In the Città Studi district, in Milan, there is the TOILETPAPER house: calling it a house is more fitting because it is first of all a meeting place and because it is not the kind of office that we are used to think of when we talk about an office – far from it. In via Balzaretti 4, it stands out immediately for its recently painted facade with a faithful reproduction of one of the magazine’s iconic shots. In the atmosphere of a discreet Milan, TOILETPAPER’s home-office is a triumph of colours and creative inspiration; it is the never-ending dialogue between collaborations and partnerships that intertwine and complement one another, like in a large family that has a single common denominator – a genetic factor of belonging. The interiors are full of mirrors, armchairs, statues, Legos, fetishes, and products. Upon entering you immediately understand that it is a place where ideas flourish, ideas that become things, that recover objects and traditions by reinterpreting them with a new vision. The Londonart wallpapers from the Luxury Shit collection dress the walls, celebrating the collaboration between the two brands between snakes and spaghetti. And this is the result!