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An archive of emerging talent.

Born into a family of textile designers in the early 1940s, Rossana Orlandi went on to establish herself as one of Milan’s most acclaimed design collectors, with an eye for spotting emerging talent. In 2002, she opened her own space in a former tie factory to showcase the private collections of classic and contemporary pieces that she had amassed over the decades. Today, the thoughtful yet unpretentious three-story Spazio comprises dozens of rooms that display works from both renowned and still-emerging names, from Dutch furniture designers Piet Hein Eek and Maarten Baas to Slovenian Nina Zupanc and Spanish artist-designer Jamie Hayon.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi
Via Matteo Bandello 14/16
20123 Milano

  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
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