Fabulous apartment situated on the last floor of a 7 storey building designed and created at the end of the sixties by the Milan Architect Ignazio Gardella.

The building is located in one of the most prestigious areas in Milan only steps away from the famous fashion district that houses the most important Italian and international designer labels.

The apartment overlooks the gardens of Villa Reale Belgiojoso Bonaparte, which was built in the XIX century by Architect Leopoldo Pollack. The Villa is one of the main neo classic architectural monuments in Milan. The neo classic works of Luigi Acquisti and Antonio Canova are housed in the Villa and the stables are now home to the Contemporary Arts Pavilion (PAC).

The 18th century Public Gardens and the ramparts of Porta Venezia, which were the central points for the redevelopment town planning project led by Architect Giuseppe Piermarini, are also close by.