A focus on #MuseoCity, #PausaCaffé, #stayathome, #museoinvisibile, #museodiffuso and much more. Because #culturedoesn’tstop. Rather, museums are curating the city, taking steps online to counter the lockdown with “openups” for all tastes and ages.
From 28th September to 10th October, the Italian design industry is back in the limelight, opening
once again to the public, while adapting to the current situation.
New insights into Mumac’s historical archive
By – Lanfranco Li Cauli –
The great stories, sooner or later, are destined to cross paths.
By – Margherita Pogliani –
Art Nouveau has always inspired me: it opens my heart and mind and enchants me. Today, I associate it, in actuality and metaphorically, with one of the most beautiful company museums I know: MUMAC
Claudio Abbado said that “culture is a primary communal asset like water; theatres, libraries and museums are like aqueducts.”
Specialty does not only refer to micro batches of coffee meticulously processed in order to acquire extraordinary sensory profiles. Speciality also means a different experience, a sophisticated culture, attention to the customer and professional commitment.
Micro batches, meticulously produced beans with extraordinary sensory profiles. The term Specialty Coffee was coined years ago by Erna Knutsen to refer to coffee that goes “beyond commercial standards”.
Achille Castiglioni’s genius is celebrated in an extraordinary exhibition that also stars the only coffee machine to have won the Compasso d’Oro award and an early prototype of an espresso machine for family use
V60, Chemex, Aeropress, Cold Brew and Syphon: alternative extraction encompasses various, increasingly interesting techniques