The Marioluca Giusti boutique in Brera is one of those shops that stands out: a riot of cheerful colours and reflections of light from the windows that are an invitation to come closer and admire the design objects on display. It’s inevitable to try to find your favourite colour, the ideal combination, imagining yourself sitting at the table or in the garden, and trying to coordinate perfectly with the furnishings in your home. Using a style between fusion and pop, the products created by Mario Luca Giusti represent an optimal solution not only for interiors but also for the terrace or poolside, the garden or the yacht.

We are talking about real design objects for the table, practical and elegant, with the look of crystal and glass and classic shapes, albeit revisited in contemporary materials such as acrylic (called “synthetic crystal”) and melamine, with which the plates are made. A style that Mario Luca Giusti borrowed from fashion at a very young age, applying aesthetics and harmony to interior design, between a love of the old and the charm of the new. The Marioluca Giusti collections are enriched every year with new models, in shades ranging from white to black, from transparent to brighter colours such as flou, for an extraordinary and kaleidoscopic universe dedicated to the table and beyond.

You will find these characteristic design objects of the Florentine maison in some of the most important shops and department stores around the world, from Rome to Paris, from London to Dubai… but also in luxury hotels and residences. In addition to Milan, the single-brand boutiques in Italy are of course in Florence, where the brand made its debut with a single-brand shop in 2012 (three shops in Via della Vigna Nuova 88R, Via della Spada 20R and Via Por Santa Maria 16r), then Rome, Portoferraio, Arezzo and Forte dei Marmi. And among the many admirers of these collections you will also find those who really know about Italian style and excellence, from Steven Spielberg to Farzan Ozpetek, the Princes of Monaco, Valentino and Giancarlo Giammetti, Roberto to Eva Cavalli and the Missoni family, ça va sans dire