Brera Design District Is Milan’s Creative and Cultural Development ⇒ Milan Design Week is seen as imperative celebration of design that hosts a wide variety of exhibitions and events throughout the city. Today, we are going to talk about the creative and cultural center development of the area, Brera Design District. From 17-22 April, this platform will allow creatives to express themselves as well as giving the opportunity for visitors to discover the latest projects and ideas from top brands and names of the industry. Throughout this article, you’ll get a taste of what happened last year, so one can already feel that this year will be even better.
Brera Design District is the most important district in Italy for the promotion of design, the latter of which is one of the most creative and commercial focal points in the country. The district aims to support excellence and to develop business and real estate in the area, enhancing the district’s cultural supply and appeal as well as fusing tradition and innovation in the all-encompassing field of design.
Located in the historic centre of Milan, Brera has always been an area with focus on commercial, artistic and cultural development. The district embraces some of the city’s most prestigious historic buildings as well as more than 80 permanent design stores, artisans’ workshops, art galleries, shops, museums, the Accademia delle Belle Arti, the Pinacoteca, the scale, and various others cultural and art centres. For all of these reasons and others, Brera Design District is regarded as one of the most elegant and visited quarters in the city, becoming the idyllic stage to support and celebrate the many shapes and forms of art and design.
More than 200 exhibitors are expected to present their new projects and ideas to a design perceptive and culturally oriented public. These showcases will be enhanced by the artsy nature and surroundings of the district, especially the narrow and cobbled streets that encompass a wide range of antique shops, showrooms and galleries.
Antonio Lupi, Boffi, Caesarstone, Dedar Milano, Foscarini, Hay, La Chance, Lexus, Magis, Nike Stadium, Molteni&C Dada, Moroso, Republic of Fritz Hansen and Wall&decò are some of the leading brands you can expect in this highly curated district.
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