Interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon collaborates for Four Seasons Hotel Milano's suites

Four Seasons Hotel Milano unveiled a new look for its Fashion and Royal Suites as part of its ongoing room refurbishment project. Renovated in collaboration with interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, both suites were designed with the idea of creating luxurious spaces. Located in the hotel's casa ringhiera wing, the suites are arranged around open balconies that overlook a glass-covered atrium.

Positioned as the hotels most prestigious luxury suite, the Royal Suite occupies the entire fifth floor of Four Seasons Hotel Milano. Decorated in light beige, silver and white tones, the suite's apartment-style layout flows fluidly from one room to another. The suite's step-out balcony offers panoramic views across the neoclassical rooftops of Milan and overlooks a private terrace and garden. Accessible by a dedicated lift, the Royal Suite can be connected via a private internal staircase to a Premium Room and an Executive Suite on the floor below to become either a two or three bedroom residence.

Showcasing a contemporary look, the Fashion Suite is on the fourth floor of the hotel. Rochon selected a bright kelly green with black and white accents for the suite's palette. The furniture for the Fashion Suite stay true to the spirit of the 1950s and 1960s with pieces by Saarinen with strong lines and a green color. Providing contrast, an enveloping green armchair and pouf is positioned on a graphic black and white rug, joined by lacquered black furniture and small grey veined marble tulip tables. French doors open up onto a long terrace bordered with hedges and a Knoll table and chairs fitted with cushions upholstered in a chic herringbone fabric.

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