First and second floor overlooking our wonderful 18th century courtyard through five enchanting windows with square leaded glasses, which reflect the decoration of the courtyard facade.
Size 60 sq. m.
Charming duplex apartment with internal staircase. Elegantly furnished with vintage and contemporary pieces. Fine finishes, oak parquet, lacquered doors, 18th century coffered ceiling in oak wood.
The location inside the building and overlooking the courtyard gives peace, beauty and great privacy to mind and eyes.
The dominant colors are powder blue, red and blue which help create a pleasant contrast and give charm to the apartment.
On the living room wall hangs a magnificent poster by Silvio Coppola on mirrored paper dated 1967 (poster No. 1 in the Traffic folder – work published by Paolo Bellasich and Roberto Bossi).
In the bedroom you can admire a rare example of Multipla model wall lamp, iconic example of design and modernity, designed in 1969 by the architects De Pas-D’Urbino-Lomazzi for Stilnovo; round in shape, in white painted aluminum and chromed tubular structure (see Light – Lamps 1968-1973: new Italian design by Fulvio & Napoleone Ferrari).
Relax and let yourself be embraced by the warm color of the walls and the atmosphere, feel the energy that the house transmits to you, look out over our beautiful courtyard and enjoy the warm light that radiates from the windows in the afternoon.
The drawings that adorn the living room wall are the work of the deaf-mute painter Lorenzo Toma (1798 – 1867) and date back to the time (1818-1823) in which he studied at the Caesarea Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, now the Brera Academy. Exponent of Milanese Neoclassicism, he was a friend of the poet Vincenzo Monti (1754 – 1828) who dedicated a sonnet to him.
Matrigna è ver ti fu natura, o caro Spirto gentil, negando A te l’udire ed il parlar; ma quando Fiso io contemplo il raro Tuo potente intelletto, E l’alto core che ti ferve in petto, Dico: Giusta è natura; e chi ben vede, Più di quel che ti tolse ella ti diede.
Stepmother is true was nature to you, oh dear Gentle spirit, denying To you to hear and speak; but when Stared I contemplate the rare Your mighty intellect, And the high heart that burns in your chest, I say: Right is nature; and who sees well, More than what she took from you she gave you.