Boca Do Lobo‘s 2019 Special Designer’s Edition of Legacy is a design magazine that pays tribute to all groundbreaking, spirit-lifting and eye-opening designers and design experiences. As a Design & Craftsmanship Testimony, Legacy has a peculiar mission, to portray beauty how it is, for what it is, wherever and however you may encounter it, in the most unexpected or imperfect shapes and colours. You can download for free here!
The brand’s biggest challenge is to create design experiences that naturally captivate the readers and take them into all the ateliers, cities, galleries that they visited. The content is created by joining fragments of human interactions with living materials. They witness the most intimate and unique form of a dialogue between the creator with the product.
With the mindset that an art lover, interior design or creator seeks inspiration on every corner of the world, Legacy has gathered a list of the best restaurants, places to visit and iconic places to see with the promising that these picked choices are the best of the best, design-wise. A list for three days of the week, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, carefully thought for those long weekends that everyone loves to go on a little getaway. Today we bring you our selection of some of the best design experiences.
There is always a design experience going on in Milan, whether it’s another design event or the iconic Fashion Week. Known as the country’s capital of design, it is only logical that you will most likely find peculiar buildings, exquisite art galleries and its streets are filled with upscale restaurants.
Must Visit: Fondazione Prada
Largo Isarco, 2, 20139 Milan
Must See: Bosco Verticale
Bosco Verticale, 20124 Milano
Must Eat: Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia
This two Michelin star restaurant has an outstanding contemporary vibe. Decorated with just a few colourful canvases, the rest of the interior is very minimal but still
Bosco Verticale, 20124 Milano
COPENHAGEN – DENMARK
Welcome to Copenhagen, the land of happy people with edgy, classic and clean design
taste. Danish design is functional overall, it is made of living and improving life’s
quality. Discover some of the best design experiences in this contemporary city.
Must Visit: Designmuseum Danmark
The Best Spot in Town to see the evolution of celebrated Danish design, with exhibits from Poul Henningsen, Kaare Klint and Arne Jacobsen.
Bredgade 68, designmuseum.dk
Must See: VM Houses
Don’t miss the chance to see the city’s most bizarre, and at the same time most elegant, residential block in Copenhagen, located in Ørestad. Ørestad is a recent área with modern architecture featuring some of the most intriguing designs and construction.
Ørestads Blvd. 57-59, 2300 København
Must Eat: Mielcke & Hurtigkarl
Set in a delightful spot in Frederiksberg Gardens, softly painted Walls with garden scenes Mielcke & Hurtigkarl offers the most elegant scenery. Dishes come from around the globe, with Asian influences to the and an amazing array of herbs from the gardens.
Frederiksberg Runddel 1, 2000 Frederiksberg C
Welcome to Berlin, a city full of surprises! Berlin doesn’t lack of fun and of design experiences, places to visit and to have dinner at. Many say that German design is leading the way because it combines innovation with quality ready to impress.
Must Visit: Hamburger Bahnhof
The museum takes its name from the former Berlin–Hamburg rail station and displays a rich artwork collection from Beuys, Twombly, and Warhol.
Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin
Must See: East Side Gallery
Considered to be the longest open-air gallery with over 1.3Km of art, the East Side Gallery presents over 100 murals from artists from all over the world.
Mühlenstraße 3-100, 10243 Berlin
Must Eat: Golden Phoenix
Inside of the chic Hotel Provocateur, the Golden Phoenix and its peculiar ‘China meets la vie Parisienne’ concept, provides a journey into one of the trendiest interiors.
Brandenburgische Str. 21, 10707 Berlin
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