Warning: "continue" targeting switch is equivalent to "break". Did you mean to use "continue 2"? in /srv/users/serverpilot/apps/percorsi/public/wp-content/plugins/types/vendor/toolset/types/embedded/includes/wpml.php on line 644

Warning: "continue" targeting switch is equivalent to "break". Did you mean to use "continue 2"? in /srv/users/serverpilot/apps/percorsi/public/wp-content/plugins/types/vendor/toolset/types/embedded/includes/wpml.php on line 661
Around Villa Necchi Campiglio - From House to House

Around Villa Necchi Campiglio

  1. Villa Necchi Campiglio

    Necchi Campiglio
  2. Palazzo Sola Busca

  3. Palazzo Berri Meregalli

  4. Palazzo Fidia

  5. Rocca Saporiti Palace

  6. Palazzo società Buonarroti-Carpaccio-Giotto

  7. The Venezia daytime hotel

  8. Palazzo Luraschi

  9. Casa Torre Rasini


Around Villa Necchi Campiglio

In between the architectural jewels of the XXth century

The term “villa” implies something that is a sine qua non: that the house be surrounded by greenery. This is certainly the case of the house-museum in question, which has a delightful garden, complete with a swimming pool and a tennis court. In this instance, the green space surrounding the house was the result of the conversion, early in the last century, of extensive private grounds into an area zoned for the construction of high-quality residences; indeed, around Villa Necchi there are various important 20th-century buildings. Immediately opposite is Palazzo Sola Busca, famed for its ear-shaped intercom; in the immediate vicinity there is Palazzo Berri Meregalli, one of the masterpieces of Milanese Art Nouveau. Nearby, Palazzo Fidia offers unusual ‘30s solutions. Corso Venezia, very much a touchstone for the whole district, plays host to numerous historic palazzos, starting from the lavish Palazzo Serbelloni, which occupies an enormous corner plot and features a noble Neoclassical facade. You will then see, on the same side of the street, Palazzo Rocca Saporiti and the great arch of Palazzo società Buonarroti-Carpaccio-Giotto. The route comes to an end with the 19th century gateway of Porta Venezia, next to which you can access the evocative Albergo Diurno (Daytime Hotel), which was designed by the same architect as Villa Necchi and has recently been restored and reopened to the public. At the two opposite sides of the square, there are two significant 20th-century buildings the Rasini Tower-House and, at the entrance to Corso Buenos Aires, Palazzo Luraschi.






Case Museo Milano


Storie Milanesi is a website to discover Milan through the lives of 15 of its most esteemed citizens: their house museums, artists studios, architectural firms and designs.STORIEMILANESI.ORG
Segreteria Organizzativa c/o Fondazione Artistica Poldi Pezzoli “Onlus” Ente Capofila Via A. Manzoni, 12 - 20121 Milano - c.f. 80068270158 - p.iva 04265690158

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This