Take a piece of South Africa with you

Bifi Italia offers a careful selection of South African-inspired ceramics, fabrics and furnishing accessories personally carried out by the founder of the brand Milva Costantini.


A corner of South Africa in the heart of the “5 Vie” of Milano.

Via Santa Marta 8/B – 20123 Milano

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The precious Ardmore ceramics were born in 1985 from the love of Fée Halsted for the art of ceramics. The artist, originally from Zimbabwe, together with Bonnie Ntshalintshali started the workshop by shaping unique pieces that tell the Zulu tradition.

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Friulanine BIFI Italia

The Friulanine are typical footwear of the Friuli of the 1800s, where for centuries the women of the family have made them using the little they had available. The sole was made from old bicycle tires and the uppers were scraps of fabric. Today BIFI Italia, starting from tradition, re-proposes this historic 100% made in Italy product using quality fabrics, curious color contrasts and precious embroidery, making this comfortable shoe ideal for any occasion.

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Precious and luxurious accessory for the home that through its drawings tells the South African history by taking up the details of ceramics. In particular, the subjects of the more traditional Zulu culture which love to depict the flora and fauna of South African nature recur.

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Ardmore has specialized in furnishing accessories such as sofas and armchairs with the aim of maximizing the final result of the fabric whose charm embodies the vivid colors and rich diversity of the South African soul.

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Home decoration

A rich collection of silk, cotton and velvet whose prints recall the South African environment, in fact, often recurs the figure of the leopard who is the king of animals in the Zulu tradition. Runner and tablecloths are available at the showroom as well as the general collection of fabrics to be ordered by the meter.

“ What you’ve never seen you find where you’ve never been ”

(African proverb)

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