Discover the Design Supermarket, a floor entirely dedicated to home furnishings.
The large basement floor hosting famed Department Store Rinascente’s Design Supermaket offers loads of innovative ideas for living and lifestyle. Devoted to design in its multiple expressions it offers an incredibly varied product range. The Design Supermarket features home furnishings, lighting, small electronic appliances, technological gadgets, office accessories, tableware, kitchenware, luggage, books and Northern European designs as well as countless other unexpected design creations.
At its regularly updated spaces you’ll find everything needed either to fit out a home in style or add a personal touch for a truly unique, “one-of-a-kind” shopping experience.
The beauty of the Design Supermarket can be found not just in its sleek interior or in its full-scale shop-in-shops dedicated to golden Italian institutions like Kartell, Nespresso or Alessi but also in its democratic approach to design. Not only are its prices “economico” but it’s also highly chic and trendy. In fact, it’s all about putting the word “super” into this market of marvels.
Rinascente Design Supermarket is considered a must for the discerning client, representing not only the best items made in Italy but also the most prestigious brands from all over the world – a magnificent array of design pieces to inspire, excite and enliven every customer’s home. In fact, its former mall vibe has been replaced by a boutique feel just oozing the word “design”.
Lastly, the Design Supermarket is centred around the “Bar della Rina”, a colourful café designed by well-known Milanese architect Martino Berghinz where you can take a seat, soak up the atmosphere, do some people watching and take a breather between one purchase and the next.
The Design Supermarket aims to provide customers with a unique experience that only a visit to its spaces can offer in order to capture the true Rinascente spirit of innovation, sensation and delightful eccentricity.
Open daily, from Monday to Thursady 9am-9pm / Friday and Saturday 9.30am-1opm / Sunday 10 am-9pm
– Piazza Duomo
– Via San Raffaele
– Via Santa Radegonda
– direct entrance from M1 underground Duomo stop
Read the experience of out reporter Umayya Theba!