For the past week, the streets and stores of Milan were filled with  colourful installations, educational exhibitions, and flashy showroom set ups. The Milan Design Week has finally come to an end, but here are some showrooms that'll linger in our minds for months to come…

Fritz Hansen

Refurbished to mimic a typical Scandinavian home, the classic and contemporary pieces from this heritaged Danish brand make visitors feel right at home here.


This infinity light tunnel was set up specially for the Fuorisalone, and it was also responsible for the many selfies taken within the store.


In a tribute to Ettore Sottsass of the design collective Memphis Group, Kartell's window displays were filled with pieces upholstered in the vibrant prints associated with the design movement.


The Happy Birds of Magis show that you're never too young to appreciate design!


This antique art and furniture store stands out from all the other showrooms plainly because it's filled with pieces and aesthetics that you'll never find here in Singapore! It mainly stocks 1920s Art Deco antiques.