Beat the Monday blues with our weekly dose of interior design wanderlust. From the hottest hotels to iconic homes, we bring you a curation of interior spaces to inspire your renovation project, fuel your curiosity and maybe even influence your travel plans…

George Nakashima Woodworker in Pennsylvania, USA

Dimoregallery in Milan, Italy

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A setting ruled by exceptional pieces. Two parallel glass panels, held together by eight cotinuous fabric bolsters are the pillars of the Hyaline chair, designed by Fabio lenci in Italy, and produced by Comfort Line in the 1970s. In the background, two pairs of 1960s masterpieces: B204/31 brass table lamps designed by Hans Agne Jakobsson in Sweden – with their original lampshade – are placed on the mirrored glass top of red lacquered wood chests of drawers designed by Carlo De Carli, with brass details and produced by Sormani. Visit our new set-up: Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00 – 19:00. Photo by Silvia Rivoltella. #FabioIenci #HansAgneJakobsson #CarloDeCarli #collectibledesign #midcentury #contemporarydesign #vintagefurniture

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Marie von Behrens’s apartment in New York, USA

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Sunday morning light ✨

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The Moonbria Apartments building in Melbourne, Australia

Dimora dell Balze in Noto, Italy

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