There is a common perception of Milano as a city of grey houses with Duomo as the only worthy attraction. Let’s say farewell to ignorance! Take a look at Villa Figini in Quartiere dei Giornalisti, which was projected by an Italian architect Luigi Figini in 1934 in the rationalism style.
Three Cylinder Houses - another authentic residence in San Siro district, made in modern style.
Milano is changing, taking new shapes and concepts, such as the Porta Nuova area and so does its cultural heritage.
Meanwhile, the symbol of dynamically changing city environment is the Torre Diamante, newly-built 140-metre high, the highest iron building in Italy! Its main feature is the roughness of surfaces, which makes it look like an uncut gem. Not to mention more classical examples of architecture - Palazzo dell’Arengario in the centre of Milano, Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio and Santa Maria delle Grazie church. Come to Milano and discover it by yourself!