Ronni Knabl collects historical craft tools from the mountain farmers in Tyrol, Austria. Have a look and visit his small museum high up in the mountains near Innsbruck. And try some of his fruit wines. They are amazing!
„I decided to call it Silos, because this building used to store food, which is, of course, essential for life. For me, just as much as food, clothes are a part of life.“
Giorgio Armani40 years ago Giorgio Armani created a new fashion identity, defying the passing of time with subtle shades, smooth fabrics and deconstructed jackets. A thin line between masculine and feminine, between rigour and indulgence, where the secret of modern seduction is unveiled.At the Armani/Silos the designer shows us a glimpse of his world: The dream of a measured, timeless aesthetic approach which has changed not only our way of dressing, but also and above all our way of thinking.Built in 1950 for storing cereals, this large area of 4500 square meters divided over 4 floors, you can enjoy a selection of clothes from 1980 until today. The selection, which does not follow a chronological order, tells the story and shows the styles divided by themes. Themes which have inspired and continue to inspire the creative work of Giorgio Armani.
On the ground floor are the sections of Stars and Daywear. The first floor is dedicated to Exoticism. On the second floor there is a section called Coloration. The third and last floor is dedicated to Glamour.
The Erotic Museum of Barcelona (MEB) offers a cultural and historical tour about the influence of eroticism in man from the dawn of time. In 13 rooms you find more than 800 pieces included in its permanent collection.
From the universe of Hindu Kama Sutra to the forbidden art of Japan, including the origins of Spanish pornographic cinema, it offers a journey to the world of eroticism and its representation in art. Definitely, for many it is the most exciting Museum in Barcelona, not only because of its wish to transmit erotic knowledge through entertainment and fun.