MILAN’s CELEBRATION OF ANTIQUE DESIGN at ROBERTAEBASTA

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If you ever need to survey the perpetual appeal of Italy’s legendary design, ROBERTAEBASTA Gallery in Milan should be your first point of call. Servicing the antique and design lovers since of Milan since 1967, the ROBERTAEBASTA name is inextricably tied to Italian design tradition and the eternal relevance of decorative arts culture.

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Located in the hub of haute couture, ROBERTAEBASTA Gallery was founded by Roberta Tagliavini operating in the antiquary field since 1967. Mrs Tagliavini has specialized in decorative arts of XX Century and is enroled in the Provincial Art Dealer Syndicate of Milan. In 1994 the gallery management was given to Mr. Mattia M. Martinelli, Mrs, Roberta Tagliavini’s son who is now president of Fiori Chiari antique trade dealers.


The stunning space of the ROBERTAEBASTA Gallery is a landmark itself on the Milan scene, just as the precious piece on display. D’SCENE team had the honor to exclusively capture the space in on of our DESIGN SCENE magazine cover stories accompanied by an opulent collection coming from Roberto Cavalli. The carefully curated antiques on display at the gallery are as precious as the interior itself, the team selecting the pieces is looking into historic importance of every pieces, taking in account the design value behind the acquired items. The customer care at the Robertaebasta is ready to help you select and find the coveted pieces, but also works on complete interior design overhauls of your home. The team respects the styling as well as the interior design sentiment of their clients. Furthermore every pieces available at the gallery comes with a life-time guarantee.


ROBERTAEBASTA In DESIGN SCENE Cover story by photographers Amilcare & Alex

Visiting the gallery allows you to find some of the most coveted designers and authors such as furniture designers Giò Ponti, Borsani, Bugatti & Quarti, Lancia and Buffa, when it comes to glass work you can find designers such as Venini, Barovier, Seguso, Salviati and De Paoli, while Richard Ginori, Lenci, Gio Ponti Melandri, Chini e Nonni from the ceramics and porcelain. ROBERTAEBASTA Gallery collections are constantly updated with new artwork, furniture, lighting and coveted design pieces from 1950s to 1990s.

ROBERTAEBASTA Gallery is located in Via Fiori Chiari N° 2, in Milan – www.robertaebasta.com. Article originally published in D’SCENE Magazine Issue 07 – out now in PRINT and DIGITAL.