At the house that the 20th-century architect and designer #OsvaldoBorsani built, the rooms are composed of his furniture designs, pieces by other renowned designers and artists, and found objects. The entryway, pictured here, is exemplary Borsani: The floor is made of the same marble used in the #Duomo, the railings are #Murano glass, there is a #LuigiFabris sculpture on the stairs, flowers are arranged in a #LucioFontana vase, and as the light changes throughout the day, the color of the room changes subtly, too. Behind the house, an archive that contains more than 30,000 @osvaldoborsaniofficial artifacts, including sketches and photographs, allows visitors to see how groundbreaking designs were first imagined after wandering among them IRL.
On the fourth day of @MilanDesignWeek, @littlebigbell, a blogger and doctor who lives in London, visited #VillaBorsani. Photos of a Borsani armchair alongside the sketch that inspired it, as well as images of @muckfloral's contemporary arrangements throughout the house, are all part of her Stories takeover, up now ✌️.