In a building that is a symbol of Milan, Torre Velasca, designed at the start of the 1950s by the studio BBPR, an acronym based on the surname initials of Banfi, Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Peressutti and Rogers, an architect inserts his dwelling in an architectural context of exceptional quality.
The layout has remained intact, and the restoration has taken the apartment back to its authentic original image.
The colors of the walls and wooden floors are once again those of the initial project. Even the kitchen has been reconstructed with pieces salvaged from empty apartments.
All the details have been carefully restored.
The spaces now contain outstanding design pieces by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, Ico Parisi, Franco Albini, Vittorio Viganò, along with sculptures and paintings by international artists, and furniture and objects designed by the architect himself.
Everything is flooded with light, and the breathtaking view of Milan.