Palazzo Delle Meraviglie is a unique event at Fuori Salone conceived by Katrin Herden and organized together with the arch. Alessandro Zarinelli with their MHZ Studio.

The companies form an international group with a special synergy for the variety and quality of the products to be exhibited, ranging from designer furniture to textiles.

DeCluuz, Jallu, LcD, Perennials and Sutherland, Sohil, Van Rossum stand out for their design, their artisanal and artistic sense and for their attention to the quality of materials and workmanship for the most demanding customers

In the wide range of Milan Design Week, the 'Palazzo delle Meraviglie' proposal represents a cultural enrichment not only for the world of Design but in the broader vision for the educated and curious visitor.


Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a house museum resulting from an extraordinary collection event of the late nineteenth century, which has two brothers as protagonists: the barons Fausto (Milan, 1843 – 1914) and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi (Milan, 1845 – 1934


Starting from the 1880s, the two began to renovate the family home in the heart of Milan, declining the demands of historicist culture in strict neo-Renaissance observance. At the same time, they began to collect 15-16th century paintings and artifacts of applied art to set them up in their home to create a dwelling inspired by 16th-century Lombard homes. Fausto and Giuseppe were personally involved in the restyling of the Palazzo.

After the death of Fausto and Giuseppe, Casa Bagatti Valsecchi continued to be inhabited by theirs until 1974. It was in that year that one of Giuseppe's sons decided to set up the Bagatti Valsecchi Foundation, to which he donated the patrimony of works of art. In 1994, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum opened to the public. The Foundation acts in the spirit of protection, promotion, and enhancement of things of historical and artistic interest referred to in Law 1089 of June 1, 1939.

Photos by Ruggero Longoni