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These Home Decor Objects Take Inspiration from the City of Milan

 - Sep 30, 2014
References: ambrosianacollection & design-milk
The home decor objects that make up the Ambrosiana collection pay tribute to Milan, Italy. The collection was developed as part of a collaboration between designers Cristina Celestino, Serena Confalonieri, Elena Salmistraro, who used a variety of materials and techniques in order to mimic the best of the city.

The assorted objects include containers, hanging mirror and trays that play up architectural elements from the city, like stained glass cathedral windows, duomos and towering spires. Despite being an old Italian city, the collection of home decor is sculptural, crisp and modern, looking like items that would be fit in perfectly in your home, without looking like souvenir pieces that look like they would be sold on every corner of the city.