The prestigious Massimo Bonini showrooms located in via Montenapoleone 2 and via Montenapoleone 3, both planned by the architect Carlo Colombo from Milan, create a sophisticated and carefully detailed atmosphere.
At n. 2 light is the protagonist: it strongly invades the environments, highlighting decorations and breaking into with illusive cuts on the walls painted in white. Long shelves inside niches look like floating in the air supporting the collections exhibited. All the pieces of furniture are extremely elegant: monolith wood tables, display racks in scratched black pine with trasparent glass support bases, reception desks born from the penetration between wengé elements and smoky glass.
Wonderful sculptural stairs bring to the third floor where a great glass bookcase overlooks the surrounding environment.
The result is a play of contrasts in a neutral and luminous location.
At n. 3 inside an elegant antique building, a luxurious 300 mq space accomodates the press office too. A red carpet guides us towards the inside where the stairs in antique stone leads to a large entrance where a refined sofa in red velvet enlightens the rooms reflected on a mirrored counter. A magnificent antique glass door in murano degradé dominates the surrounding environment.
Six rooms of great charm and atmosphere, totally dedicated to exposition, are characterized by modern furniture in perfect harmony with antique details that embellish the location: ebony and wood finely carved doors, an original stone fireplace of the 17° century, extremely high ceilings and mosaic floors.
Crystal tables, design chairs and wonderful candleholders enrich the location. An extraordinary draped lamp, an antique crystal candleholder, futuristic metal chandeliers make the location unique.
Design, elegance, refinement and modern soul. Massimo Bonini: a well-defined stylistic code that proves the will to be in the forefront and new trends-oriented.