Basilica of San Simpliciano

by Bernardo Ricci Armani December 7, 2014 2 comments
Basilica of San Simpliciano

Milan (Italy). In my opinion, the Basilica of San Simpliciano is one of the most beautiful churches of Milan: not only for the wonderful fresco painted by Bergognone, but also for the interior architecture and the general atmosphere.

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Fuorisalone 2016 (Milan Design Week) - One of the 50 Manga Chairs by Oky Sando at San Simpliciano | Photographing Around Me April 21, 2016 - 5:35 pm

[…] The photograph posted here shows the wonderful exhibition of “50 Manga Chairs” by the Japanese – Canadian designer Oky Sato, included in 2006 (when he was only 29 years old) in “The 100 Most Respected Japanese” ranking prepared by Newsweek magazine, winner of innumerable awards and with a long list of collections exposed at the most prestigious museums all around the world (from the MoMA of New York to the Victoria and Albert Museum of London; from the Centre Pompidou of Paris to the Triennale Design Museum of Milan). I loved the concept of this exhibition, which – by the way – is hosted in what I think is one of the most beautiful and prestigious locations of the entire “Fuorisalone 2016″, the cloister at San Simpliciano church, in the heart of Brera district (and for those visiting it, do not miss a walk in this wonderful and old church). […]

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Fuorisalone 2016 (Milan Design Week) – 50 Manga Chairs by Oky Sato Nendo | Photographing Around Me May 31, 2016 - 8:34 am

[…] The photograph posted here shows the wonderful exhibition of “50 Manga Chairs” by the Japanese – Canadian designer Oky Sato, included in 2006 (when he was only 29 years old) in “The 100 Most Respected Japanese” ranking prepared by Newsweek magazine, winner of innumerable awards and with a long list of collections exposed at the most prestigious museums all around the world (from the MoMA of New York to the Victoria and Albert Museum of London; from the Centre Pompidou of Paris to the Triennale Design Museum of Milan). I loved the concept of this exhibition, which – by the way – is hosted in what I think is one of the most beautiful and prestigious locations of the entire “Fuorisalone 2016″, the cloister at San Simpliciano church, in the heart of Brera district (and for those visiting it, do not miss a walk in this wonderful and old church). […]

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