Designed by Giovan Battista Bossi in the early 20th century, in an area that was new at that time, these houses feature a ... More
Galimberti and Guazzoni Houses
Designed by Giovan Battista Bossi in the early 20th century, in an area that was new at that time, these houses feature a rich use of decoration in all their architectural elements, including the iron balusters, the stone corbels and the ledges. The façade of the house at 3, Via Malpighi, is extremely famous with its ceramic decorations created by Brambilla and Pinzauti, that depict female figures amongst plant fronds.
The building was constructed for the International Exposition of 1906 and designed by Architect Sebastiano Locati. In Liberty style, the
Station houses forms and decorations of an aquatic theme in "Maiolica". Damaged in 1943, during the war, the building ...
The building was designed by architect Leopold Pollak the request of Count Barbiano di Belgioioso in 1790. Over the years,
it became the official residence of Napoleon III and of Marshall Radetzky. The main façade, in romantic style, overlooks ...
Originally the seat of the Jesuit College, its construction was initiated in 1571 by Martino Bassi and continued by Francesco
Maria Richini in 1615. Successive extensions of the building maintained the style of Richini's design. The building is centered ...