Colli: history of a Turin excellence
From Art Déco to the 40s: let’s rediscover the elegant furniture made by Colli, a company which was so fashionable in the middle of the 20th century. Nowadays, Colli is one of the most popular factories in the antiques and vintage market, all over the world.
Whether eccentric and messy, or rigorous and minimalist, artists' studios are the mirror of their work. The objects in them are often of vintage taste, conveying special atmospheres and inspiring our homes and our personal ateliers.
Digital art works, NFT and cryptocurrency explained in 5 points
Cryptocurrency, digital coins, NFT, today it is almost impossible to avoid talking about the digital art market. There is growing interest in un-material creations, not only works of art, but also digital design projects, and the market for these assets seems to be going crazy. But what are the rules and what are the opportunities?
Casa Balla: a futurist recreation of the Universe
Don't miss the opportunity to rediscover the Roman home of Giacomo Balla (1871-1958): a museum, or rather an artist's workshop designed to be the archetype of the Futurist philosophy. From furniture to textiles, passing through wall decorations, lights, and carpets, this house is a total work of art signed by Giacomo, Luce, and Elica Balla.
Wrapped in comfort
Surrounding ourselves with objects that make us feel good and awaken our senses, designing the space of the house to feel 100% at ease, choosing furnishings that have a story to tell: here are some of the ingredients to carve out an ideal comfort zone.
Best Vintage Moments: Nocturnal Animals
An appointment dedicated to the most spectacular interiors of TV series and films, sources of inspiration for furnishing our homes with unique vintage objects. Today we rediscover a 2016 shot film by one of the most original and sophisticated directors of the 2000s. Not just a director in fact…
The art of separating
Foldable and versatile, the vintage screen comes out into the open with its decorative qualities, just as it was in ancient China, when it was considered almost as a real painting, as well as with its practical function as a booth, which delimits spaces without imposing sharp boundaries.