intOndo Magazine

Glass under another light

At intOndo we love to discover stories and anecdotes about the different materials behind our objects. This time we get to know the Corning Museum of Glass, the largest institution in the world dedicated to glass.

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The future of vintage

How is furniture changing after the lockdown? Being the place where we spend a great deal of our time, the home changes with us. Versatility and upcycling are some of the trends that will influence the world of interiors during the new season that is about to begin.

6 objects for a portrait of Susanna Martucci

Determined, clever, and with a constant passion for sustainability, Italian entrepreneur Susanna Martucci has been pioneering the field of the circular economy for almost 25 years and she keeps being innovative by creating "communicating objects". In this interview, the CEO of Alisea S.r.l. Società Benefit, tells her story through 6 objects which are significant for her.

Egyptomania

The charm and suggestions that come from the culture of Ancient Egypt seem to be spaceless and timeless. Egyptomania is a phenomenon that has pervaded the Western world since ancient Rome, passing through the Napoleonic era, the Deco style and contemporary art. Today it is a style that is neither ancient nor modern.

Giorgio and Isa de Chirico's house - museum, Rome

"They say that Rome is the center of the world and that Piazza di Spagna is the center of Rome. Thus my wife and I are living at the center of the center of the world, a paradox in terms of centrality and a height in terms of anti-excentricity." Thus Giorgio de Chirico (Athens 1888 - Rome 1978) wrote in his memoirs in 1945. Let's discover this elegant house at the epicenter of the world.

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Casino's decor

Mirrored walls, colored marble tops, and felted carpets characterize the look of some of the most famous casinos in the world. But what is behind the creation of these luxurious environments, where time stands still to make way for elegance, audacity, and excess? Let's find it out together.

5 tips on how to add folklore to your home

Traveling means meeting new cultures and traditions which are so fascinating that we wish to bring home at least one element to reminds us of this new dimension. But how to chose something that doesn't clash with your home decor? Today we offer you 5 tips to choose a note of folklore to match your style.

What is a marketplace?

IntOndo is an online marketplace, or if you want, an evolution of the traditional market: a virtual place where supply and demand meet. Let's discover together more.

Wearable chair

Creating a chair able to follow the body like a shadow is a real challenge. Gianni Pettena did it in 1971 when he staged a performance with chairs meant to be worn like dresses. An experimentation, that of finding a anatomical handy chair, which keeps going today. Discover with us this design challenge that has involved artists, architects, engineers and designers.

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Vito Giallo, Andy Warhol's antique dealer

Have you ever visited New York with Andy Warhol? It seems impossible, but you can do it simply by reading Thomas Kiedrowski's book Andy Warhol's New York. What we enjoyed the most is discovering the artist's passion for vintage and antique furniture and getting to know his favorite supplier, Vito Giallo, who also created the book’s illustrations.

Closet and personality

With a little more conscience and a little less ease, we are back to packing for trips or weekends out of town. Let's find out together what our post-COVID-19 closet looks like and get some insight into our personality.

Yacht Club Life

Private, exclusive and stylishly furnished, yacht clubs are the symbol of a way of living and some of them became real icons for sea and sailing lovers. Let's get to know 3 of these exclusive places and discover their decor and architecture.