taking a trip to the European nation. Spread all across the country, from the Langhe region in the north to Maremma on the Tuscan coast, from the Val d’Orcia’s rolling hills to the islands of Sicily and Sardinia, this journey around It...

After opening on September 1 to the Detroit public, the 'LoveITDetroit' exhibit-installation is now also accessible on the metaverse (www.loveitdetroit.com). Presented as a "celebration of Made in Italy in the United States", the exhibition-installation was launched on the initiative of the Italian Consulate in Detroit, as part of the VI edition of...

Leading Italian designers are displaying their work in a downtown Detroit pop-up just blocks away from the new Gucci store. It’s one of many places to visit during the Detroit Month of Design. “LoveITDetroit” showcases the works of some of the most influential Italian and Detroit leaders of industry. The schedule of events includes guest speakers i...

To reach the Amalfi Coast and the archaeological areas of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the tourists visiting Naples are advised to go to the Garibaldi station, then downstairs (under the high-speed trains platform) and take the Circumvesuviana, the regional network of lines that connect the entire coast, from Naples Nolana to Sorrento. When it’s summer...

When: Wed, September 21, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT - Where: Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Join us for an evening wine reception celebrating Domus: Patterns of Living, an exhibition at the PDC Design Gallery. Atelier Manferdini is pleased to present Domus: Patterns of Living, an exhibition featuring desi...

During his career, which spanned six decades, Ponti built more than a hundred buildings in Italy and in the rest of the world. He designed a considerable number of decorative art and design objects as well as furniture.  Thanks to the magazine Domus, which he founded in 1928 and directed almost all his life, and thanks to his active participation i...

For the sixth edition of Italian Design Day, the Consulate of Italy in Detroit has launched a four-year campaign to promote the event with internationally renowned architect and designer Roberto Palomba and the Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan, starting this year with a project called LoveITDetroit. The installation, curated by Palomba Serafini...

Italy is a country with over 7500km (4723 miles) of coastline. It’s no surprise that it has some serious shipping pedigree. With ferry connections to Italy, Albania, Greece and even Barcelona, Spain, Italy’s relationship with the sea is strong. In the past, Italy’s heritage was around its massive boatbuilding ports: boats that would make up hardy f...

For centuries, museums have taken their architectural cues from Renaissance palaces. The Louvre inhabits a Paris building that once served as an actual palace. And the concept remains embedded in the Beaux Arts architecture of so many museums, as well as their names — including the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. San Francisco’s ornate Pala...