When the ultimate in Italian craftsmanship grows from fashion to the home it’s worth taking note. Nowhere does it as stylishly as in Italy and Bottega Veneta’s home showroom is a store to put on the must visit list.
They’ve installed the shop into the Palazzo Gallarati Scotti on Via Borgospesso 5, in the Milan fashion district. You can’t go too far wrong if you set your product against frescoes by Carlo Innocenzo Carlone and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, but it’s more than that.
Intrecciato (the woven leather technique), is unique and was at the outset of Bottega Veneta’s evolution and is one of the most recognizable elements of the brand
I love the leather, the quality and the fusion of their signature technique into furniture and the home. The chairs, lamps and desk are my favourite picks.
I always balance new and old, textures and materials and Bottega’s subtle and sophisticated approach is one I admire and understand.
Bottega Veneta Home Via Borgospesso 5, 20121, Milan