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New partnership with Archiproducts Milano

The partnership between Olimpia Splendid and Archiproducts Milano - the exhibition dedicated to architects, designers and brands in Via Tortona 31 - continues after the success at the Fuorisalone 2019.

The collaboration between Olimpia Splendid and the Archiproducts Milano location continues through a shared passion for design. In fact, Archiproducts Milano is the first co-networking space inaugurated in the heart of the Milan Design District to offer a place where architects, designers and brands in search of inspiration can share projects and visions. For its part, Olimpia Splendid has made the close integration between industrial design, technological innovation and engineering know-how a distinctive feature of its product lines, resulting from the collaboration with young emerging designers and internationally renowned brands.
 

The decision to enter into this partnership with Archiproducts Milano comes from the desire to create a space for Olimpia Splendid’s Home of Comfort in the heart of the international capital of design. In rooms 5 and 6 of the first floor of the location in Via Tortona 31, Olimpia Splendid presents a house where the ideal climate respects the beautiful Archiproducts Milano façade and integrates with the interiors designed by Marcante Testa. Two Unico® air conditioners with outdoor units, a built-in Air version and the new Pro version designed by the prestigious Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez studio, harmonise in an original concept of a connected and interactive smart home, where comfort plays an important role thanks to technology and an original mix and match of materials, décor, lights and shapes from different eras.