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Villa Nechi-Campiglio (Milan, 1932): amazing interplay between modern materials and antique furniture & tapestries. Architects Piero Portaluppi (villa) & Tomasso Buzzi (interior design)

Villa Nechi-Campiglio (Milan, 1932): amazing interplay between modern materials and antique furniture & tapestries. Architects Piero Portaluppi (villa) & Tomasso Buzzi (interior design)

The grand entrance to the Dining Room, Villa Necchi-Campiglio, Piero Portaluppi, 1930, Milan (look at the obvious love of a rationalist architect for symmetry).   The house is a splendid example of rationalist architecture. After Second World War the family called another architect, Tommaso Buzzi, to restore the house and make it more traditional and classic, and more in line with a time of joy after such a big tragedy, this is why we see so different styles.

The grand entrance to the Dining Room, Villa Necchi-Campiglio, Piero Portaluppi, 1930, Milan (look at the obvious love of a rationalist architect for symmetry). The house is a splendid example of rationalist architecture. After Second World War the family called another architect, Tommaso Buzzi, to restore the house and make it more traditional and classic, and more in line with a time of joy after such a big tragedy, this is why we see so different styles.

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