Spazio Rossana Orlandi

Spazio Rossana Orlandi opened in 2002 in a former tie factory in the Milan. The space is set around a courtyard and is divided between the store, selling contemporary and vintage furniture and the art gallery. Their mission is to promote young and upcoming designers, from around the world. The chairs are made by Bokja combining western designs with vintage fabrics from middle East. The Beetle was found in dilapidated condition, and the designers turned it into a piece of by wrapping it in handmade vintage fabrics from the Mideast, tapestries and car stickers. It was auctioned off and will be donated to the children affected by Haiti earthquake.