Designed by S.G. Locati from 1895-1896 for Pietro Reininghaus from Graz, a beer brewer and importer, this building is a free ... More
Designed by S.G. Locati from 1895-1896 for Pietro Reininghaus from Graz, a beer brewer and importer, this building is a free interpretation of late 19th century Viennese architecture. The brief provided by the owner included a large public beerhouse on the ground floor, on the façade towards the piazza, with rooms on the mezzanine floor, and a cafe-theatre covered by a large canopy in iron and glass alongside the main building, which is still visible inside the offices of the Banca Popolare di Milano. On the outside, the façade consists of a stone basement mounted by three floors built in brick, and a contracted top floor which was added after the Second World War.
According to this review and description,I went to piazza cantore and I couldn't find such a place.Also,noone haven't heard there before.Tourism info bureau in Duomo (The biggest bureau) doesn't know such a place,either.Please give more detailed description about there.
Cesare Monti, a descendant of the like named cardinal, entrusted Francesco Croce the task of refurbishing the building that he
owned. The design of the façade reflects the trapezoidal shape of the plot. The central volume, surmounted by a ...
Commissioned by E.Castiglioni from Giuseppe Sommaruga, the Palazzo was built between 1900 03 and was soon recognised as one of
the most successful examples of Italian Art Nouveau. Almost totally demolished and rebuilt by a company to organise offices, ...
This was the house where St. Catherine of Siena actually lived. She was born as Catherine Benincasa in the building,
although the space around it was not originally part of the property; that has been acquired with the rise ...