Palazzo Fidia

Palazzo Fidia

“Architectural jazz”, “an unbridled racket”, “a slap in the face for the bigots of traditional architecture”: thus was architect Aldo Andreanni’s palazzo greeted when it took its place in the city’s architectural landscape in 1932. Uniform red bricks weave patterns over the jutting, overhanging forms, hollows, cavities and curving walls that animate the façade, along with windows of every shape and form – such as the bulging bow windows – and the stark, white entrance.

Via Luigi Amedeo Melegari, 2, Milano

    This point of interest is in the following itineraries

  • Amid Art Nouveau and Novecento Masterpieces

    The surroundings of Giardini Montanelli

    2


    hrs

    2


    km
  • Around Villa Necchi Campiglio

    In between the architectural jewels of the XXth century

    2


    hrs

    3


    km

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