Outside the usual Fuorisalone routes and overlooking the recently built Residenze Carlo Erba, the decorated facade of Toilet Paper’s house is a popular selfie destination for tourists and Milanese alike. Now Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s Wunderhaus is opening its doors to the public. The occasion is the birth of Toiletpaper home, a “brand dedicated to projects for the home”, the latest step in the now well-established collaboration with Seletti, which over the years has given birth to a powerful collection of mirrors (perhaps the most famous), rugs, chairs, lamps, vases, and gadgetry with cases, masks and so on, which, together with much more, can be found in the house, that also represents an opportunity to visit a typical bourgeois building in Città Studi. Obviously, not all of them are furnished like this, and almost none of them actually have chickens in the courtyard. For those who want more, there is a brand-new work by Cattelan at the Piscina Cozzi and an exhibition at Hangar Bicocca, but there are pigeons there (and not very live ones).