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Wed, 6 April 2016

Mandarin Oriental Milan Opens Two Suites

Mandarin Oriental, Milan is now offering guests two suites inspired by Milanese design masters, Piero Fornasetti and Gio Ponti.

The new Milano Suite and Premier Suite complete the hotel, which opened in July 2015.

The two new suites are 100 square metres in size, and each has a living room, bedroom, master bathroom and separate guest bathroom.

Milano Suite

Dedicated to Piero Fornasetti, the Milano Suite is furnished with original Fornasetti pieces. It is adorned with decoratively framed mirrors on the green walls of the lounge, where a Venetian trumeau and a Riflesso wallpaper-covered central pillar hold the attention for that room. This pillar also acts as a divide between the Ultime Notizie table and Capitello chairs in the dining area, and the Fly coffee table, the Guscio sofa and a Boss black leather armchair.

Other features include a Spoon XL bath tub, a writing desk from the Farfalle collection in the bedroom and an Architettura console table in the corridor.

Premier Suite

A tribute to Milanese rationalism and the minimalist style of Gio Ponti, who has inspired many artists since the 1950s, the Premier Suite is decorated in black walnut.

Its striking features include Mangiarottis Eros marble table illuminated by an iconic 2097-30/50 Sarfatti chandelier. There is also an original console table by Gio Ponti and Citterios Simpliciter sofa.

The bedroom is furnished with navy blue textiles that harmonize seamlessly with the upholstered Catilina armchair, while the bathroom features a Spoon XL bathtub alongside other pieces of design such as the Cilindro pouf.

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