Art Exhibit at the Newly Renovated Caffé Baglioni Milan

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Caffe Baglioni Milan

To show off the new look of the Caffé Baglioni in Milan, the Baglioni Hotels Group is hosting an exhibit called “Design Italian Excellence.” The caffé—a favorite hang-out of the in-crowd—recently unveiled a makeover by the Milan-based Rebosio+Spagnulo interior architects, and it’s sheer eye candy. Colorful designer furniture, Murano glass chandeliers, and a wall display depicting a musical score by Italian composer Daniele Lombardi- made out of copper yarn…

The caffé will house the art exhibit, curated by Vincenzo Basile of Basile Arteco, until the next Salone del Mobile (International Furniture Fair) in Spring 2014. Nurse a cocktail, nibble on light bites, and ogle the 12 pieces of contemporary Italian art from Ettore Sottsass, Enzo Mari, Ugo La Pietra and the young Italian designer, Chiara Andreatti. (Another exhibit called “Luxury is not a Waste” is housed in the gorgeous new Roman Penthouse at the Regina Hotel Baglioni in Rome.) For more information, visit

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