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The first new hotel on the Como Lake in decades, Il Sereno features 30 oversized suites all with their own furnished terraces and unobstructed lake views. Patricia Urquiola created a contemporary hotel with understated décor; a contrast to the classical designs that can be found around Lake Como.
Patricia Urquiola has conceptualized the interiors of the residents’ amenities at her first london-based development, and her first residential project. the design utilizes a mix of materials, including colored glass, timber, marbles, and bronze metals.
In October, Palazzo Morando in Milan will be the venue for ELLE DECOR Italy`s unprecedented exhibition 'Grand Hotel'. It will showcase trends in interior decoration by recreating hotel rooms, designed by Piero Lissoni and Patricia Urquiola according to the aesthetic codes of ELLE DECOR Italy.
Located in the heart of Milan, with its 85 rooms divided into four categories, the newly inaugurated Room Mate Hotel Giulia designed by Patricia Urquiola is a few steps from Piazza del Duomo and the Vittorio Emanuele gallery.
A project born from concepts of transparency and reflection where a product which is a symbol of Italian craftsmanship will be exhibited.
The 900m2 Cassina stand designed by Patricia Urquiola is inspired by the Rietveld Pavilion, a temporary building designed in 1955 in Holland to display sculptures ...
The concept of the Cassina Midtown New York Showroom, executed by Cassina’s Contract Division, has been designed by Patricia Urquiola in an exciting first time collaboration.
Patricia Urquiola was asked to incorporate a spa inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Milan, a 15th century former convent.
Envisioned by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, Canasta is the name of the latest collection of outdoor furniture for B & B Italia. The name Canasta means ‘baskets’ in Spanish and the woven polyethylene fibre of which the furniture is made resembles the handcrafted basket-work of traditional ethnic cultures.
Recently presented at the Maison & Objet design fair in Paris, Mangas Spaces is a collection of rugs and modular furniture designed by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola for GAN. The collection follows on from a previous collaboration between the designer and Gandia Blasco which resulted in Mangas Collection, a range of rugs in a similar style.