Designed to accommodate agencies and newspaper headquarters, from which it takes its name, the building at Piazza Cavour 2 continues to play an important role in Milan’s architectural
Upon first sight, one is struck by an immediate sense of orderly magnificence: historic marble Roman signs and pink granite pillars are a pure expression of the clean, majestic design of the early 1940s. The ten floors of the building designed by Giovanni Muzio and decorated by Mario Sironi between 1938 and 1942 have a unique style, suitable for tenants that require a highly unique executive head office.
|Air system||4 tubes|
|Ground floor||715 m2|