We are pleased to announce that our production department has returned to full operation. Our people are our most precious asset and we have taken every precaution to ensure their health and safety.

Salvatori Milan

In the heart of Brera, the city’s renowned design district, you will find our showroom, designed by Piero Lissoni, above an intimate courtyard, one of Milan’s wonderful secret corners.

Not only can you find inspiring examples of our products, but we have a lovely working space for architects and our team are always on hand to consult with you on whatever type of project you are considering.

Rules for visiting our Milan showroom

To create a safe and healthy environment for our staff and visitors alike, we strongly suggest that you make an appointment to visit our showroom. If you do arrive without having done so, you will need to call us when you arrive at the entrance at ground floor level and our showroom staff will do their best to accommodate you, in line with the visitor flow at the time. As you will understand, scheduled appointments will take precedence over walk-up visitors.

A maximum of two groups can visit at any time, with no more than three people per group.
Your temperature will be taken at the entrance, using a non-invasive device and masks and disposable gloves will be available for those who do not have them. We will also ask you to agree to a set of guidelines for your visit.

Thank you in advance for your patience, but we are sure you not only understand the need for such precautions, but will also appreciate them.

Our team will be on hand to ensure your visit is informative, inspiring and, above all, safe.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday: by appointment


Contacts

via Solferino 11
t: +39 02 80 50 03 72

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How to get there

By public transport
Nearest Metro stations: Moscova on the green line (a 4-minute walk) or Turati on the yellow line (a 7-minute walk)
Trams 2, 4, 12 and 14, stopping at Arena, followed by a 6-minute walk
Bus 43, to the stop Largo Treves, then a 3-minute walk
Bus 57 to the stop Arena, then a 6-minute walk
Bus 94 to the stop via Moscova via Solferino, then a 4-minute walk

By car
The Brera district is a limited traffic area and as such, we wouldn’t recommend visiting by car.

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