Villa Necchi Campiglio

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An architectural gem

Immersed in an ample private garden with a swimming pool and a tennis court and set in the center of Milan, the Necchi Campiglio Villa was completed by the architect Piero Portaluppi in 1935. Commissioning the structure was the Necchi Campiglio family, part of the rich and elegant industrial middle class of Milan in the 1930s. The disposition of the interior spaces corresponds to the traditional layout of noble homes: the daytime areas on the ground floor, the bedrooms on the first floor, the service rooms in the areas under the roof, and the den as well as the changing rooms and the bathrooms for the pool in the basement. The Necchi Campiglio family wanted above all to distance themselves from the traditions of their day, and planned ample areas dedicated to the reception of guests and to the social whirl: the dining room, the smoking room, the library and the grand salon. Right after WWII, areas of the villa underwent changes effected by the architect Tomaso Buzzi, who sweetened the linearity of Portaluppi’s style, and inserted aspects inspired of the 18th century, especially those in the style of Louis the 15th of France.

Via Mozart 14, Milano

MM3 Montenapoleone oR Duomo

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Open from 10am to 6pm

Closed on Monday and Tuesday

Regular Ticket: € 10,00

Reduced Ticket: € 5,00
FAI Members: Free entry
For reservations click here.
Disabled visitors: more info here.

Case Museo Card € 20,00

Admission in all 4 House Museums

ARWORKS

NEWS

The entrance of the Grand Canal in Venice with the Chiesa della Salute

Antonio Canal, also know as Canaletto, 1731-32
Oil on canvas
Gian Ferrari Collection

Orestes and Electra

Giorgio de Chirico, 1923
Egg tempera on cardboard
De’ Michel Collection

Field desk

Giovanni Socchi (Florence) Workshop, first quarter of the 19th century
Mahogany

Radiator cover

Piero Portaluppi, 1935
Brass

Center piece with fish

Alfredo Ravasco, 1930-35
Lapis lazuli, agate and coral

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Who’s coming to our house? (in Italian)

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