Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio Giorgio Majno

A tale of the first half of the 20th century
There is a jewel that scintillates in the heart of Milano: built between 1932 and 1935 by Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, Villa Necchi Campiglio is a sumptuous residence with ample interiors and stunning living rooms. Thanks also to its perfectly preserved outbuildings, the Villa narrates the history, rituals, worldly pleasures and day-to-day living of Milanese high society in the first half of the 20th century.

The modernity of the new urban architecture
A key building in Portaluppi's work, the residence in Via Mozart embodies the entry of modernity in the traditional architecture of the urban Villa, expressing both the innovations of the 20th century and Portaluppi's extravagant, and highly original creativity. Following changes, designed by architect Tomaso Buzzi in the post-war period, contribute to the richness and welcoming ambience of the interiors.

Two gems set within a jewel
Surrounded by a large garden, including a tennis court and a swimming pool, Villa Necchi Campiglio is a jewel that has remained unchanged over the years, and is embellished by two other precious gems: the extraordinary Claudia Gian Ferrari collection of early 20th-century art, featuring works by Sironi, Martini and de Chirico; and the exceptionally fine collection of Alighiero and Emilietta De' Micheli, which concentrates on 18th-century decorative arts and paintings, including works by Canaletto, Rosalba Carriera and Michele Marieschi.

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