In Milan: a house with a view



This is a very interesting apartment, not just for its location, in the very centre of Milan, but also for many innovative ideas and the whole layout.

Let’s start with the entry hall which, surprise!… is combined  with the dining area which, great idea!… becomes also a library. Furthermore the table is an office boardroom one… by Tecno, and if you entertain a lot why not go “overboard”. The chairs are the Superleggera designed by legendary Gio Ponti and produced by Cassina.

White walls and charcoal wood floor, custom made cascade lighting and bookshelves make an elegant background for the contemporary furniture.



I love the idea of having two different carpets side by side, in this case the colors play with each other; the zabaglione color of the two sofas is just perfect, not too yellow, not too dark.  Eclectic choices of contemporary furniture and antique wooden madonne used for religious festivities complete the living room.




The view is priceless, so the owners decided to create a heated veranda on the terrace, which is now the focal point of the entire apartment. No fear of colors here, with a deep, vibrant, almost purple undertone blue for the large sofa. Did you spot another church here? What you see is the campanile of San Gottardo in Corte, built in 1336.



An unusual lilac chair by Tecno sits over a luscious mauve rug by ABC Carpet, New York.



A sleek, contemporary kitchen with a magnificent view and the Duomo as the focal point. The cathedral started in the late 1300 and…took nearly six centuries to complete, it is the largest in Italy and one of the largest in the world. It was built in precious marmo di Candoglia transported to the city over the water, when Milan had several navigli or waterways now almost entirely covered. The marble reflects the light changes during the day and becomes magnificent at dawn and at sunset.



To complete the apartment the terrace is linked to the roof garden by a stairway and from here the Torre Velasca, another iconic Milanese building, this time from 1950’s can be seen.

Definitely a house with a view!

Photography by Barbara Corsico

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