Adopt the Milanese Style

Adopt the Milanese Style

Milan is a mysterious and theatrical city, almost frozen in a certain time period: that of the 1960s. Some of its buildings are real treasures, whose majestic appearance is the fruit of the work of the great masters: Gio Ponti, Luigi Caccia Dominioni and Piero Portaluppi. Names that have put their stamp on the history of this city, the birthplace of architecture and design but also of The Socialite Family’s founder, Constance Gennari.This double identity, Franco-Italian, is primordial to us. We have made it our duty to share it with you. To transmit it to you. In the choice of our artisans and their skills, first of all, for an irreproachable quality of work that the maestri hold dear. In our inspiration, of course, and lastly, in the design of our creations. So that you can, in your own way, adopt the “Milanese style”. A style illustrated by its minimalism, of which the aptly named “palazzi” are a fine example with their natural sophistication. Illustrated also by its modernism. Clean, sculptural lines, like those of our Brera range of light fittings in pleated cotton, of our Mezza Luna wall light, or of our Gioia table lamp. And then there are the materials. Placed like a signature as one enters a building. Craftsmanship in terrazzo floors or brass detailing, not forgetting wood, skilfully transformed into state-of-the-art furniture, always beautiful. Why not accompany your own version of marble or travertine, in the shape of our Donna sculpture, by the theatrical sweep of a Palazzo velvet corduroy curtain, or the colourful bevelled glass of our Chiara vase. In Milan, there are no concessions when it comes to interior design. It is exalted, with accessories that allow its full potential to shine out. Let’s be inspired by it!

Adopt the Milanese Style
Adopt the Milanese Style
Chiara #1
The Socialite Family Chiara yellow vase 40,00€ En savoir plus
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The Socialite Family Chiara green vase 40,00€ En savoir plus
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The Socialite Family Chiara antique pink vase 60,00€ En savoir plus
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Chambre Appartement Milan Fanny Bauer Grung et David Lopez Quincoces
Salon Appartement Milan Fanny Bauer Grung et David Lopez Quincoces
Adopt the Milanese Style Chambre Vintage Linge de lit Stefano Vitali Milan Adopt the Milanese Style
Gioia Milan #3
Lampadaire Brera #2
Suspension Brera #4
The Socialite Family Brera Pendant Light 280,00€ En savoir plus
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The Socialite Family Black Gioia Table Lamp 390,00€
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Gioia table lamp, with a black lacquered beechwood lamp base and a white cream pleated cotton shade. Lamp base also…

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This style is also a nonchalance, specific to the Milanese. Sophisticated and free, like the line of our Rotondo sofa. - Constance Gennari

Adopt the Milanese Style
Adopt the Milanese Style
Salon Suspension Maison Daniele Daminelli Treviglio Italie
Adopt the Milanese Style Salle à Manger Appartement Cristina Celestino Milan Caffetière Bialetti Cuisine Inox Appartement Cristina Celestino Milan
Carlotta d’appoint #6
Mezza Luna #5

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Terrazzo, a Design Material

Terrazzo, a Design Material

It’s one of the oldest floors in the world. The terrazzo, or granito, had already seduced people from Ancient Rome before convincing us and arriving in our homes. Directly coming from Italy, its name comes from a province near Verona and...

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