Modern coffee shop, offering artisan coffee and pastries.
Website
orsonerocoffee.it
Address
Orsonero Coffee, 15 Via Giuseppe Broggi, Milan, Italy
Current city: New York
Other cities: LondonMilan
I am a creative director, based between London and NYC where I design homeware and interior spaces. I love to travel - finding (and sharing) the best local restaurants, bars, galleries and shops on my travels brings me joy. Find my design work @clarewalsh and my travel tips (coming soon) @roomservice_world
 

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