Seventeenth century home, Milan

Year: 1995
Square meters: 800 on two floors
Design by: Architect Corrado Carollo
Services: engineering, renovation, production, installation

Inside a large seventeenth century house, in Milan’s historic city centre, architect Corrado Carollo renovated the entire lodging, with a modern, pared-back yet airy style incorporating some neoclassical elements.

Zordan tailor-made interiors contributed the furnishings to three rooms, including the living room which has a bookcase with secret passage, comprising modular units from a pear tree with ebony and maple insets. We also replaced the interior doors and the windows of the façade. A bar was designed for the library with staff access via a revolving counter.


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