intOndo Magazine

Coiffeuse mon amour

The French call it "coiffeuse" or "bonheur du jour"; also known as the "vanity", the dressing table (a piece of furniture which originated in the 18th century) is now coming back into fashion, and this is a trend spreading not only inside the home, but also in the hospitality sector.

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Mondo Mendini and the fabulous 80s

Ironic and irreverent, the '80s scream their presence in the vintage market, continuing to inspire design and fashion. Fostering this return are the several museum celebrations dedicated to the fathers of design movements such as Alchimia and the Memphis Group, whose revolutionary creations reflect the eclecticism of that decade. The Groninger Museum in the Netherlands dedicates to Milanese master Alessandro Mendini, founder of Alchimia and recently deceased, a colorful retrospective that opens on October 12.

Save-the-date, Parma's trade show Mercanteinfiera is almost here.

It is the most significant modern and antiques trade show in Europe, attended by collectors and interior designers from all over the world, and is a "must" for all those who are passionate about vintage and one-of-a-kind objects. intOndo awaits you from 5 to 13 October in at Mercanteinfiera, Parma (Italy), Hall 4, Stand D0264.

Art Hotel, the new frontier of cultural tourism

Have you ever slept in an Art Hotel? These hotels, often situated in evocative location, offer to their guests the possibility to enjoy site-specific artworks, art installations and cultural events. Art Hotels, Design Hotels and Vintage Hotels are constantly developing and their uniqueness became a business full of opportunities for both hoteliers and artists.

100 years of Bauhaus

"It often happens that on intOndo, and also in other settings related to interior design or architecture, we encounter to the adjective "modernist".

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Tutto Ponti

Ernest Hemingway said that "there can only be two places where we can live happily: at home and in Paris. You may or may not agree, but from October 19 to May 5 there is one more reason to feel almost at home in Paris. In fact, the city pays homage to Italian design with the exhibition "Tutto Ponti, Gio Ponti archi-designer", the first retrospective dedicated to the great Italian master in France.

Do not miss Borsani and his Tecno exhibition at Triennale Milano

A well-known brand of office furniture born in 1953, it populates with its products small and medium enterprises throughout Italy. Yet even experts in the field.