Designed by Gaetano Moretti in 1903, this is an interesting example of how the International Style reached Milan in the early years of the 20th century. Built in a sober, simple style, the house consists of a ground floor in rusticated ashlar, and three other floors featuring geometric decorations in stone and graffito-work. There is a clear influence of Otto Wagner's Viennese school.
Festivals & Fairs,
Festivals & Fairs