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Milan 2018: The Masterly Hotel

18-04-2018

Of course, Leolux will be present in the exhibition halls (hall 6, Fiera Rho) during the Salone del Mobile in Milan. But you’ll also be able to find Leolux in the beautiful Palazzo Francesco Turati. For the entire week, this palace is being rechristened ‘Masterly’, the Dutch pavilion in the heart of Milan. This year, there is space for a truly unique experience: the Masterly Hotel, designed by Edward van Vliet.

The Masterly Hotel

The Masterly Hotel demonstrates what a 5-star hotel experience should look like, according to Edward van Vliet. The guest experience is central; guests should feel perfectly at ease. Which could mean: invigorated or totally relaxed. Edward presented the ideal hotel using various rooms, or ‘Rooms of Origins’.

Rooms of Origins

All rooms have their own specific atmosphere and mission. They create and foster a certain feeling. Take a lobby, for instance, in which numerous worlds meet: interior and exterior, nature and culture, private and public. Every guest gets closer to him or herself in the Masterly Hotel.

New from Leolux: Jill

Edward van Vliet is responsible for the curation of the Masterly Hotel, making it the perfect opportunity to present Jill, the latest product that he has designed for Leolux. Jill is a luxury armchair with beautiful details and is also available as a comfortable chaise longue; a sublime addition to the existing Leolux Edward van Vliet collection.

Leolux is extremely proud to be able to be part once again of the stylish presentation that Edward van Vliet has created at Masterly. Are you coming to experience the Masterly feeling too?

Masterly

Palazzo Francesco Turati
Via Meravigli 7, Milano

Opening hours during the 2018 Salone del Mobile
Wednesday 18 April: 11.00 am - 10.00 pm
Thursday 19 to Saturday 21 April: 11.00 am - 7.00 pm
Sunday 22 April: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm

Metro
Cordusio (line 1): Palazzo Francesco Turati is 150 metres away
Cairoli (line 1): Palazzo Francesco Turati is 150 metres away
Duomo (lines 1 and 3): Palazzo Francesco Turati is 250 metres away

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