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Italian Designer Hotels | Top 6 Dream Accomodations

Italian Designer Hotels | Top 6 Dream Accomodations

 The Best Luxury Rooms Have you ever dreamed of what it would be like to stay in the beautiful home of an important Italian designer?  While you might never get an invitation to spend the night in the luxurious linens of Alberta Ferretti’s spare bedroom, you can come close by staying in her hotel. Find...
Tradeshows Are Over! Here is the Report

Tradeshows Are Over! Here is the Report

I just got back from a long trip.  First I was in Las Vegas and then in NYC. One of the best moments was the road trip with my employees: Valeria, Kefei and Dorisz.     I was pretty much bouncing around the whole time at the busy Tradeshows!         In NYC...
Around the World, Couch by Couch with Italian Photographer Gabriele Galimberti

Around the World, Couch by Couch with Italian Photographer Gabriele Galimberti

  Interview with the photographer Gabriele Galimberti Can you imagine traveling around the world and sleeping in a different bed every night for a year?  Well, how about traveling around the world and sleeping on a different couch every night for a year?  While it might be hard, even for the most flexible traveler, that’s just what...
  • Graye Collection
    Graye Collection
  • Amarcore Studio Design
    Amarcore Studio Design
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    Sundek Swimwear
The Sound of Living Abroad

The Sound of Living Abroad

We all have ears. So it’s not possible not to hear what the city you live in has to say. There are 4 type of sounds, at least for me. 1. The sound of emergency. New city, new emergencies. You are walking around discovering the amazing place you are in, and suddenly an ambulance siren makes your...
In the End, We Are Italians

In the End, We Are Italians

  I went to Tuscany last week. I’m Italian, but I didn’t travel that much in my country, because I’m one of those people who says “I have to discover a lot of things in the world, I will always have time to discover Italy”.     I wanted to be out of the world,...
Solar Floating Resort | Michele Puzzolante

Solar Floating Resort | Michele Puzzolante

Many of us have dreamed or joked of about living on a deserted island.  Lost in the middle of the sea we would enjoy the sun and watch the fish and sea creatures swim by.  Well, thanks to Italian industrial designer Michele Puzzolante it looks like the luxury version of the dream is increasingly within...
Helsinki Through Italian Eyes | The Warm Heart of Frozen Scandinavia

Helsinki Through Italian Eyes | The Warm Heart of Frozen Scandinavia

I ♥ Scandinavia I left a piece of my heart in Scandinavia. Why? I’ll try to explain by telling you about the 8 wonderful months I spent in Helsinki surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, unique sensations and deep emotions … even if I already know that this won’t be enough.     The breathtaking landscapes of Helsinki If...
Rome in 2020

Rome in 2020

Hey guys, Just a quick note from the future, to let you know what it is like to be in Rome (Italy) in 2020. I’m writing this for you, because it’s only with your help that this is going to happen. Trasportation Transportation in Rome finally works. Amazing right? There is no need to wait...
The Smell of Living Abroad

The Smell of Living Abroad

  We have 5 senses. Sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch. It’s normal that every time you go to a different city, a different country, the perception of these 5 senses change. I want to talk to you about one sense in particular: smell. Because if you think that you are going to experience the same...
Marco Ansaloni | History and Travel Photography

Marco Ansaloni | History and Travel Photography

Marco Ansaloni is, in my opinion, one of today’s most interesting Italian travel photographers. After studying architecture and photography in Italy, he moved to Barcelona where he currently lives with his family.   Characterized by a desire for discovery and a deep interest in the historical background of his subjects, Marco’s portraits of distant and...
An Italian in Italy...

An Italian in Italy…

…but not just “any” Italian, otherwise what’s the point? I was born and raised in Italy, but I have been living in California for the past 14 years.  Even if I visit my home country quite often, when I relate to Italian facts I feel that my viewpoint has changed in several ways.  My approach...
An Italian in Jalisco

An Italian in Jalisco

For a Los Angeles resident, the mexican border just means a simple 2 1/2 hour drive south.  The city of Tijuana offers an easy opportunity to jump into a whole different world, and the next cities on the beach, Ensenada and Rosarito, add to it as we continue into Baja California… But I have noticed...